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VOLUME XX. 



Rif Mifatia farmrr. 



.H T n.l[ 1 fori>=etaMl 



ly dwi 



M t>nn tni is/ Co! t ivatlOD. 

rerj geoe.-jl error prevailing in all the 

inn, ibui bo have virlied. Bod the er- 

■ of tbtl no most attribute lo the mis- 

cdnsc'i'ie'itSy it nill be l:altrtd. 

Ibey can be kept in a dies pliable condition, if 
id right el tho bejlunlng ; nod In or- 
■k right, tbe laud should be plowed 

deepeno" line— the deeper the heller. This should 

to prepared, "Iter trees and Tinea ere 



Tier 



e kinds 



i tome eases to which this rule nill n 
(ply, hot, B! general role, it nill hold good. 
Grcliidi and vineyards thus prepared can 



Jull- 



ingne 



ilore will bo drawn op to the onrfao 
', ep the land, and all that grans on i 

'. -ind p-ovriag condition. The land an 
bleb thii role will not applj, Is land wit 

u oon ''bed-rock"— a light sandy Joa< 






ge circuit among tbe vlneynrde in 
we find a great neglect of cultHra- 
e seems to rely opoo irrigation, 
upon its face a host of evils. The 

cb, sweet finvor, sod the orchards 
,re full of grass and needs. There 
jjlhli, bui they are few. 
record such a fact, bat io it it, 



1 Mountain On Trior 



the ground is . 






fc' Trowing other products in the soil. 
" the trees of the nourishment wblcl 
lo Item, and unless this practice is speedily 

I aod vineyards go to ruin. It is tmposslbl 
' fines toTlo well, or lire long, with 
lllvuion, allbongh [bey ihnll be it 



Fruit plenty in the Mount 
" lit been so plenty In the 



• pound. In „|| oor 
>y frtely among tr 
' PT at present pi 

MP (fall,, nod , hin 



&Wlherjt«inhoa r . n a limb, -.1 the tree 
EMI spun," lotwnd of the ends of th. 



five 


K_Dr 


J. Weston, 


of 


Baraboo 


Ion 


bngg 


may be kept 


oil 


JTPI 


nt- 






BDU the hill 






til 






vines are 






lor 


eo« 


he pulled up. 


be 


kept 


u| 


fpl 


B-app 






ouldb 


e twisted ou 


as 


thtjr 


do 






n fruit by f 


ed 


ng oa 


lu 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORN ING. AUGUST 14. 1863. 



NUMBER 1. 



Lnrgo IRiIla for 6 near-Dane. 
E upon the subject of mills, I nill just en- 
lighten jour cane-growers o little, from the re- 
of "GO years experience in the Island of 

ncingnolquitfl 1,000,300 a rrob as (on arroba 

pounds) annually. Fifty years later there 

1,000 mills, producing 8,000,000 of nrrobns. 

That la to say, each mill produced liztimu at 

those nbo ore posted. Bat, as ail are not fully 
posted, 1 quote gome other statements ol practical 
title upon Ibis point, from a nork onsognr-mnk- 

J worth being reliable), aod which is reliable, 
"lu lbs Island or Trinidad, from a mill, making 

taloed 61 pounds of juice' from 100 pounfs of 
cane. On the noil evening, there wore proouctd 



nunds of ct 
intofciae 
,g 18 feel a 






lu, Is to take tbe results obtained at tno cor- 

ponding periods in two years. Tasks of cons 

tin 1847 and '43,110. Gallons of juice obtained In" 

1847, 52,800 ; 1848, 75,000. Hogsheads of sogar, 

lbs each, in 1B47, J3J ; 1848,41. Hogs- 

nein 1847, 24 ; 1848, lfl. 



iking less than four revolutions a minute. In 
e first instance the surface speed of the rollers 
is 57.SC feel a minute. 
"In Ibo second, tbe surface speed of thd rollers 

irds the speed, and a gain of 00 percent of jaico 

I that recommend a fast motion 



i sugar-mill rollc 



"Again : iho old vertical mills driTen by cattle, 
II possess a considcrahlo advantage of great 



rale. This reduction of 
ir effect, because tbn cane 

duration. The tontinuac 
nsl be mora looked to thai 



f Ibis ' 



La Stellar 



n planter, Don Wencesio de villa 

if seven crops from 1B30 to 1837, 
r Llmonar, in the district of Jla- 
each, 2,000,000 pounds of cane, 



.Innj of juice— ohou 
gere the author goe 
.tie mill Is superior 
. But tbe infcrenci 

Is, tint large rollers oi 
peosiblo requisite) to > 
Beting upon this coi 
small mills altogether, 



I kind. Neither cat 
used heavy mills t. 
r smaller ones, under any ct 

i planters are continually adding 

why the yield steadily incrca! 



H.FJtOM 



TORT HOTAL — HO. 6. 



DITOB Oaiiroitsii Fahuih: 

I And myself in the qnandarj of tbo carelcsi 
:hool boy, who lost his place in reading, aue 

)t the right place 1 Again ond again ho found 
io ulnee, but none of them was the right one. 1 
moot think where I left off in my last enmp ar- 



whether I really did have it or not. If I did sorvo 
it op and eat it in Ibo presence or yonr readers, it 
would be a great pity in do it again, for yon 
wooltl then think it was no wonder that Iho nor 
lasted so long, when officers were having tno 
turkey dinners during a campaign. Well, if tbo 
one I Intended to have bad has been used nt all, 
It must have been roasted, so this shall ho fricas- 
seed, and if the other nas fricasseed, please con- 
sider this one roasted, for I am sure the "Regula- 
tions of the army do not require two dinners lo be 

home, after visiting tbn other cad of the/ Island, 
and being under arrest, no bad a fair appetite for 
sapper. A large Are was hailt, aod a fine sheep, 
purchased during our excursion, was roosted. We 



uvu | but n knife was procured, and the cboic 
eces were soon distributed. We wished for 



after 



s for 



iid al:v, taxing our ingenity in determining which 
-as the toughest, but left it undecided until the 
nil campaign. 



pine 



lugbs s| 



i the night It 



■olonel,nnd with tbe other two, and other "filings," 
get up a kind of thanksgiving, 4th of Jaly nnd 
Ihrislmu altogether. Thus no retired, anticipat- 
ng n glorious and memorable day on the morron ; 

teal the two best from the three, sod wo wore 
bliged to let Christmas nnd tbo lib of Jaly go, 
ml holding on the thanksgiving feast ; baviog lo 
lorrow cooking materials from another regiment, 

latlcnco. At last it came, as dioner boors al- 
rays como, before supper. Our table was not 
aM for dinner, because tbeie was not a table In 
amp; but our boi nos turned bottom upwards; 
re were sitting or kneeling In tbo sand besldo It. 
Che smoking turkey was broogbt. Every one had 

itrvunt began serving It out; when— "tell it not 
o Gntb," or poblisb it aoynlicre out ol the army, 
iomcoue bad taken our turkey nnd left in iu 
ilacc a largo chunk nf very fat pork I Wbew t 
>Vcll, you ought to have heard iliL-i-Jifyinj.' r-p'-i-cli..;- 



Bui we lived and thrived Ibrougb all our disap- 
poiotmeots, trials, an^ tribulations, and are this 
day mcnifjiuflff o/ uha\ nusi «n endure Jtt their 
country. Do you not IhTdk so too 1 

Hon, if such men as we hsvo bera cannot have 
a good dinner occasionally, Ihey will' bo pitlly 




a piece of oil-clolh, will remove 

Tni wheat harvest began in Illinois, prnviot 
tbe middle of July. Tit* crop Is Very heavy 
the quality good. Labor Is very scarce, and w 
men obtaia S3 aod S3 per day. 

Tux largest raft ul tarti lumber ever rui 
the Penobscot rh>r receulli arrived at Ban 
Maine;; it contained 1211,86? foot. 



erly and heartlessly for 



i, I-., 



ry fail!,- 



s greatly grii 



fully for awhile, t 

after all her matci 

would not by any coaiing, go to roost with her. 

She won fell into a decline, nnd went the way of 

all bens, though same one mnlicioosly bibted.thnt 

a fen of the boys bad a quint thanksgiving dioner 

i 



for it by a 



about that lime, bull cannot vi 

amply repaid as far onr loag nod tender coro 
Ihem, hy their cunning llltle ways, and tho tr 
Onion spirit they manifested. Tbey wore Inug 
local, sleep, and play, together} if need be 
fight together. Sometimes they would get into 
kind of family qaarrel, and then, woe to the mi 
that Interfered with them 






nongh te 
Tbep 



ddlo with tb 
ould aim for 



lolled streDgth, u 



keep all ia a healthy condition, and bo ourmen 
I day caught t 

AN ALHOil'OB, J 

aanring nearly nine feet in lenglh-a real 
non pure. Oar Regiment, with tbe exception 
one company, is nearly all from Son Tark City 
1 BroDklyD, nnd most of Ibem hnvo run "trif 



camp, after nood in 
"the varmint," Bad oi 
mint or fan in store f 

Obey mo every mat 
TUcy bad an old cart 
found on somo of I 
drew with ropes, tho i 
gines. Theycbnrge. 



d Ihey hnd tho oqly engine that could avail i 



after no bad secured numeroas juvenile alligator 
that made things look lively for awhile. But ou 
alligators, pigs, and puppies, failed after a tthil 
to amuse tbo masses; and so they got up tho 

which for a limn afforded much amusement. Thl 
was done by taking the common army blnnko 
say nbont 12 feel long, nhlle double, and live feet 
wide. About eight tno'u nOuldtgra; 
'■tua gi 



dthen 



n the i 



pon his back. They 
ai'fc and farward for 



: don 



gradually 
feet from tho ground, and sning hit 
ward for a moment, and then toss hii 
torao six or eight feet into the air, In 'Ibo roi 
Sencho Pauxa fashion, and culch him when b 
iBmc donn. Occasionally they would silly, hu 
aetidtnltg let a green one fall upon the snud. On 
that I saw thus full, neot off limping, jnying " 
ft had not been all lu run, ho should think him 
ieir pretty badly hart. But what Is the use 1 

ButoWiIbavon good rldo though. Gruclou: 



raping, pitching quoi 



em nhlle the distribution 
time or general fijn anil n 
ely— eoc 



a letter, hoping yet fearioV At lust the .organ is 
are called and th, le tiers aVd ell vered. Sergaoi 
of Company A, takes the Company's letters and 



Ibe members of thnt company rush. B, C, and D 

are called in order, until all are gone. Hardly from 



ms letters, before a strong current of humanity 
igaia Sows to and am and his tent. "Chaplain, 

etler for two or three months." Another comes 

loss Ibis mean? Whoro is my paper? It says 
lere," finding Ibe place and rending, " 'I send yoa 
l paper with this letter.' How where is it ? I 

ire keeping it to read themselves." Another 
tomes in quite in a Barry, "Chaplain, Jim's wo- 
nan writei htm that Maggie was going lo write la 
ao by the mail, and I want you tn look for the 
oiler at tbe office. They koop hack a power of 
etters there. They ongbt to bo put out of office, 
tad honest men put there." To oil of these com- 



n. 






By ibi 



lo other regiments. Then tbo Chaplain can lo-tt 
up ths eadgil anil htlatf the post office clerks for 
being so careless. This greatly mollifies them, 

Chaplain gnv 'em fits though 1" The Chaplain in 
the meantime may have bard work to keep from 
laughing outright. They thus go off in great 
good feeling, thinking ho Is on Ibelr sido, "agin 
the post offices." But at lost all nro aff, Bad tbo 
Chaplain can read his letters in pence, and at iho 

later from New York, he can retire to sleep with 

the careless clerks for pntling sttoog letters la 
our moil bag, and many of uurs Into others. 

Well, it is after tups, and I will no lo my bed, 
and try to dream how jour paper looks — foil of 
good things sparkling with wit, scattering koonl- 

beauliry, and enrich all upon which thoy fall. It 
looks ns usual I suppose, for ibo lust number I 
have seen was printed in October last, so yoa see, 
I am not posted in California mutters. But never 
completed, then 



bull .. 



,ulj Bui 



{/^ CIRCULAR 



Ids fail 



if the 



1 feol 



that there is something nanling— a demand to be 

suit, both at bomo and atroad, that character of 
reality, of permanence nnd stability, which ils 
real merits duservo, Tbo State Board of Agricul- 
ture, desiring to supply in pari this desideratum, 
are making an effort lo collect together Specimens 
from nil pnrts of the Const, and hulid up at their 
rooms, a Caiinrf o/.I/mrroij, worthy of the richest 
Mineral District ou Iho Globe, and which shall 



:olbai 



.-bleb. . 



• I an<l li 



legible. 



nt, nnd a real sample oi our uu equaled 
tlth, and of the rare oppurtuoltiea of 
nnd profitable investment and certain 



.n undertoklog 

interested, and 
will ebearfiiily 






lual resident on this Con 
o, with a contideuco tbat 

IM to tho aoccess of tbo enterprise by for- 
ling lo tho undorsigood, In time for the en- 
,-atnte Fair, September 25th, such specimens t 
your mines, or from any mines in your local- . 
is will best illustrate tho character of such . 



Please forward with snch specimens a statement 
of tho loeSlion, extent, probable or positive yield, . 
nnd any nlher Important facta connected there- - 
wilb— also the name nf the Indivldunl or com-v 
pany owning tho same, and whether donated to- 
the Society, orenntrlhuled for esblbltinn at the • 
FBirnnly. When received Ihey •butt bo nenlly 
labeled with tho uirae of the Individual or com- 
pany donating or contributing the same, nod olber- 
fucts forwarded, and carefully preserved lor tbo. 
eiamlnmlon of the curious, Iho scientific, or 



ecnlatlve 
All ipeol 



a may bn forn 






[Wo arc pleased to publish tbo above, and hope 
It w(H receive a prnper response. TVe would also 
id to publish all other doings of this or other 
Societies, could we bo furnished with (bo same 



THE OiLIFOBNIA FARMEE.. 



]. B>H»li(rp$_ry— Broeellns In.- 



wi II produce degcne 



nature 


■fit 


tenwrir 


»f a 


^ror J>„ 


1 


(ft™ 


gailht, 


ch atAer, and u 


Jkthl 


boriymnl 


ifiiom.' 


bo rap] 


IT it 


ihtrbieb 


ourov, 


ocounlr 


b 


a pro 


ressed i 


lbs 


Scale of. 


a at! oo 


may r 




nably 






o (ho mlnglli 


j or rnc 




while 


lion, Ja 


pan, 


ad other 


countr 


ci, Ibm 


hn 


tb for 




re/us 


iS to com 










•e strong pro 


ft of Ibo 


degen 


racy thai 


D 


lural 


follow 




a policy 


Id lb 


o animal 


ki 


gdom 



the result of "crossing." 

The thorough -breed horse, tbe great breeds o 
cattle, sbctp, nnd other animals, art so coucluslvi 
proofs of tbis priociple, that not a irord of com. 
menl ia.necessnry. Tbo asms principle applies tc 
the vegetable kingdom, where all Ibe great im- 
proremcoLsin variety arc the result of iho ming- 
ling of different elements, wbilo lbs planting of 
tbe iced la lbs ground from irhlch it ii nisi " 
believed ta be lbs principal came or tbe m 
ous ovils tbat beset tbo coltiralion of tbo 



en referred to, attained tholr success mainly io 
eroiclog lbs breeds. After having; prodoeed « 
distinct breed, through the process of crossing, 
they do doubt bred "in-and-in" to a ooaslderable 
eiteet to preserve it, but without an occasional 
intermiilnre of now blood, wo think the teodency 
would be decidedly Id the direction of degeoerncy, 
and in this "pinion we are confirmed by Mr. Ran- 
dall bimisir, wbo says, "there comes a tiros guu- 
crelly, when close In-and-in breeding between the 
artificial species which hare beon partly moulded 
loss of vigor and degeneracy, 



not necessary to keep con- 
i, but a frequent change of 
I, and obtaining them from 



I this fatal c 



The i 



K Tenth 



VET8HIHAHY, 
Toe thine in Hemes. 






unnj ; 



uric colts luffei 



Ir teotb as in the 



Tbe gren 



generally, nod of tl 
icllilles are greats 
odd, i 



7 cine; 



"smut/ 


and "cockle," in when 






will bo recollected tba 




Ohio wa 


s destroyed for several 




bytb. 


weevil." This result! 


believed tn hire 


beenca 


sed by sowing wheat c 


n the same groan d 




chit was railed, as 




that [hi 






time ref 


rred to. Finding the 


crops deitroy sd 






loo tbat the Hartl- 




icty of wheal which t 


ey bad been rnis- 



lad been but 
berefnrs not 



■y tbe experiment of nddiog sheep 
husbandry to their other agricultural pursuits. It 
not cipected that they will enter largely into 
s hnslneis nt Brat In all new enterprises it Is 
:11 to feel the way, nnd we recommend that those 
io enter into tbe business should, by nil means, 
opt the policy of avoiding "in-and-in" breeding, 
i tendency It unquestionably to produce drgen- 
icy, nod by many Judicious observers is believed 
'bo the cause of "rot," and many olhsr diseases 



to w 









|/Shaep Woe-bine; 
"Iowa Wool-grower" writes la tbe Pi 

sec tbat tbo subject -of washiag sheep bi 



much pain in culling I 
children ; and the pain does pot always at 
lotne persons suppose, from Irritation of 
cuous membrane of Ifau mootb, occasioned by 
point of tbo tootb, but frequently from prcs 
a on, nnd irritation of, the dental nsrre. Tb' 
irdy (initead of tormmtinj! the crmlurs trifio rid 
iron, /or the purpoxt of "burnmy out the tatrtpttr,' 
one per,om profett to do) is a common thorn) 
eel. Make on incision ibrougb the gum, oi 
n no as membrane of the mouth, in tbe region 
of the tusks or incisors, wherever tho difficulty 
bo, and relief is almost Immediate. Tbii 
) remedy to relievo local distention of 
ons membrane of the month, If it exist, < 
I same time prevents tho fang of tbe tc 



dins Teeth.— Offlog to 
io bones' teeth,, ihiy 



from irritating ti 
Sharp and Pri 

sharp on the out 
irritate, and per 
brnuo of tbo clic 
generally find tb 



■ilii. Jy is a tootb rasp- By mer 
isnt, tho sharp or projeclini 
nnotbed.- 
Inftamtd ana" Tender ifoulh.— Ii 



Uion of bydrooblon 
or inflamed. A t 



California Tobacco. 

enl.of Jnly36lh,«nys: 



VALUABLE RECEIPTS'. 
Soo*..wi.tsr.— This Is a nnmo glren to water 
charged with carbonic acid gas— tbe soda baring 
formerly been used In wator to eoablo It to ab- 
sorb t. greater quantity of this gas at ordloiry 



But by mean 
charged will 

pngue wins, 
property. Ii 
pburlc acid i 
nto of lime; 
llmo of Ihs o 



s of tbe V'li-n add Feat 



send In California, or Maryland. Micbiaoo 
York, eJ:ooe*ot*,or any otber distant 'col 
aery year far their „ c d uXnt, IbeyswiU, | our 
jodgroeot, hnd themselves relieved front* weevil," 



The remedy proposed ft 



.•opby with which the Fre 



a stinted growth and degene 
■Je nod animal Ufa. A few ill 



imcdy proposed 

ia Ingenuity ol 
lisiog breeds, 



a Pippin," tbe wil 
' and others, and 



peach with the "cliu 



b the Alderncye, Ibi 
wd Oibers-ibo sheep 
icn with lho-"Sootb- 



■■!■,;, ti-„ 



:"i;rlin^,"tbc"Herods," 
"lbB"L*iinglons,"ll 



the htallay a, 



"Flora. Temples," and "Idlewilds." 

rnxngliy of difcm limmu ,«„, p, 

ble and animal kingdoms, and tbi, principle 
not be too strongly adhered to by wool-grc w, 
disease 1. sure to accompany degeoeracv, an 
goneracy, it Is believed Is lure iu f ii i 

'2'^ul^.:\:rzr'^•' '- "'"■■'» 

sentiment, we are treading upon disputable 



trs." Such testlmon 
entitled to great re, 
no cannot believe bo 



o tbe weight? The i 



luctcd oi 



-Ibiri 



This year ha I 



H'.lilltr, 



B prac- 



welgbt. I think wo had bstterke 
of washing cheep than to dcdacl i 

weight. I thick if all would abandon tho prac 
dr washing, tho ditTereoco In weight would 
ilate Itself. -Aajoog ns tho m»jority washes, 



couple of at. 



4*<-.v , 



J nbicb giTos t 



1B1 |fSS. . 

-Put^ojfera 



Hog a small quantity of 1 

io sirup. 

n Powders. — These nre mnd 



\f A Lnrgo Strowbniry. 
:. Orango Judd, of the AgricuItDrlsi, recflniT 



erylhlng previously bro 

them pnt on tha scales 
oirdupois. Tbeyaroof 




SEED WAEEHOUSE. 

fESTABLISHED IS" I860.) 

S. W. MOORE, 

IMPORTER 



■WHOLESALE 



LEIt in 



AND RETAIL DEA 

FLOWER, FRUIT, 



Wr.oki or Hnmani 



CARDEN, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. JOS CALIFORNIA STREET, 

OW Bomber 110, 

Between Sansome and (lfnntar>n,orr rtresls 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



InCiUfnrnlaarenmruIlT 
•orlet or fear, nctll more 
IIEe kijQwIedEe shall bo gi 



a. 



cbes thick, t 
2, and un wl 
ow. Tbeyl 



iy, In a sandy ddpo^itinn 1 
left bythsfluuds nf 1SC1 
were told nothing wouli 




aborlo tho collurs of these pin 
J out, killing worms, and cultin] 
he whole field is new in splendi 
s of all tbe different varieties n 
Iy well; tboy slnnd from ti 
. half feel high, hare broad, i 
nensarc from two to four feet ID 
erlously aDeeled with worms, 
n season for curing while good 
n. Old tobacco-growers soy thi 
e belter. Us uniform thrift anc 



ield will booi 
ru District Fni 
of iho lobnci 



nd flavor of good tr 
r Cuok & Slmonds, 



iooo Svoocsnos , 
'— Ur. Ureed, late 



Ibi.nj.n.K 1 
n,l.':lV,.,V',n: 



PACHECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop, 

"~""V 1b ™r-,i!^'', ,: !'' : " 1S ''- li " fi,! ' h: TO CaLL 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- 



aidhansedi 
'takes, for 



ratlno of Iron 1, prcerlbed 
•hen the blood Is poor ,„ 
* bc * r «'ly ^proved by. 



MILL. 

"•'■<■ in Li 



A NEW CANC PLOW. 



ETERY KIHD OF CABTTNQS, 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

TBBDS & CO., 

611 and B13 Flint .Ireet. 



HAS POR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Cluver; Hungarian Onus- 
KenluckjBlne.gm*.; Orch.lnl G rn „'- 
Red-top Grass ; Soint'.iin Grass' 

English Rye-grass, Timothy Grais ■ ' 

Eed Clover; White Dutch CIovh- 

Crimson Clover, Lucerne, Ac. Ac. Ac ' 

Wlik ninny entire n -~r «. , ^ 

S«J> n„.l j.,.,,,,,,',', r^W'i, .Vmit, "" 

EVEHY VABIET-T OF 
BEET, CABBAGE. CARROT, RADISH, TORSIP 

ci'iTMN-n, MKi.uN.-, unnv! ,^ it ,s< ' 

TOMATO. EAltLV ASL> I.ATE PEii"' 
BEANS, it., 4c, Ac. 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRQIMA, CONNECTICUT SEED- 
LEAP, AND HARYLASD TOBACCO SEED. 

COTTON SEED. 

Qnano &om Johnston's Island. 
FLOWER SKRDS (300 rarlelles). 

BUL.BS: 

inm^l'll., J^^, HVACIMTHi, 

and Io endless tariolr, imporled direct fmra P...,. 



afaglo'an I, Ml' 1 hV V " r " r tI " ; "* L . v ",: , " il '" ,f ' ?'■'■■■ '■' 
his ability to « Jsr™o?j l jlali™!'"" 1 ' '" U """ ' 

Native Catifurnia EMgreen St 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

■ BXTES5IVB 

Large Stock of E^ry Variety of Seed, 

JfERCSAAT3 IN THE TRAD!;, FARMERS, 
AND LARGE BANCS OWKBRS, ■ 



icommend that Dnn 



n filtHAT i:l-K < 






, editor of Ci||f;, rn i a p, r , 



lalogue 



S. "VV. MOORE, 

SEED WAREflOUSB, 

408 (old n 0p iioj California etrcuti 



THE "GOLDEN ^HARF," 



o?:ia:Ei 

two ar lew did 

jnit reeeKcd, u <rt 



'X»E3 ATJBBi" 

IBW Mto IMi'ltOVKD oTDVEA 



The BAT STATE ana oth.nr StoW, 

With a l.reo ■jwrtm.nt of 

lain and Fancy TIN-WARE. Enameled an 

IRON-YVAH!-:. ,;. i [■!■■)-: ii.MlLLd, 

' "VD-inuxa, 



Foi 



BAKB-OVBNa 

Ac. Ac. 

'1° ' B. O. AUSTIN. 



K|. 

! 

, tb, 

f 



^ia iTMb 



THE O -A- LIFQ R^IA IF ABMEB. 



Calif 



ten mDiAjiOLo&y op California. 



. •n.u.ojwl,-;-* ■:!.-,; ^r.a^lramF.mwoIAOf;. I, 63. 
^^SITI.— VI.— SirSCEFXAN'EODS ADDENDA. 

The IndlaBi of Sic Bo!D=Yontnn Minion in Santa 
Barbari Coanty, Ed April, 1881.— Continued. 
^■tal FtrH CallU and RanA-iteek in California. 

J* June 117". Cni'i. Bin.ru .If Xoncnda, by order 
^RGoreroor Portnla, urongbt up by lud from 
JPfreHQ Tin Sin Fernando Vjllaeaul Minion, tiro 

fcondrcd brt.-liiic coitj (300 reiea v»iuo»s>— the/ 
Kin Itf^for iiwuilo in charge of Sou Diego Mit- 
Rg. In lb. year I KM, at the titoeor P. Surra's 

Into Upper Cjliloruin, these bed increased 10 5331 
HEd*, These bad grown op ftom olgbtetn com 
l\fife.n bj order of tbc King to each of tbe nine 
Wfalons established from San Diego to San Fran- 

ffico up lo HB4. Tbeso wtre Ibe progenitors of 
i California op to Jnly 1846. In 



(set, 

goats, 



e.(p«loicf 



i«),b 






ers would tbeo fast fire or ill days, In the mean 
tlmo using a strong dteocllnn of tbp Yerba da Vi 
boro or mttltsnaltfl antidote, and bnthltig ihel 
bndiei with lb. dtcoeiloo. alio ; It is .aid they 
chewed ttie barb, also, as tbe California laqueroi 

tnoalc u they practiced. Finally, they wouli 

thcmielrestobe bitten with impunity. Tho rat 
llcinnke is mi object of great ndmiration iii»ni 
all tbe Indian tribes of California, and Its habit 
an well known Id them. A friend assures m< 
Ibal when bo was a boy, a Santa Inei India, 
called him to see a queer fight between a rattle- 
make and a bnrncd frog, in which tbo snake wai 
the tlctnr and iwatlowcd his enemy entire. Hii 
triumph was but sbort-lited, however, as lb. live 



of tbo i 



S-Jitettci or yoong 
on all (he roadi 
1 Hay, when they 



coast -front tbe Bay o 
a Pedro. Vrbl'dittanc 



I Jingo of tbe TJ. S.Wait Bui 



rafter the naaner vf t> 



Tbe Indians oT 
Henolyncd inlel 
lion irlth ili-m lo 

probably in mini 
ormaiie or corn 
highly InKresting 
Sib. only ones 
ondo country) n 



i irlioro bo sent letters by n 
esc tbc stitb notice bo ha 
i left Capo Sau Loess. 



days. He says tbe In- 

icb tbey called Cat— 

They alsn had plenty 



Ufornia (eicept in tbo Col- 
isd any knowledge of the 
bey also nsed tbe Maguey 
Again, called in California 
Bayonet, aod which thoogh 



Oentnry riant in boa 


ay. This 


Native llagney is 


•tl«ti;c«'iin(?LTiilja 


dant-in tbc 


mountains aronnd 


Blllcoy. It is oik 


1 by the 


alive Californlans 


gbfe, doc biles; [nd 


an term; s 


ter roasting, II is 








t It leeios bnrdly p 




I Cabrlllo would 


anks«B untruthful 


tntement o 


tbli fact, or that 


it could be mlewke 


n as to tb 


r (cases graodes) 


Dun. Tbe fret 


a stated in 


tbo ontbor's notes 


otjjbeVojageof Uis 


oieryofCs 


brilln published in 


lb. B. F. Herald in 


853 ; up to 


tbia time(iaai), 



too.ty or at 




Angela. 


couoty, at least abact 










Mi 


ta Birb 


ra conn and Islands 


■Ire either tb 


P 


ogcoitor 


of the Uobaro, Colo- 








1 were Intruding tribes 


inio Oaliforol 




igranu 


ram tbe Gilo and So- 






itlaws i 












publics of the 




t central table -landi eastwards. 


It sterna to 


n« 


tbe gee. 








ol dilTur 




■ius— tbe t:i 


the 


«>'■- 


le mctales — the stone 


raorteri— j|l 




Isomely 




aeeordiog to 


US 


arlfilic 


dea— together wllb tbe 






videotly 




of theCo3.i r 


»p 


of 1.01 


\ngeles aod Seme, Bar- 








to a rormcr connection 


Willi Iba Hex 








pMieeoteil m 


ih 




aid of the Groat Basin 


and pliiloi,,;. 


Cal 




al investigation, wil 










(»,.!, to ,-,, 


its 


hti ob>t 


ure subject. There re- 



of tbe viclor, aod rnn oD", tearing tbo foe dyit 

Bufiiloi ia California. 
It Is highly probable, tho Indian onwi menllooi 
by Cabrillo In 164 J, were tbe same as the banai 
or Cibola of New Mexico, wbicb tbe Spaniards of 
thai period celled cows. Dooblless at thai time 
tbeir range encoded lo California. A Sew Jleii- 
canof Abiqui now lirlng in Santa Barbara, in- 

traders lo Los Angeles, who enme by the Vegos 
de Sanla Clara road, aod wbo were commaoded 
by Salaiar, that tbe parly (1810 to 1821) killed 

Bernardino couoty. I see no good reason to doubt 
this statement, aa It confirms the traditions of ser- 
oral of tbe Indian tribes of tbe Stats. 
Tit Coilci Indians. 
A correspondent of tbo Los Aogelos Sine nf 18 
May, ISei.soys this is a new tribe of Indians whn 
live about 160 miles cost of the Vegas of Santa 
Clara. Tbe Gambosino or mineral eiplnrers say 
their country is plentiful in gold aod silver, and 

The Irii of Ihe Indian fyc. 
The chocolate or reddish brown color of tbo 
iris of tbe eyo in tb. California Indians, as ob- 
Wytny. 



all par. 



J, follow 



THRASHING MACHINES! 

IBS UNDER3I0NED ARE IN RECEIPT DIRECT 

from the Manofactnrore of aiuporlor lot or 

QBMDTHE 

PITT'S, and C HI. ROSSEIX & Co'b 

CEI^EBEATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AST) GEARED. 



4, 6, lO, ana 13-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 



DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 



8»i.u It, 



Fresh Cotton - Seed. 

1 fli"Vl P'HiSHS FliOII ^KA.ISLASD 00V. 
J..WVJL/ ,„,.„, „t i.-otrvN-.-JKED. 'i:„||-|'i 
BRAND," «arranl J, Thij Is Ibe b»« branrl kaoDn. 
ThL. ^.-.l r-C Seed Iiili Ikoh »!e;l<'ll.r Jull'i T 
/."IIV. .- .-:i rl~, :,,„.-..„,,.,,:,„, ,,1,1, 1 It B «,:] Cotton 

k :i]'. .inl [Iii'f.-.-i itliilM, and Lcoimo f.pnilh.j Biti 
Ji, -'i,'-'',!,...,^,', .^'.'''■■■'''■''."'.(■'r'l .' , |-'' : ".-."''-.-' ,! "" 
The .-ft. I «^.<-.™fjll, ,,-lrJ h,C \ V.i-,. e« 

1 ir 1 'Jf° w ' 1 ln "" A "' '*' ,1 "'" ' ' '"" '" 

X. B-TbaColf,o I,™ .f", Itii .--».! -a* t.keo, 

-•ilil ir, :;,■;.■ V., it .,: A : , ; ■ l.,ii. / , .. ■! f„. 

pertor quality. 

COTTON-GINS. 

wards, according lo ilia and powgr. 

'I'll* Doubio-cyilDdci; Saw-GlnH, 

fli-l' ll.,' : ,."l'!,„, ,,,'m'v! '..'i-.'i'a t'-,'. a 'r., ■.-■"'., ?, l i- : ,^ L ' 
In.l, ,l,l. : , c ii,. n , ttn j nith adujlnbl. iwrlu -.l..ji, il, u > 
T.lu--.,., ,_■,„ r,-,.]|n £ ,,.„, i„ on r .half ,h ,. ..( ,1, ■ ... I 

i' fr-'i r,..,, (,,, „.!,.,., | ,.„l'i.,' 1 .:'.-l,.;Vln,-'ih"M»* 
=nlne. .bleb taku oImo In tho .Ineln com of l»l. 

EXCELSIOR COTTON-GINS, 

An loeeuioaj Imnroiemsnl ^n ib< Ei-t InlUn Ohnrka 

l ' l: ";" ■ •'■' '-" 1- ".-■'■ I'l" O.'LmD. U...-I f.r.:i„. 
'' 1 ".'" ■ 'i-.-r, .,:,..„. S,„-|.|„„,l I/.., ,.. n Tl„.,. ill,,., 

-;■■. }■ ■',.■ "I- ■..■:'.. i .,. 

than th. Sa-.Olo,' loli o^l'nal l,aVtb?' *"'" C °"" 1 

Cntton and olhar PRESSES, 

MACIIlNT.uv, i;i*a'iijVi;VaNI> HARSE33, 
Of •nrydsumiuito,,, „ n u b»l at M.nu,....u r ; ; ,,- 

»W | Olden, rhcuU [baforrUhnl immediate] ytoitenrg 
them In mm hr inli cop App i T , _ 

ZOliw dl CO., Oa.einncal llouio; 
Or at tbe Farmer Office. m' q 



TO THEFARMDfGIMTERESTI 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 

Wholesale and Betail Dealers in. 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

—AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING. AND 

AGRICULTURAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 




Qrain and Flour-Sacfct, Biline-Rope, 
Powder, Oaknm, 

Shot, Tar, 

Pn», Pilch, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

Marline, Bloeke, Oar it, 



Too onflerilgnod wooEil n 



Attention ^Hay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

U3T RKCEIVBD. EX REOEHT ARRIVALS, 

SOO Coils flnpa rier Eastern Balo-Bope, 



JACOB ZECH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Ddanufactoir, 

416 MARKET STREET, 



T HEREBY 


GIVE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 






























JACOB ZECH. 



RASCHE &. SONS, 

»ry atrcet, between Bu.1 

iDBALBHS IN" 

PI ANOPO BTE S, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, &o„ 

for Iba Co lob mod Maaofnclarer!, AH. Oalo 
■ York; ' " 

for SAlEandt, 



b«|irlaoi( t M[.ul,ll,b,r T |nth>,E:u ! l. Tb-( have a 

full sui>j.|y l'-r li.f i...ll-,™in 1 ;,-..( I ,l.i.,. 1 tL,ma: Vinlln and 
I-iaiio, FHilo ami Pionu. Vn.lin » n d Ouitor, Flats and 
Ooltar, I-koa and dollar, Braa. Band small aod large, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

Marie ciiplod nnd annnitoil f urn ll lr,triliijcn(.i New 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY &. CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

Tho labjsrlber, lata a uembgr of tbls wall-kaewo Firm, 

Wholaiale and Eetall Depot 
At 72G Broadway, New York City, 

[T ta hsai from bis ftiendi, ™n\ T toi*tnni/lKa'}$tl 
nt WS.S """"J™ 4 " ' anlA li " a " LBe " [ f '«"■- 
'""^rd^'io'^" S " , ° d * Ior »'»''i''°«"?« o tan 1 »Jd 

SIBERIA OTT, 

7M Broadway, y w York Cilj. 
ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 



Bootman'i Pinnoforto Tuning Scales. 

— SOMETHIHO NEW- 
; o d°for%e«rl"we^"oli n r,^A"rOrde P r. h rii™iS*b.' 



™W:i?.fsi D r^oiir. 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IJIPROYED OVERSTRDHG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 



A1W,-\EW t OCTAVB PIANOS 

fdlfl-Bmil maiais, (br ilM; de.wllh urrnd Itji. ISW. 

■.-.■■■ „..i;jl'l. f-..il-V.H I'l-.:,-- ■...! M.!. !.■», „J i.:\ 
l'i,|», f/l, »7i, )IIS), (110, tli^JIM. .od flOT, • 



BcEar,\t. Lodca, Scmlcartr*. iirhl Tooa^m, 

HOHACK WATERS, Ae 1 !. 

THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

i' iV.t c „ T ,i.._, i.,[,. 3 |. A nrrr p^lcrln- llwii for SchtHls led 

'■U^loT.m'tdo'f.^-'-Iii.VliiuL'^^.^ll.TbVl^ncoi,- 
■■*lwi r il<«V on the .unn, ililr," -Tb-: tii||e_ j,^." .„,] "LiL. 

i-i'i-r'ii.": i-.vii.in'oi.i-. J.-*, jNTif'! 1 '.-i :,';i 'i ' T.,..',,' ;.' :: : 

■. i jtU, fftBaoM Si5 1*11110. iScnptat turnkliodiLiho 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. I, 

Ansei'^^eV" U ° : lotb"o\liht," l '"^«l n r''l't i riV«^," 
r^per'lax P " ' "a , ««i»*«d(Ut,aOe«ui 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



at c !.■■ reuo) price 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 

...Ml:-.,, „:,',! ,,,'Jk™' icnfmri ll'.l' ',■'). Vr' i^V.'l'l .' j,"',l 



THE HARP OP FREEDOM 



RUTH:: A SACRED CANTATA 

■l?"150(u™. Wore, bj Hot. BIAncj D,er, inuilc bj 



THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK " 
THE ATHENJEUJI COLLECTION 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Comer of Market, Battery, and Bush streets 

3AIf FRANCISCO. 




THI3 HOTBL HAS BEEN ALTERED AND IM- 
nmtad, aod will boraaftor bo nndoced on tho EURO- 
PEAN PLAN. Boarderawlll baforaisbtd raaals at all' 



■'Tie. 



satisfy 



be mon fastldlam. Tbo Tobies will bo (applied with 
■orj lijiurr of tbo ssasans. Tbls Sopartmont will bo 
iDUrelT disliact Troin Iba Hotel, thoo E h oponlnr frem II. 
ELEOANT SUITS OF R001IS FOB FAMILIES, 

As wall aa Slnglo Booms Tor Transient Patrons. 
Tho laoalloo of this Hotel Is ODiaipu?od, oierlooltlnj 
be Bar, *i " 



COLDEN EAC LE 

Corner Serendi and K Htreets, 

SACRAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AB 
a "Heme for Famlllaf/- and for (he Traioler. 

The Proprietor hu sparad neither eipeoie or care to 
make his II- ',1 one thai shall atwaTt bo acceptable and 
pieman! lo all that maj fator him with a calL 

With ample accommodations bj meaoe of spaeloat 
Snilesof Koonu for Families, and bs raoont anlarced 
:hat Tisilore will always 






VOCAL MUSIC, 
With Piano Accompaniment, 






Water** Cheap Mnaio for the Million, 







■ ill a 



paid to 



s, I.-- well Tentllated 
is, clean Beds and Bedding, and Uriel attention 
> wants of Boarders; while tbo TABLES will be 
dad with the Tory boillbo tea»n affords, 
■ niAOas, lo and from tbo Hotel lo the Railroad 
and Steamers, at ell limes. Free of Charge to the 
ins of the Hoiol. Hotol open all night. 

CooocKted with tbe Holol li a Firo-proof STABLE 
ml* fur the oare of Hones and Carriages of the 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lale Woodford'a Hotel— 

PACHECO. 

jjtk THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING TAKEN 
Hi tol, would respectfully infcrai tbe trailing 



entlybe 



satUfactory mano 



The hetu 



the whole etlabllshment lhonjij e hly raSUCd. 

rendering it well adapted ln etery respect In the re- 

qulrmenls of a well condocted coonlry holol No nalns 

will be spared to contribute to Iba comfort of oar guasbi. 

A LlTBry Slablo 

tfwila this Hotel. Horses and carriages 



fa rail bed at 



A Daily Line of Stages 

esohceo with Martinet, San Pablo, Oakland, 
), Clayton, and the Coal Mines, 
o, Jnno 20, 1663. 

J. D. SHIRTS & CO. 



Important to tho Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN^ HOTEL, 

BENIOIA, OAL., 

Thomas Bromley, Proprietor. 



I noil L.j.l:;!..,; I J 






j H ablUbed by UOfUOB W»TEHS, 



A3IEJRICAIV HOTEL, 

TOM ALE S . 

j. TEir.SUIlSCRIIIKIl DKl-,a l.EAVETO INFORM 



SAWYER & CLARK^, 

IMPORTKIU MO DEALERS IN 

Pnre Hew York, Bo»ton, and New Jeiaej 

C IDEE, 
Cider Vinegar. 

rado may raty npon n pure article, of a Tory 
■uperior qaallly. For sale by laa'PIpe, 
Barn], or Case, at prices un- 

Corner of Front at. and Broadway, 

SAN FKANCISCO. 



ffijis Salitaria fsrmrt. 



tolltlrlng ■nrwcrlplloat, 0' I' 



How to HDD Honey by Mail. 

l]l(wMch ltnjc.ndoMfeIr« "II 1<0M») WO I 
mUarrl"Yf ■ pt»»oi"emJ : open the layer* 



AGEBTB •WAHXEB. 



To Hnraervmon, Florists and Inventors In the eld 
Btatet and Europo. 

pt» -coit aniiDlih our WeoiT" thread, aod ccnld Ihflj P 






^ 



THE OALIFOByiA FARMER 



fa idle C 



■ ilJ plan 



i blossom In my manhood, 

ould not let mob in OTcnl 

moat of any mi -,v volume, pi 

w brief wards with those whom i 



'. [Hen 



u the 1 



and most Impor- 



ts entering upaa the TWENTIETH VOL- 
of the Fa nil en, no feet ttint no feeder will 
e ns with realty if we claim for this journal 
edit of having panted rleh tends of scicn- 
ind practical knowledge la the mlndi end 
ardy tillers nf 



t LllCID 






ostom and ripe fruit I 
any a bappy fireside. 



endy brought forth 



when we Grit advocated the i 
and pledged to It &1I the beste 



the Fibuer, who will n 

having maintained Its i 

ward steadily for the pi 



lordloitlhcjustcredi: 




Durham and Deron Catlle, Blood Harm, Lcieu 

\er and CcriL-oid Shttp, American Eva and lamia 

■r Sloth, for lalt See adrtrtucmri 




:..-■:, 



i:..laiits of other Societies that bate 
i. !■!*«« oolify u> of ib e Hoe, that 
i Upo l.it [ur ihoSmta:] 



Help lor the Fati time. 
Event graia. power should prepare bandtoino 
sbraveo cf wheat, barley, and oats, of all their 
best varieties. Soch specimen! show the grain to 
good advantage, and they also add roach to the 
appcamnco of tbe flail. .Every former can do 
ninth to aid lo tbia matter, If they will only try. 
Farmers should take pains to prepare their best 
specimens | n nil branches of their business ; ihey 
should also hare every article correctly labeled ; 
this adds to the Interest very ranch. 

Farmers, orchardiste, and gardeners, can always 



'2 



ils,of their man 



t by 11 



Tbe Mines of CoFperopolfa. 

ot sane day. among the copper mines 
us place. We hats obtained o irricB 
K facts which will appear iu detail, 

that it will renurrc several L b, p i df , 
he Keystone, tho Calvcra, and ibt Ern . 
e Napoleon, may all be rich, and very 



ball tpea 



i that 



opolis is one of the mi 



enjoyed our trip thither very much 
lify nnr gratitude foreanrteslos am 

rderly, and 
r visited. 






en. Wright's dispi 
Government Diking for 8100,000 to pi 
Ihed^j™ or onr harbor has received prompt 
actioo and that amount It placed at his dlspoi 
He has comrufnEed preparations, and soon < 
harbor will be snpplled with proper defenses 



i been the faithfol, trnn, and co 
l> earnest and zealous advocate 
i of this State, we know, for oor 



this strong and gondly boat we are pr 


ud to nnm- 


bur many who have continued with 


s from the 


Number 1 of nnr early days. 




We greet with pleasure, lo our now 


volume, all 


our friend*. We leader them our re 


est urate rn! 


acknowledgements fnr their many an 


continued 


kindnesses, for which we wish them 




of Heaven's blessings, health, peace 


and pros- 


parity. 





Our Hamblen in the) Coantiy.— Ho. 8 

Wr regret that neither our space or time will nl 
low ns to go loto all to» details of tbo places w 
>i?lt, at we desire, and It frequently happens tba 
we do not End the proprietors at home, so tbat wi 
cannot accomplish ottr intonlinns or get as ful 



wi;h. 



r, that thi 



brief sketches 
and bops atsc 
furnish ni, a: 
tailed items 01 



that oar friends and patrons wil 
often is possible, with mote dc- 
their farms and business, so w< 
literal prosperity of oar State- aod 



When la S look ton soma 1 
paid another visit to -tba fine 
of Wm. L. Overhclser, Esq., 



, prin- 



They oro 
gardener, 
a Geld of 
In Bne ordt 
(July 25lb)- 

enjoyed tho ■ 
made some fj 



orrnclly pi 
ihouldered 1 

ndor tba ci 
d tbey do hi 
.bocco of IV 
ir. They n 



if the Maryland and Ha 



wine 



Hal 



• best herds nf stack In 
lake a splendid show at 

■i from Stockton, has a 
Is a good farm ,- be has 



>; also 200 vii 
i aasple stock of farm 
imestlc fowls. Ho has 
ster for bis stock. 



■j ■:■ o ( 



e of what the foti 



A 


d for this pledge 


we not only 




good will of t 


oso who now 


oOp 




n, but we d 


wish to re- 




dec 




all who desire 


dm 
ays 


ake 
and 
has 


prosperous 


vary hill-side 
ways will be 


din 


bcT 


g P truo P lo lb 


State or our 




ot b 


t be true to 


our Country 


ills 


Fla 


I- 










lutnc to wcl- 


" 


dtt 


a °JTJ'Z 


tb whom wo 
we bare tho 




mi 


rk, also, as 


■real changes 



al scene 


will not be 


forgotten, for oar 


a the c 


antry." Amid all tho 


Ji.=r-s 






n only repe 


it: let 


net's lif 


be iorgolt 


a. There 


b noil 


th so su 


-ely ceriaia 


f securing 


an ind 


e, as the 


farmer's life 


when tho 


cacti. 


"Bow 


Wlk.l« 


r 1 - Eiap1e.li 


e! ■ 



sle 
Ik a 


neatness is 
must see th 
ue la hotel-k 
cipect everi 
the Occidcalu 


very great 
oping. IU 
hotel In tb 
1, the Lick 



ig; those h 
Tho Good Book 
s Qodllnesi 



lotels and public 
As wo travel a 
i how many pnb- 

>f nil landlords to 
neat aod In order, 
intare Buooso'i 



ISJKagh,", h0ttHb „ OU „ nJi s * °" ■ 






of general stock. He is 



i. Chrii 



I 100 i 



anted mostly in 
4 rley, bis crop is light He has, also 
used as a stock ranch, has 80 heai 
ock, 12 horses (good stock), 13 mill 
poouda of bailee por montb, has 
■ii-, diiiiiraiic fowls, etc. Jlr. Ghrii 






:r f.Ulov 



inlly D 



inder feucc, the ball 



Goo horses. His orchard or 300 trees is In 
order. Ur. F. don't feel very kindly lo F. 
soys that no Committee ever yet visited bit 
chard or farm, or haro returned courtesies ; thloha 
Fairs would be more popular Ifjiulfa, by Visiting 
Committees, was performed. 

W. B. French has IU acres; grain crop light 
His lands were overflowed [a tho winter of 1861-3, 
when bo lost 250 bead of slack ia tha flood. Has 
nowooly a small stock ol cuttle, but good, 
garden, Ihnugh Injured by the Sood, was nca 



dona well. 



"Nightingale Reatai! 






tho 



is from dtockloo. Hera c 



of Stockton, that tarry 



iii-iir of Mr. liuddlck, who h 
three years, to tbe very gene 
who call. A good lunch or 



ho has resided here for si 
o nice orchard and vlneju 
log 800 trees and 2,500 ri 



ical can always be 
Sir. ^. ot 



d 6uo vines, the ruabinj 



ram 


ntrJMi 


b, and Sao c 


raps. We find 






fallowing g 


ves a good ct 


otb 


r plans 


ail. Sir. 11 


Claud linda t 


all 


wing a 


out doobl 


s tbe crop, f 




farming 







H. l; ...-I...V bas l&Q . 
irlcy aod wheat, onl; 
nail orchard for fro. 



trees, 


ad 0,000 


ines all fa 


eiga. 


ranch 


I cultlvntet 


with refer 




6. H 


AxttlloT Woodbndgo 
















5 years o 


d, 1,6 


has good fruit iu bis orchard— 


no nn 


bcliev 


s that goo 


1 cultfvatio 


n nf l 




han Irrlgu 






John 


Shackford 


has 100 flc 




faith 1 


in sutnmer 






aging 30 bushels p 






Of 100 








obacc 


plants w 


ich. grow fi 


nolya 


roll. 








W.J 


Reynolds 


of French 


Camp 



cs In' Barley and !00 
op, averaging 30 bushels 
sail orchard of 100 I 



es ore all mulched finely, 
e has 0,000 vines, all foreigi 
and properly pruned, all tied to 



ral kinds we 
, Block Hun 



io years old. This vineyard w 



ir young 
rdcr and 
ucs*Dnly 



- 


Such care 




dlorda lo hare their 




iotaro success If 


B clean aod orderly T 






he character of men 




« gallons a day, tb 






go u,„ of mUk in t|j ™ 


o Godly men, It [a 


besides la 


weary traveler." A 


Tho for 


going sketches, brf 



as a good farm D r 31 
nin gra| n _. l30Bh i 
ip. Hat 100 head ol 



sad of stock; has 



a Griffin has At 
ich is wheat. I 



rop yielded 
Tbo Hood 



Tho Gala versa Big-Tj 
Wu lnu'i' cojnynd once more some lei sore 
this "Great Templo nf Nature" where the 
or the forest, tbat havo stood for thou! 
years, have never ceased their "anthem s 
rcpt throngh their lofty [ 



Tlier 



, thank i 






world where ho 


man beings 


can gn an 


k B beyooil 


tho reach and 




tineas and 


traffic, 


nn< 












tbosc feet tbat 


iear tbo ir 


child n 


natur 




lis pilgrimage 


lo the "Father" and 


'Molhn 




the forest, and 


to enjoy, a 


while, a 


comtau 




With the grand 


nnd tublim 








We are glnd 


hat there is 


an incrcat 


ng inl 


fit 


a tbe Great Tr 


es. Wo wish all con 


I efe 1 




They wonld ba 


b s better v 


ew of Goc 


and N 


nrs 


n such a place 


as tb is Tore 


I. How ft 


-v, who 










stmlo 


Ml 


delineated date 


Iplioos of these woni 


erfol 1 


could comprcb 


nd n tree m 


asnrlog Ii 


rtylao 




11 diameter, or 


one hundno 


in clrcum 


erence 




rom 350 lo 451 


in bight? 


What rain 


can 


nr 


prebend It? They must bo 


seen to be 


pprecl 


1-1 


jonsider Tor 






high a 




tower of the 


cbTlrch Notre Dame 


in F 


aril 



a tree as lofty as tho Dome of St 
1, from which o. man walking igl 



en ia that 


heat 


ES 


sod 


looko 


I" to 


a ontword 










as moving spec 


of 


urns 


dnrk 


ubsinc 


Bias high 
Although t 


as St 


; 


yot 


be Big 
Londo 


very 



few of the people of Califor 





"News 


PiKu Post. 


atv-Our rcadv 


smn 


; will plant 


ber tba 


from this 


tima on the p 




Fins <10 Stock 


Callforn 


iaFurtuer,a 


dall weekly p ;1 


ers, 






the total work n 



is bull-tin 



ludlngn fine ller 
es arc planted 1 
ti that 20 feet ap 
afinaappnrattn 
r fnr his bouse- 



ludmiMs; but wo think 
on would da better. 1 
ulldlngt of Mr. H., ares 
r the floods of 1801-02. 
3. P. French has 480 ni 

.■or aoy other laud. Hi 
1 summer fallow. He 



Tbe Pajaro 


rimes tays: "Liar 


- r 


aersareao 


very busy, reo 


ping the rewards ol 




inr. Grail 


fruit, vegotabl 


s, etc., era ia abun 




ce tbi) in. 


son. Tbo den 


and fnr labor is ver 


p 


eot. Jleoii 


need of work 


Iran Id visit ibis loc 


Ii 


y. There ii 


also a scarcity 


of laborers nnd faro 


h 


ndsiaSaau 


Crux. 








A Letler fro 


m Wast Point state 


a 


an funpl 


of theeffloien 


yof the graduating 


r 




tbat Ifaejr disn 


ount a cannon, or 


d 


epnrate fat 


inrta of the c 


Triage, and re-uuile 


tb 


em, and in 


the gun in 20 


econds. 




1 nf kilcbia 


arden nf ten acres 




vegetables nn 


d melons, near Co 




City. TSa- 


t 000 of the 


largest gardens in 


H 


ra da Ttni- 


ory. 






psr GoHii 


YcsvEnoiT t 


shipment of Trca 




,1nws: To EDgland 






Vew York J2otl 


52 52, In Pan nmn S 




0, to Qm* 


mala S3, 52 S, to 


al £090,735 27; tola! 




B j40DUj1| 


£13, Su8,>20,l 






oil ct li« 


124,0)5,522 1)3; 










aga carries Juil bale.' 




fool, aaJ IM 


alas Cotton, do 






k, tba nW 


aluod at $62,20 









Toe receipts of tho Int, 



B rooms at- 


KuwSrAOK Ltd 


uriioiiMoai.uv'aToSii.r(iCtrf. 




We call attention 


to tba stugo-lioe just calabar)" 




by Sir. Miller, fro 


n Murphy's to Silver City- » 


He suffered 


very great diacov 


ries lately must cause a Iff 1 ! 
this line is a good cae «* 


groin. On 
double crop, 


prompt, with goo 


stagee, and can-ful driven, '"■' 


CrockeT)/ Ware 


auit Pur cbattr) of ciot'oTI 


eems so good 




.cellent patterns of all tloJ"* 1 ] 






Mi._^r>. LVIbLu,,, a SanJtri.--; 








encedy, have 


importers and w 








hotels nnd families on theE»4 




favorable terms. 






Kirby, £y rne .(- 


Co.— The splendid warri 5 ""! 
















their rooms — tbe 














amount of buslncsa ""' j] 




doing. The Indie 


pie^W^and^cr,"'^! 



tbo 


Whselar:* W||, 0n " ^^ 


aaro of speutaj a 


out 


■ Call at the rooms in San 


j. m e " | Paehcco Is 




"«wand clegaat macbla 


■J""lj shall have' 
1 numbers. 




THE califobkiajI abmeb^ 






Tho Wnriposa Viae*. 
we hate before publlibed the skalcu of 
h> forest, we Teel called open Ui pit- 
lift ft ((■ CIWCU 10 show 1 
f«eir* Ib.t attention uilfro 
deserves. The lofle-wlns; we riiraot (rem former 
-4,otei. -vhea, with u |urij of four Mends, wo giro 
hints of tte 



which n 



tjBitotbe mt.i 
ft"«K : 
( Afl*> about 
sfMbed the slop 



jwnlng oa rliL-.: 



,gliu, 



hoars of up bill work *» 
re we found ttimblert trw, 
of waier. tve hailed at the 
Ires .--Lib a c.np of it* coil- 

1, as we had designed when 

clicved from report mutt a-e 

c bud come prepared with 



Harness. 



XftMSurtug 
HEhe first tree we measured was "tumbler," am 
^Ewcring it three "id n hair feel from the ground, 
^Rnd it eighty feet in circumference ; eloso at Ih* 
^BW lOi feat; »fld. carefully surveyed, 250 Tml 

Blgb. Tree No,:, ne.nly fifty feet in clrcumfer- 

■ half feel from the ground, nnii 300 feet high, 
f Koi. 4 and .'. «* c-01 The Sisters, measoriug S3 

SjoaSTfeet in circumference and 2>j feet high. 

Htoy of the treea buJ lo--l j.orlionj of tbcit 
■ ij-Uu storms that bod swept over them. 

measurins the firs! fi' 



MAIN 4 WINCHESTER, 

M AN TJFAOT TJHEH S 
fig and Importers of £fiftL 

* HARNESS,^ 4 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

ADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Noi. 2M and 316 Battery street , 

SAX FHAA'CISCO, 



pauy, t 



■ tho 



orlherljdi 



Imlf tl 



[j -v.iv r direction, Bud 
ired, which resulted 
d was 155, and these 



FARMERS and other, will do nell to call oo m 
1 *cforo pgrthuiDS, u tho rata of Eutara EirbwiEt 
in offering coodint RKOUCKD RATES. 

CORD UAtUiesS, l"or tile Paeldo Coul. 



IrUngular form. Some ni ibe trees first meet 
j ^^Ronr view in tho rale of the mountain, thence rite 

South -ea-.U-rlv .-.nj t> .--: ill -".'.- 1 crlv nil you (in J 
■J TC-nnelf jpidtif.- '.[■ ■!> the neighboring point", tolmo 

r ^Britb their wiolry snows. It is estimated to be 
- ^Rfime e or 10 miles Tram Iho dividing line, and iho 
> ' eve can qme upon .l world upon either aide ofrto 
'^Kdgc The following nro the number and meas- 
) ^Knmeat of Ihe trees. Our party measured none 
.1 lesi thou 4*) fi-'.-i, uad Humbler measured us onr- 

I^^BelTee, only those of heanty of ejmmetrr less 
^Kg « feet, and n few only. Those tueasured by 



Kseovor 00 Iret in c 


rcumference which 


in than accomplished by both parlies, as 


R seen. Our party measured as follows : 












EtH 




2 treeseaeh 61 




6 treeseaeh 50 


I " f - T "•"-'• :'; 


1 tree 40 


i trees each. cu 


1 tree - 40 


3 trots c.i L h 


2 troeseucb. 45 


A Ire-., c.ct, ,;-, 


1 treeseaeh 44 




4 trees ench.. ....43 










■Borne of these were in groups of three f 


BB even five, seeming to spring from the iced 


ft cone. W* measured none less tban 40 


J Several of Ihese glorious trees- we have, in 


rotation with our friend, named. To* one 


Bjlpnog we call the Fountain tree, as it is 


& the source uf refreshment. Two Irtet men 




XheTwoFrieodj. 


| Hodeicripiioo we can giva could convey lo 


Biden the wonder aad awe with which □ 


Impressed, wheu standing beneath these g 


fees; » feeling creeps upon you of ineipres 




beak aloud, but rather be silent and thick 


litre feels his own notb 


guesa; and bis soul 



TEEMS OF ADVESTIsTHG. 



Saddles. 



,ave. no -i -ti it nodtntsod thit a I 
the larrest Wholesale Stock io tto 
taniRoull Cnstomen Bill rsctl 
nd hineSt that the, csa at on 



ouch wo. 



HAYKES & LA"WTON, 



®c 



CROCKERY, Mft 

GLASSWARE. 
FKENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 

The Hew Haven glees; Company's Manufacture, 
fPormnlj tso Jerome ComooajJ 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLES ALB 

Crockery and Glass 

WAREHOUSE, 

PARTICCLAR ATTENTION PAID TO FUBHIE 
KG HOTEL A>'D FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FBAKCISCO. 



WBL T. COLEMAN & CO,, 

SHIPPDSG & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANCES 

Hew York and Ban Francisco- 



We do nut «i,h to inkc aught from nor Calasen 
frfeudi, but If tli,.,- will ga „uil see this they w 
Cheerful!, yield the palm, Uotb iu ei^and uumbet 



* and Ora(/.-_Tbo Peace- 
. Drayton * Go's, nn Sac. 
cling much attention to 
'■■- gi-ilr, uf gttsl nierl, Ln 
■■■;■' '■» ' l , rtcently, hy whkl 



EVERY FAMILY 

Sewing Machine, 

And EVEF.Y 0SB Buying aSEWINO UA0I1ISB 
SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 

it tho MOST ECOKOMIOAL, and Is 

ALWAYS SATISFACTOEY. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

IS TUB BEST 
Or. all the various hinds of 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

Ever oDTared 1st the MaikoL 



It is TTneqiialeci 

la Its simplicity aad un uf management, 

AND THE STITCH 

-Alike ooBalhsldei-all acknowledge to bo 

THE ONLY FEBFECT 

Slilohfor ALL Family Saninj;. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From the lowest price to tho highest prlee, 

IS GUARANTEED. 

Before putehailoF.call and ei amine, or 

Send for a Circular 

From the OFFICE, 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWOETH, 

AGENT, ,„_ 



SAM JOAQUIN VALLEY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual Fair, 

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO BE HELD IS THE 

CITY OF STOCKTON, 

Tuesday, September 2 'id, 1863, 

CONTINUIHQ FOUB DAYS, 

OverSixThousandDollarsl 

BOARD OF MAh-AiiERS. 

K. S H0LRBN.. President. 

J. SAIlLKS... Vice President. 

W. B. BlllOfiS " 

J. C. REtD ..Secretary. 

II. L. BIRR Treasurer. 

Ufla WEST..... Uiteotor. 

SAMUEL PI3HER " 

TtlE BOAIU3 OF SIAXAGKBS WILt, AWARD 

SPECIAL AND LIBEEAL PREMIUMS 

TO ANIMALS AND AETICLE3 

From other District) and the State at tares, 

irplSenIonE.lMlilll iri.,1, i r.f.|., ,..„■(■ |1,. il,.-C«.imi!J'.-.-. 

TO ANT ASD ALL ARTICLES 



North Point Dock Wareliouae, 



Acivan o o o 

l api.r'ivrd .MrretiudiH. 

W»l. T, COLESIAH t CO., 



GREAT REDUCTION IK PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Soil Cheaper than any Eotus 
injthe State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WIOKS. 
CAMPHBNEi 

BUflMN-fl FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
C0AL-O1L, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET LLLITMIHATrNQ OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARU OIL. 

MACHINERY OIL. 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL. Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL, 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL. 

TANNER'S) OIL, 

Ac. Ac. tic. Ac. 

ty Our Moiiin Id parUeulir, nil the country tnuo 



l««J 


na 


ihin-.n, ll.l- 


nal« 


orthy. 


E. 9. Uol 


;';■:'£;;: 


J.M. 


Artcln er Anlm 






lion. T. 


,\. 


DIACUIN 




w 


11 deliver t 


o A 


nnual Adtlres 



THE GRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will tako placo on FRIDAY NIGHT. 

SPECIAL KTOTIOES. 
No AnltuiliUI nun for the Society* Pui™ oblloolnoi 
ptrmuj thus the JuJ E o. and Jlcrubsrs of tho Pro;i nre 

I'uesiunllir In tho commencement of tbo parform- 



THE NEW STYLE HAT, COME AND BEE 
9A HATS! HATS! * 

SS 3AMEH C. COLLINS. AGEUT FOR^ 
^=^Q. ItO.-ilSliEnQ. EAIil.i: IMT ,-ioki:, K„ 

i New Spring and Summer Style of 
8ILKIIAT FOR1863, 



• 



»n. K.VOTTLES, 

I> E >* T 1 19 T, 



«ra«e Hours; From 9 A M-, to fl P, M. 

to i; ,w 05^^ TERjiacAsn 

PR1CE8 LIBERAL. 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 

OT'IomfSSu 8 *' T!t*ffli&*Hh* B,,l i {"'"' * eW °* T '" '' 

'''■''' , ll| ' : '■ '■'"■'■ ■'■'■' i-'. !'■;■. I. !,.'i'l'.'.,'.'.'l!"|.r. , ;. , ir'r! L o 

DH. PEARSON'S NERVINE 

.,.' U .'.!"! > ! : M l .'''-." i ''' l;vri " ;l ^ "II reatvetb. » 



<jiL ■■-!!, ti, dMio a ffi,,,,',!, "'■ 



J AUKS fEARSON, it. O. 



BAGS! BAGS! 
LEWIS & DETRICK, 

CLAY STREET BAG FACTORY, 
No. 113 Cloy etrcct, 

BETWEEN DAVIS ASD DttUUH STREETS, 
, SAX FILlNCtSOO. 

TvI^oliixio-So-rju-oci 

Gvraln-Bags, 

DUNDEE HAND-SEWED BAGS 

WOOL BAGS I ~W0OL BAGS!! 

FLOUR, HALT, ORE, AND SPECIE BAGS, 

On bR.ua- m & n.nd to order. 

Wstar-ntoar TBNTa, eoosuinUT un hind. 

f^- Countr, Budniu ud f.nnen itmpllcil it lis 

"' ' ' "" ''=■' "I* city MccpuuHi. A huenl ■)!•• 

Order, pmnptlj ciKulod. w 



Or<ier of Exercises. 









ITrlilnr. SejU. 1 






PREMIUMS OFFERED. 



F inu, Orciard4, Yintjardi, FUU €:,--'\i:i.. 

.■P.-,.n.-,^ 1 r nl .|v.,-ir.,r ra ,.W.J J ... ! ,. 
tor lro D n.rcd Fun. ViiuT.nl, Humerj.^rio.rd, 









klndas. 

M.T.I, L-ll.v H.„„- lf.,rJ.i',.loi.P.^. =l = iO" '- '■■^ V'i'-'. 
Fic.cr.ed .nd Drt.l FrulU, C.BluK Wans nil Knar.. 




,.iirk7i,. il.'-'iVcl'^cU^b", [7bo foiliwIaVnamcdT' "" 
i.vM. Iter, ]■..,!:. V.,.,,,, ,„,|„. IJ, jr ,-. WJI'. .'.!t!i 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

jA.a^soisr street, 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST COHTENrEST TO THE 

Steamers' Landings, 



Places of Amuse meal. 

OPEN ALL NIGW. 
Reduction in Prices, 

WARM AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 



r Uslirass. Tho 



en TEMPERANCE PRINCIPLES. 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor, 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 und 430 JACE30N STREET, 

AfmooomhelowKtintSDinBry, SAN PltASCISBO. 

Thli Ere. proof bulldlui- possouos many uilnnhnos 

lo iho trtvcisr i„ r .■ „,[.„„;.! k j. . ln |j. h 3 : ( ., „, L: 

ftomtho Port Offloo and Cnnoui Hu-j o ei.l uloai --,u 
snme diitnnca from tbo prlndp.l r luja« of umiuemenL 

The City Eaiiroad Cara Pass h Door. 

Tho Ilou« lj eondnctod on TEMPERANCE PRIS- 
CIPL ES, -bich iocoros to em Gue«i QCIET. 

Tbo prices for Qoird and Roum. nro very modoist-— 
H'" °1 ALL Mea '' " " ek " "" E S0LI " T A GALL 

P. E. WEYOANT, Propp. 

™ th™t-™I!nl ! c ! iu wnu'colCL Tn cliiJul'Sih- 

1 .,: k, , lU i up j'. clibor Homo, tua-y tako iho Iptuu! >r 

l ," l - rT i'" , " ; " M ' h.wlhoUton t-i cither II .,,,,, ,,-b 

ibeir Bai-eona, FREE. p. E. WBYGAKX. 



ZOIitTV &: CO., , 

GENERAL AGENTS, AUD 

Commission & Forwarding; 

MERCHANTS, 

+21 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 

11 BEEKMAK STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



f OR 

AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS 



HABBWABE, BBITANNIA, BRASS, AHD Tai- 

WABE. 

ZORM t CO. do a Comuuulou Uotlncs cioIuiItcIt cnn. 



ZORN& CO., 

WS Waihlnitoo .Boot. 
SAN FRANC'IsCO. 



Si 

»-WjT-.ITjVJR."V GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Sashes, Et 

Im|«rlarand Mnnufioturor of 
REOAL1A, BAHNEHS, PLAQH.tttLITARr 

Robe., Caps, Sauls, and all Otmds rcoulT. 

Sooloiiu, MHIurr and Clvlo I'ro-c-.ii.r, 

T. RODin:^ ,ii. ii;.-' 



THE OALIFOBKIA FABMEB. 



jfittrarj gjraibtrj. 



V: 



BABY'S FHOTO'~.BAI'H. 
Tu tat >irett«K pletoni ; 



1 Ilka a Inckj psonj-. 



.,11 c. 



roil, 



Tbi 



Hod JOU IHD UlltUl 

■ulrsftliypltliin!, 
With thee, let as mini 

igb ilo rulmi or finer. 
To & fir-off tonfc 

i'i rj-i-j in glistening, 



And tier ben 
"Precioot tv-noT— shs 

"Of oor cbcritliri n 
Giaoitjia loo 1> dreuai 

Of r. gentle boo. 



III&Dma In boaolj- rn 

DnughUof pmuiiBk 

J j ■.■ ... .- [ ■ in eilsnce DU 



' Wllh » food »gf=L 

| /mtldhed's sacrifice. 

THE^tsof holiotropn in Hiss Deltoid's dninLj 
lif.ls parlor vera diBliUiog ibt-ii streetcst fra- 
grance In tbo deliclooi evening breeze tom tossed 
thitnmlin cnrlaini lo end fro tbroagb iho wide 
open »indoir, nod tbo cberrj boughs overs bud Air- 
ing tbo plena tints were ODDg with sparkling 
jeielipraja of crimson Trait. Julr was porpling 
■mtthriLligbt; Joly brooded 



aill* 



ill ':..i 



long tbat It icem) 
Honover, tbera It goes— bund 

He dasbed tan bit Of papor Into bis poebct-book 
wiih a quickness tbat characterised all hi; rao- 
llooi, and walked ont again, wbtitllng tba low re- 
frain tbat made a sort of cotopanj for bis solitude. 
It wis nearlj midoisbt, Iho air dawy nr,.l sallrj, 
ind the stars blailng In the tIdIs! cones," of 
heate o, jet Captain Verner stijl «at In bis balcony, 
Idly looking out npon tbo aiimmer night, wilt 
faint fragronco or liis cigar wreathed about 
Was he thinking of Miss Clara Delford, or-*. 
"Half-past eleven— high time I was asleep,' 
tlloqnlsed tbo Captain, at length, 



¥ 









boded I. 



a circle 



the room nbero 

snbdiied light on heaps of discolored papers. 

"Hallo— what's ibis 1" bo said, half aloud, tak- 
ing no a Hnj nolo that Inj lightly on the top. 
rival io tor ehaos of documents. 



'taken.' 



"Captai 



Did- Captain Teroer notice the ebaogiog col. 
io her olive ebeek; the blo.ee that glowed bone* 

or? Did be observe taw attisticellj sbo he 
prncd herself on lbs tioj foomoul clots basic 
Mildred Moore's shadowy nbite dmpcrief, ao 
pare, colorless features 7 Clara Delford ondei 
stood contrast nod baroiooy— Captaio Verner dl 
not; be only knew that the two girls weto 111 
J lily— fervid soosblae, and paio, whil 



starlight ! 
"If I eo 



d only do sometblng for tbos 



devote a 


portion of my small 


Beano to their 










Captain 


Tcrner be 


lied : for tbo 


heiress to speak 




oall mean 


i" seemed, av 


o tn him, like 






f ostentation 




"Certainly " he e 


d; "and I ca 






Id not bo 






"Will roa object 






s ml ted C 


aro, with 


pretty, appea 


og softness in 










■'Sot at 


all; tbe 


o are, in my 








hip, oven da 




it would 


ivetnegr 


at pleaso.ro lo 


rclioro. Thank 






tba tiniest o 




sod place 


a bantu 




wilh Washing 












ty dollar, 








time Mill 


ed Moore hail 




shadow o 


the Cher 


ybongbs; n 


w she noleilj- 


withdrew 


Captain 


Veroar's eye 


s followed her 



about tb 


poor ■ 


Idler 


— ' 




IIH1 




c, nnd"- 










"And," 


added th 


stra 


gut 


fnrwn 


<lsn 




very Urn 




Bh 










she 








Ho bed 


risen, an 


i sto 


9 


here, 


all 




be golde 


Jnl 


moonllgl 
















"Oood- 


night, Miss CI 


n 


Imr 




wood Gra 


age for fi 


cm 






11 t 



ImoloaUry attraction 
ret poor, dear Mlldred'i 



nd hnnd- 



ae held tbe little Jeweled band io bis a mom 
perhaps nneonsnlous bow closely he pressed 
and then vanished thrnngb the c rim son., p rial 



ilmaelf, he thought oi 
indent beauty— of bet 
r toootb, like Copld's 



along, whistling softly 1, 
Clara in her strange, Irao 
Jnelling, liquid eyes, and 

"It was generuns In I 
he thought. "Dot I can't nuderitnnTlbTnT'it ! 

couldn't Miss Mildred have' t^ZTihuZ^l 
thy in words, at least. Ii annoys m0 a lilt].. nB[ , 
ret I don't for tbe Ufa of me, see rhy it , bou 'ld " 

"Von „n,,b« set of onyx to my mother!" b B 
asked, an bonr or so later, as he entered tbe strl 
lab little jewelry store in tbo main street of The 
town. «\* M ? Then It ii all right, and I may as 

"I hardly Ilk. 'to part with that money," he 
laogbed. "The fact 1,, I've kept it about me l0 



any clue, Nolbiog appeared further thao a fifty 
dollar note wrapped in a bit of paper on wblel 
was penciled tbepe words .—"For the soldiers V 

"Clara Delford again I" waa Vornct> first eicla- 
motion. "What a splendid creature that is I" 

Tbo next glance, however, discovered new 
grounds of coojeclore nod perplexity— ho held the 

from side to side. 

"1 thought I couldn't be mistaken," be mat- 



Captain Terner entered tba jewelry . 
id purchased the set of onyx for i 
"bat can I do for yon lliij morning 
red the brisk little jeweler, as h« 



"Certainly 1 con," be said ; "I purchased a Tor 
rantlfnl pearl ring from n lady, yesterday even 
ig, and pnfd fur It wilh that very identical bill. 

A pearl ring I— the simple words seemed l> 
jrnw him off tbe scent again. The jeweler nn 
icked bis show-case, and took out a small viole 
ilretcase, lined wilh white silk, in which glim 
:ered a pearl nf surpassing beauty, set in a plaii 



'Wives and Carpets. 

The Chicago Journal thus learnedly phllosopb.S' 

"In the eelectlon or a carpel, jot) should always 
prefer one with small figures, for the two webs of 
which Ihs fabric consists, are always more closely 
Interwoven tban in carpeting! where largo Ggi 
are wrnugbt. 

"There Is a gnnd deal or true philosophy in ' 
Ibot will apply to matters widely different from 

mistake when he selects a wife tbat cuts ton large 
a swell on tbn carpet or life— In other words, 
makes much display. Tbo attractions fade, the 
web of life becomes worn out, weak, and all tbe 



by.r 



mug to 



i figure 



ised up, like old 
fence, ero bo bos lived out half his allotted dayi 

pel that is never swept, by thu dost ofiodulgeneo 
like that carpet bo needs shaking or whipping: 
he needs activity— oomelbiog to think of, somo- 






cellar, who, 
philosophy, 
Brussels frcsb I 
nlaiming, "Ilii 



w stowed away I. 
Hog their final 
had they practice 






onderful bnw ibey dn 



BOWEN IBH 



OTHBB, 




WHOLESALE A» RETAIL DEA1EES IN 
STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY 

GEOOEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

Of BTTEH'S - KIND, -A.T LOW PRIOEB. 

icnlar attention Is alirays giron to the eeleelioo of oor stock of Goods. Many articles are prepared is 

SPECIALITIES, for oor 

family a? n. .a. i> :ej , 

SIIOH AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE, aod nil other choice kinds. 

TEAS, nf iho very choicest, selected with tbo greatest care, for Family Use. 
SUGARS, puro Refined, Crushed, Powdered, snd ovory choice Variety. 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jama, Dried Frnlt or all kinds. 

SPICES innumerable and for ovory nse. SIRUPS of tlio very choicest. 

BUTTER El CHEESE from tbn moat celebrated Dairies; also, chnlcest Eastern. 

SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, Iho very purest, taken from Bond, aa we ketn 

nana butiba bast; thnro that duiro choice Table Wloei, eta, or for Hedlolnal pnrpoiM, em rslr 

ui-iil who! we oDer them, ' 

BONELESS SARDINES, a real Inxnry. SPANISH OLIVES, of superior quality 

HEItKlllEH COUNTY CHEESE, superior to any Cheese in the country. 
LONaWORTK'S ISABELLA AlSTr) Cft-TAWB A -WINEa 
Both Sparkling and Still, especially for Family Use ' 

itber article necdod In rtio ^ol]nary denarlfflenl of tbo noojebald, and tba nsnol Finllr 



> ..rlor 






all who i 






nre!" repeated Verner. 
rimes aro sadly changed e 
io that alias Mildred won! 
led to part with that farori 



ciations to Clara Delford'a ostentations gift from 
her overflowing coffers I "Silver and gold have f 
nooe ; but anch as I bate give I uoto thee." The 
words came to blm llko a revelation of Mildred 
Moore's nnluro. 
Only nine o'clock, but not too early for Mildred 

! cottage garden. Nay, so bnsy was she 



with a 






ink bloj 



n friticS 



t she 



11 ;■!■'■■' 



lolsteps until Captain Verner's shadow fell ai . .... 
io flowery border. Then she started up, with 
rge, dilated eyes, llko those of a frightened 
Tawa, end carmine burning in her nsaslly color- 

"Captain Verner!" 

"Do nnt be startled, Miss Mildred," be said, 



pod her bonds mer her flushed tat- 
detected in some fault, 
lurpirdun; I did nnt think— I nevi 



1 tears. It was entirely a new phase o 
ig. Captain Verner stood completely eon 



NEW GOODS!! 

KIRBY, BYRNE 8s CO. 

SAVE JUST BEOEIVBD 

A LAROE SUPPLY OF NEW GOODS 

Comprising in SILKS, 



In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool Fantmsl, Poplin d'Araionr 
Plain Irish and French Poplin ; 
Plaid do do do da 

Plain and Els/d Ottoman aod Merino. 

fiieh all-wool Plaids, French da Lalne, 



KOBE IMPERATRIGE. 



In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



INCH STORE— 1 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
„.. R-ocitton. San Francisco. 



In FURS, 



foaoded. 
lotion of 



She- 



s ther 



depib nnd 
lefon 



n, nn loogcr the fair, passionless s 

foly woman, mado lovelier still by tears I Tl 

• del of bis heart-undermined long ago, „, 
n^duuely , himaelf-sarrendered at this la 

"Dnn't, Mildred I" ho said" caressingly. "My 
arcn girl, |f y 0ll j[ 0elT now lt „ f [ er , 

• yon weep"- 

"Pardon me," ,be fallered; »I am ash, 
!°v-n ft J^ [ *^ b « It mw *K I b»td to tf 

-l>'-l™l, he whispered, opening the 
1."..™'?°;' "' !""f htoa S h ' bl"k the ri. 
io l with startled eyes no 



ued of 



Sbe 



, I never knew till now how A 
Will y„„ trust your rum™ i 

'.■ i-li.-rifhed wlfel" 

"•»*— only Mrs. Grundy thloki 
■'Miss Monro sboutri mil . 
when dwmind, arc nil the fa 



"01 Mil. 



Fur Cloaks, 

For Mantillas, 
Far Tippets, 



■ —WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRKOT FROM TUB MANUFACTTJItEltS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IRISH LIWBNS, 

SHIRTING LIUg-ElST. 

LINEN SHEETING, 

Lines Lanark. Uloths and Napkins, 

And Liaoa Cambrlo nandkerohlofi. 
Additions have also been mado 



■ no ovary urnarluHnt of oor Stare hn. been renlet 
iihed with Now Arrivals. 

KIRBY, BYRNE & OO.. 
No, t Moatgoauirj, 

Near Market, 
u Neil deer to Masonlo Temple. 



BIGELOW BROS. 8e FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY. 

FIRE ^JSTD LIFE. 

OFFICE— afortbweat Corner Montgomery ana Sacramento street*.,' 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 ! ! I 
LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE* LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, .' 

OF NBW -a-OHIE: 

flirdj, mutual. Tht tmly Stock Company in America .eAore Charier provide Chat nil the profits rt«fl 

be dimdid pro rata amine (ne policy halderi, 

Palleios Isrood nt IMj A r eoor "ithoot the nsoal Helav or sending aprrlloations lo Ken York 

B.*l..,.,„C,Mr.„,L.. 0,.„....U 8.,^. ,-.„».„. „a ,„.„, „ „ d ,„„ „. s ,„„ ,„ c< „ 

Tilioul out. ch.rg.. Dl.ld.ad. .pi.H.d to piynicnt of Promlom. or .Jdcd lo polio*. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUBANCE CO.. I 

OF HA.HTFOH3D, COrTlM : 
Residence in California Frco of eilm cbnrgo. 

.rtit .i7J.v.'.i d "'.r. " "' "" "''""" """■'"' -* "• *" mi ■" " b " **" •*■—•< l 

Book, aod Foo.rb.loi. ooolaiaio. foil dal.il. of loo .ftom of LiTo Ia.or.ooe, oaa ba had at too A.eeoj. 

The Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World! 
HAETFOKD EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

OF HABTFOKD, OOTSriNT: 



ASSETS, 



Sl.000,000 I 



DEPOSITED nr SAt , rIlil , CBOO poR THE BHramTT op polICT mw ^ 
S50,000! . 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OP NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, $1,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for $240 OOO 

AfCieKrelnsn^C.. ■ PtanSSSSS'b.. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 



HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

■\ynioa HAa btood rn E test m all the 



HiTUHAI COFFEE FLAVOR , 



Pioneer Sleara CoQee and 

a=o front a THSET] 



sntEHont 
Ice MUls, 



C. E. COLLINS, 

AOEKT I 



2i 



American Watcfa Factory. 

WATCH HEPAIfiraQ 

IT^NEIT YORK PIllCBSj^ 



Board of ItefereTi^ia« - 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Rq. t p «™ «' 

QEXKY OAKLTOH JiT J ' P ' PLINT ' Es 1- 

of W. T. Colnmnn & Co. I nniQ m ^^Jl" 1 '^ 3 ^^ 4 Co ' 

ANDREW n. FORBES Em LODI3 MoLANB. Esq., 

of Forbes ,V Bilif-.-L- „ t. ~ or Wolls. Fafgo 4 Oo. 

JOHN H. REDINGTON •"' °' B " p OLHElHJi, ^ 

J. D. KITTLES " & C °- ' JONATHAN ?&* ^., 

of Dewiit, Kiltlo & Co. Saa f^nc'sco. 



W| 



BIGELOW BROS. & PUNT. 

n— — .— JrVC3-BlMTt3. 



dalvaiiiiei Iron Lift Pumps, 

F0CB SEES, 3, i. 5, and 6 



stock'e San Jose Patent Valves. 

WillltBNTBD TO Mm WATEIt lis FEET. 
M*Jo ud Bold oalpb, 

CHAS. o. ERNEST, 

Comet of sut. „. s ulUl ftH ^ 
10 STOCKTON. 



Doane's Hay-Press. 

1 iwT^nasKiff^l^'^ijJowiiPATEfii 

,.:' : : "^'e"pt^ u ^^Vrr' V'' 
tii" Sji"'"" 1 ''""^" V'-.'S,?',;,','," " ,"*"' 

i; i ■- . . :.■:.'■„•,■ •:;,:•;;: ■:■■'"•''"'-■■ 

[■;, :;.: . ■ • ";.'.■ '•*■ **>-,& 



™t,*osr ""''"""""oaoniwBi. p'ri"'^'.':, 1 1';',;'! 



Twenty-flve Cents! 
AMBROTYPES 

Jonivso^'S 

First Premium "Gallery. 

No. 043 CLAY STREET-SAX FRANCISCO. 
^"OR S3I5 CENTS, 

ALt S^oSSmJ", » GASES 0rt LAR0B sim 

PliotographH for S3 per Dozen. 

ldbr.u.1 

.l-tllot :!'■! 



THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 



Ilevrare of ItupoHtera 1 1 

r^."n°.f',i.!, lo n' u "r li N° , [ i ,h "' ""■ '■ ' ""''' " j ' : '[' 

tha^anmnitniti, ■( j:- '.!■:. j'b:"' i'i'"., ,','.; ■;'';'. t™i<v'i'~ 



S- W. SHAW. 
Portrait Painter. 

" m '"" c™ d n , "-, ""=«» "lo LIhrnrj- hnlldisj 



THE OALIFOBNIA F ARMIES. 




LIST OF MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARV EST O F 1863. 

,_,„_ MOWERS: 

7K imWB , B l " B,ri ' Clrt -' nn '- etmiaii ba.. FARMER MOWER. No- MncMn., -sir tpo>»n of 
KB A10WER, OSIOS MOWER, '" •• Folding Cullio(B«, 

COMBINED MOWERS AND REAPERS: 

fCORMICK'S COHBLSED RF.APB&* MUVvU. ■■' ,:■ : liKYE IT d, " "So 

"""■ do *" do EAGLB da do do 



8 SELF-RAKE REAPER, 



REAPERS: 



GROCERIES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

For Oa.sk Only. 







L -,-,,.l, f„ r ilia.'iaif :lm,onL ll.-.vil,c . I'|.L = J III- LA- II 
tyilnc, I am pr" [■>■'■ i 10 ! i<i-fr. "i tlii [iri-jd ■■!" >;'-'l-\ 
• n . -bo out cill.it, .r Ilit [...'ibtir .,■!-.■ jmi.'-i pi Mr; 
if lie ood«n.[rili.| if 1..:,- rl .,„ii ■!■;-, n,,rj f,.r .;,->j 

ths difftnoufiBd"™ "SeWi'doo* frae «r*art*t™ 

10. OrJsn fur lirn-.j ,■[■:.. .-..- !"■■- .my .:^l- ..ui.'i.le 
I r .Lir-Ili ;.:■-" !■- I 

II. If. FORD-HAM, 

Cornor or Front sod JodtHn Slroeli, 

sax fra;.-'.'i-'co, 

f in Flour, Oil*. Ton. Sill, Wine*, I'rm'i-lno., 
Wooden Ware, lobocoa, bio. IE 



CELEBRATED FEACEH&KEK STOVE, 
For Wale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 

M 



MICK'S SELF-RAKE REAFER. 



BABE'S HEADERS, 



HUSSET'S SELF-RAKE BEAPBH 



THRASHERS: 

SPKSCEK'S Geo. 

I'lTr • _ I' :,!.= „, 



« 30, 33, lid 36-lneh Tbrniho 



!le B i t h H R ^^f: P0 .'^ rERS AND STEAM-ENGINES: 

dWlX Tombing.'' WW,n """* Ftald, '"" ,a '"fI , »P»<«'lS!.««|..ijJT«tdU™-P*.M.. Sunn.- 




HAY-PRESSES: 

rS, and INOERSOLL'S Hay-Preuei. 

abate Jlachlaoi. BtHing-Rubbj, „a tovber-ali iliu. 

THEADWELL & CO.. 

-. !„'V( ^ '':;»"■ Cj'lrorolo nl Battnj streets, BAN FRANCISCO. 





WANTED. 


•ntotwoor U,,~ 
AL30_r>nl«» 
Brt,,,...,- ,_...„, 

£i: of fi':=: 


1 5!t™urX£Z£o' t 4 ™ H £ "^el?™ 


^ MAS WITH 


Wanted- 

nOW or SI.MOTO TAKE AX IS- 

?» Pablie Home of A Si I £«.? 
Id connKilon wtili la>c.i D , „„,„- 
It*eo5don«. Fur particular, call 



$8, or $10,000 Wanted 
yAm» r — . T „ . 



10,000 SOKT&S, 

Five Cents Each. 



TTI IB 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

The Original P. P. Stewart | 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and AnIhratite,or Bituminous Coal. 



With Now tnd Eur. L.r« Flues, .ad by the Addition 
of the celebrated Pqu, nl p., u b| .,b=i.i Buthn pi,, 

ori!."""™ b lDTlLtd '° ,B0 '»"««■«» I^lnU or snperl- 
2d, M.-.ltactoob— Every portlon-of lbs Sloio I. 



11. 


■■! 
















Iboi 


'r' 

tit 


Eco 




-S».ln S Ibo cut or tbo Slo 
riDM or Him.— In'lbo atow 


tain 
rt S 






,;';,', 


V-..r]..,.-u„„,, l .| lr( .,. i ,. 1 


n'n 


"h. 


'■'.'l 






1 III 


lb. 


r.: 


uC 


















































ea\t nod eeieltnllj huted lb 


nb r 


; 


MM 




-P.tf.rm.d.oo. ibo lop, and 


■lib 



Md^odl .H.i'ru'" 1 " 1 ' ,U| "" od ^"ha* «ai„ „.. 



M» of (I. FWUU 

p.srmvAliT.Mc 

>a NonfoUioran 
CAI.uo M. SICKLEH, 

'^£*'. .od I'm. .u w s»n Prjt 



_^| i-iiii-i>i«»,t Merino Sheep. 

H^L I ' ,, * MU -1-blncFull-blMd MnlnoSh«.iic»t 



; SaQBome street, near Fine, 

BHOOKLTS HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

Ooocral Agenti for ibo Paelllo Caul, 



STOVES, 
Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FtTTCNISBlKG GOODS, 4C. 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

New City of 

COLLIIVSA^ILLE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFOSNIA, 

oppoilto 
AHnOGH and SEW YORK, 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

FLtB been regularly laid out, surveyed, and pa 

TITLE PERFECT" 

being 

from toe 

UflHTED STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 
300 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 
DISTRIBUTED FREEI 

'o such as shall Brit mote applicnllon, nnd o 

1.J1.1UI1. i.LEA f; l)i:i;n -iv tD , lt ooca (uneoudllion- 
oily), l&iTing ii lo Ilia opiion of tbc pnrty 
TO IMPROVE OR NOT) 
. Is eipecte.l Him ibujutukinfi ui>d orthe Gift 
LolB will use llicir intluence in directing ptrsorii 

SEW C1TV AND COCNTr. 
By so duioij, they will ht the mtios of e"liu ( 
lo sellle, Ihna if ibay were to improTc ihem. 



1 Money Loaned 

To 800*1 as Boild Immediately on tho Prem- 
ises, at a Low Sate of Interest. 



SOLE AQENT8 FOR 

1 HALLBR'S » 

1 latent ^SLii-tisli-t 9 

FXlTJIT-J^XtS, 

Tbo only abtoluiely roll.bla Jar In u». 

aooioTs Hotci. Block. Ho. !!9 S>owm, ureal 

23 Sam Fbabciico. 




MANDPACTURES BEBT OF FAMILY cKJAPS. 
"** r " r "" o f Koiod and PacIHd itreati. 

PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

mm; t U"^r , -iPTioN.rioo K .i 0(U]cr , cn[ral p<ri|1o 



■'■'■' 

JoJ.b.tom 



scesiary to satisfy any reHucting mind of the jii 
^cioua selection of this m> K nifkeal site for a 

NEW 01TV, 
id norer subject io overliow from Iho floodin 
■ rise of tbo river or bay in winter, as the whar 

HIGHEST FLOOD LAST WINTER. 
bo vnst region of line country around il is rap 
ly filling up, and if Ibo uninterrupted navig.i 

i it has donn for the Inst Etc years, there Is n< 
oson why Colliosville should out became a 

Great and Commercial City, 

beiog a midway clopping-placo for the steamer 

Already, ni and around Collinsvillc, ihrro 13 , 
r a e number of Inhabitant*. They bare, also 1 
ist-OlBce, Store, large warehouse, and a 

Magnificent Wharf, 

Two Hundred feet loop; by One Hundred feet Ttlde 
$10,000. 

The Farming Country in Suiano County can 
not be Surpassed, 



A GltJ-AT ,„„1 (;i.uJ1Ii.H'^ DKSTLNr. 



Over One Hundred Miles to those who Drive 
Stock to that Market. 

|.r„j, t r,yio „.\v c„|k „,,,' .,„y: '■'l'l",'.i"" n "t nf. 

man ^intoMUufl '"T 'P "^ ]LD0Ki " S bon ' 

ni.y, };niiliTi...ri,lft,y«Lvirj 1 ( ,i,iny live hundred 

lhcrl WC r" 1 ° n ' '"""' u '' 1 10 fl ' ,lle . Ih, ' n 



Tho Very lots You now Receive may in 

less than Three Years be Worth 

Thuusands uf Dollars | 

W . would, therefore, say to ihnso *-bo dej 



FarmM of O, 10, 2(1 or 40 Acres for 
Sale, In Immediate VlclnJiy, 



TO AGENTS. 

Any person who will act as Agent, and g- 



ColUnsvilleLand Company. 

318 California Street. S. F., Cal. 
Box No. 1016 PostiOmoe Son Francisco. 



Home Jgfocelfaii]]. 



PLAMT A TIWB. 

KcAr.rn. c" pl.int .1 vlr,f ; 
Why should the virgin toil drink In the las 

Why should hli bltsilngi ihlne 
On the bara eulh, with uooght to nit npon 

Dig deep the soil, 
Ltt il behold thy morn and oveoicg enre ; 

Bend lo thy lull, 
As Ihoogh II were glad labor to prepare 



tndallltsfra-ranco Sing 
uugratoful air fall waarily; 



Thou loroit thy fallow man' 
Why tarry longer? for theinn will set; 

Ne philanthrope plaaf 
Dp! Up! Oh, haat than nothing done ssyot? 

Go plant a vine. 



(~Z„ 

TarrJocioK A!* the Siitos.— A gond Blory 13 
old nf a doctor in Beverly, who whs Eomettbot of 

wag. Ha met, one doy In the street, tho seiton 
rith whom ho was acquainted. As the usual sal- 
lotions were passed, tho doctor nsppened to 
ougb. 

"Why, doctor," said the saiton, "you Ii»vb got 
. cold. Hon- long have you hnd that?" 

"Look here, air I" said the doctor with a 

how of indigualien, "whal la your charge for in- 



line shillings," was the reply. 
"Well," cuoilnued the doctor, "just eo 
iy office, and I will pay il. I don't want 



replied : 

iflord to bury yon 

good as il bo! i 



Sooool Lea 



female teacher of n school, 
that Blood on the banks of » quiet English stream, 
once wijhed to communicate to her pupils an idea 
of faith. While she was Hying lo eiflaln tn her 
pnpils the meaning of the word, a small covered 
boat glided in sight along the stream. Seizing 
upon the incident for An illustration she ex- 
claimed, "If I were to tell you that there was a 
leg of mutton in that boat, yon -wnuld believe 
mo would you nnt, withont CTen saeiog It your- 
selves t" 

"Yes, ma'am," replied tho scholars. 

"Wall, that Is faith," said the school- mis tress. 

The neit day in urdcr tn lest their ticullt^rion 



carcass as that? Why don 


t'youTu 


a heavier 






nan Irish 


car-dtlier. "A heavier co 


t of flea 


? By the 


powers, the poor creature ca 
iltle there is on him now 1" 


hardly 


arry nhat 



A CARP. 

A period of ten years hos elapsed sieco tho sub- 
scribers first inviled public oitcntinn to Ibo pecu 
liar properties of their Potent Ajtlo-grcase. 

At Gtst their invention mudo but slow progress, 
lI and Appreciative spirit 



nrgo p 



f Iho 



California, the demand for their 

withstanding the many spurious imitations, which 

from time to lime havu been introduced from tho* 

ern Slate! lo compote with their article, tho 

L AXLE-GREASE has now ncuuired in 



land. Thosuppl 


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dfLvIul 


sable Fib C ""'"''' 


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thai however fit co 






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finrposes, and fnr 






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satisfactory Alio- 


pied 


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ul dlsilllet 


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erllce any simile. 










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forth and u.. dl«c 


i the 


no.v 


rroru 
















for ne believe 


nr"'i'n 


1 of 


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Supply, 



igbty piuo fa/eits, will yot give 



HOOKS k LAMBERT, 
ima and Minna streets" Sa'n'rnLn'jiicu 



THE CALIFORNIA FAR MEJB . 



tlarltcts. 



Wboleaalo Prodnoo Report 
TcUrepreieauUieprk™ paid by the dulr r totioftodoc* 
(Oorntied weekly, by A H.T000 1 Co.,Nn « Cl»j Hirtf 1. 

Bcf lltllo thil Is Inlorosting or definite can bo hU rrl 
aHvo 10 (ho Produce Market. Receipts tre itoodtly 01 
ins Increase, bat thai ftp not In .afHrieat quantity li 
Hoik oor Mirks!. There, ll an imprenloo Ibnl prlca 
witl'ioon decline, and in rian of Ibir, many »bo h.ti 
their Grain ready for mark*!, are holding; a eours. 



quantities 
of wheat 



r shippers and speculator, 
r, and eouiume the bulk 1 



Our city mills an 

When that oners. Walboo and other buyers aroln 

the market for Barley. Otto arrive in sparing quantl- 

rule. Hot ii attire. Potatoes in In largo supply, 

Onr Export* for the neek aro aa follows: To Bhang, 
hi; ei rslr- Helen Nicholson, S2S «w brand. HIS 
bM' 100 bf-bbla 200 hf.tacki and BOn qr. 
To Reilejo bj hark Denmark, 100 tablj Eli 
jki Potatus. To VictorlabybarkOcraol 
Barley, 159 rke Deans, 50 bblsand 13 out.i Bread. 00 hf- 
1 Ploor, 200 aki 0. 



Nor much thai is ergitiug or important is to 
ported Tor the past neck. The moat noted Is tbi 
raraor from Washington of nootber change in ttii 
eonimnnd or tlis Army of thn Potomac. Dead ll 
reported to bave'resigoed eod Oooi. G. K. War 
I of Si 01 .,-■■■:■ Tbi 



n and Bat 



"■" »I'J-' 



,s I'je I 



Oltl On!< 



to tin c 



& for Melbourn 
Oor receipt! or Produce from around tho Boy ft 

put »nk biro been u follows: Wheat 1C,30 

Barley 13.5S8 Ikt, Oats JOOi aki, Pototoci 3503 afcs, 

Floor E2SM qr-eks. Hay «I tail, Slr*< 

21 lltr, Bran 10D5 (kg, BeaOS 50 skt, ! 

CornmalSSOaka. ' V 

Alio, Coastwise; Bcana 200 ski, Oats 101 iftslffrloy 

153-1 rke. 

Wte«.*>ioo 

r=-:--f. -is .■.--,-.; 1 -j ■, 1 7,'| ^ iii. m -..ri-f»hmrr. 

adPredpiuolO'rtSf' 



grot, Obo tliertuotaeler 101" at beadquo.'Vrs oi 
lh. 1' Tl.c nr:nj It «eio B Increa.e.l *t tbo ran 
Of 1.000 a <Ja> by drafted Deo. The acoantiot 
nawa of tbo probability of a war «itb Koglnod 
|i said to bat* do foundation. . ll Is reported 
lbf.ro Is a stroog feeling In Mississippi sad Ala- 
bama, u vol! ■•• la otbor southern Statet, ngsinat 

Bcription nets. A large portion nf tho populullor 
teem to be desirous of returning to the Union 
and It la to be hoped that by thn nsaistanco o 
Federal troops, they Kill aonn have tho oppor- 
looity. The siege of Gbarleston ii progrossiog 

During Lbe session of tbo Court Martial nt Cor- 
inth. August loth, on nltereation look place br 
tn-oen Col. Cornyn and Lieut. Gol. Bowen of tb 
lath Missouri. Coroyn struck Boneo and lh 
latter drew n pistol and (hot him, killing him in 
otnntlj-, 

Tbero wits a abarp light on the 7th near Nortl 
Mount Pleasant, between a portion of the 3d II 
linui. I'.nulrv and fomo reheJi of Cbnlmer'i com 
innnd. Tilt l.itttr .rtre milled. tj ur Ion |D< 
n-cun.le.l nnj 1 taken prisoner. 

SiwTom,Au R o5[ 121b.— U,>ld wns 2C>. Thi 

e«y MYiDKoa-, Californii 



Chailciion corrnpondenoo of tho Slh soyi tho reboll 

land. Tboy aro >lei> twlldlnf inioriur line* of defuaK 
near tbo elty. About 7, 0U0 troops from tbo North hare 
landed oo Morris Island daring tho pait n«k. It was 



nmoroJ from fiomler and mounted on Jamot' . 
, and that the fall or Snmter is regarded by t 
« as certain— tbo damage done in April by I 



FOB SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 



Fine Farms for Sale. 

YOU WHO WANT GOOD "PAP.H9 CAM BBCI/RH 
FOUR VERY FINK FARUSIo the iplesdldSio J 






Life Imuranes. 
One or tbo most important of all man's i 
connected with bis temporal affalrl. Is to 
1 safely tho earning] of his tabor and busbnod them 
noil for tbo benefit or his family aud bimsolf. 

It Is ili-n one of tho primary duties to keep bla 
properly of all kinds Insured, thus ranking a pro- 
vision against thn calamity of firs. 

Anntber safeguard is to insure life, thus making 
n double guarantee against cntamlty, and secur- 
ing to thosn dependent upon bimVor Support, a 
certainty against all dangers. This can now bo 
done at a small cost at lbs popular Insurance 
Agency of Messrs. Blgeloir Brnthers & Flint, who 
aro nntr filling policies by the score as people 
grow nleer ncd Riser, etery day. 

Messrs. B. B * F. hmc mado tbemselroa popu- 
lar, and aeoored a great favor for tbo public by 
the very prompt manner in which thoy bnvn set- 
led all their louts, paying them in gold without 



Splendid Orchard 

FOB SALE, 



Fifteen Tiionap-Dd Trees, 

All or the best quality, In food order, foil bairini and 
thrifty. This Orchard rloldt r, c'oar lncoini nb-.v.i nil 
ni^ri-v ..f uirire Ihiin 25 , or cent of tho frlca nt irhloh 
H -■- iii 

Anolcirnnt KNill.lSM r., 7 r , ■ l ,;y, nritlSE, One Bam 
nn.l -i -I-I-. jh v .|.. .,,1 i-i.rl-i.il tir,.; -, n <r,\ l.- iu iir„l 

'n value tho fullo»in s li 0. Ion oslliaato oi tbo 



TRAVELING. 



Paciilc Mail Steamship Company I 



In Hi- 
Aug. S— ORIZABA, Z. S.l 

AGE, IVm. F. Lapldio, ComrMnlu I 

Jrom FoUom street nhirt 

Al O o'clock, A* til', ponctuiHy. 

A B. FORBES 

AeaatP.M. 

Corner of PicnunenUmod Lv 



11 



California Steam Navigation Companj. I 

Drfnnxri dallf /run SnuiJiMy mitrf, at 4 o'elatt, J.Jj I 

OARRY1NQ DUITSD STATES MAIL. I 

FAST AND SFLEMDID. 
CIIRYSOPOl.IS anil ANTELOPE, 



Willi.:. 



tr.-upoi.i? 



K/rf. 


o™i«i<7 l 


m.<3a, 


lts.ro for STOCKTOH 
dnjt oicoptml), IromBro 




LS 


V. !.!!:!■ 


t.llnto 


■"" 




Borne escape, b 
(hot, >rbipp.d, 

burK.^D^tlnt," 
the Rfd niter | 
aod Ihe retreat 
thus be cut olT. 


' lied, and carr 
tnl down the ri 


ng to d 
td off. 
or from 


■[>.,.,,,; 


07 th™ Arkan. 
Betides, it 1, he 


■ r..t.,..| 




trlbutorlei. 


transports np lh 


t Btreouj 


and in, 


A litter from R 
tlLiio! 4 uil« ill. a 


d d'^bti"^ m'J, 

two Pwleral oE P 
Baroride, u [( In, 
Hum F, Leo. If 


Jeff D> 

M.',.. 1 


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Ur- ,.f 






flhro 


ilng up 






VOLUME XX. 



SAN FBANOISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31. 1863. 



NUMBER 3. 



ffijfe Mifirciria farmer. 



PUBLISHED EVERY FiUDAY M 

BY J. S. PHILLIPS li f. 

IJiM-fla.TSS Ah.ur,.™, mm f=p Jloifi 

Tiui- Brn>«ll.forooiirear,»l;ror«llHi< 

oClty flfcweribera, iieUTc™i by carrier, l£t* 



To tbe visitor them 
sceoding the shaft." 






or the i 



.z; 



a of Copperopolis, c 

lliTB Ofgold, <S tfe/ncl 

! admitted to be tho rit 



II it ii lilorally iron that 
nil deformities." Any or 



[In our notices ol mine! and mining, ofwhb 

leipecled connection wi[b [be farmers of o 
lists, we shall endeavor lo giro true end relist 



visitor places em fan 
hiaeirnngly fastened u 
ihe hook on Ibe wire rope, ihen with his handi 
holding the wire tope be descends, i> jfYam, drop- 
ping dowc into ibe dark guir, sometimes spinninp. 
round like a top, at the speed of n railroad ear. 
Should the engine slop and leave jou half bit, 
id drop yoo suddenly, the vis- 
io mine of " reel." Nervous 



the views 
The Union Company h. 



iu quality and quantity or our ore 
in- being erected nt tbe Kcjstoi 



■illnererbo worked with profit wllhout it and 
: should not be expected. He nuil nol tipiet It 
ad lediu of concentrated ora — an experienced, 
raclical miner never expects sucb a thing. 

or niinej trill not jielJ their precious minerals as 
isily us heretofore, because our mines are goi- 
ng deeper and deeper and require men of a lifo- 

!e rauFt not cipect to lake a man from the coont- 



ir ibe i 



:, froi 



i:, t - .:.!!)< 



bctues thit are started tc 






Tee copper robes were first discovered an tbt 
" of July, 1600, by W. K. Heed, who was then 
filing on the farm of T. Hardy, Esq. Copper 
bstn Tonnd oa tho Gopher district, nnd had 
located in the name of Mr. Hardy. Daring 
est word bad been scat to Mr. Hardy to send 
in over lo Gopher lo do work sufficient to 
ihe claim, and Mr. Hardy sent Mr. Itced. It 
In passing, to nod fro from tbe ilardy ranch, 
Ibe Gopher district, that Mr. Reed discovered 
i Union lead. Mr. Reed had been a miner 

reverse, nntU bo atrack ibe Union lead. When 
aide this discovery be set to work lo earnest 

t s- shaft, and finding oro had It assayed, 
le others became interested with bim, but after 
ief time he sold his Interests lo Messrs. Hardy 
leader for $85,000 ; this was Iha ground now 
iid by the Union Company. Tbe entire claim 
lid In be worth largely over a million of dol- 
- Yel we presume lo soy too nOliom would 
10 temptation to tbe present owners. For- 
, indeed, was the dacanrtr ol Ibis mine, 






bee, 



if the I 



mpurei 



isndw 



t Union has tbreo large build 
eral shafts. Ho. 1 eh 
II tbe first of thn month) at tbe tin 
; tbe second shaft a 
dlesi; from the first 
tl, which are 300 feet apart a drlf 



ver, seems to bennly like prospecting, 
are being follnwed; tbe ore dally lift- 
»ve said before thn rickat copper ore 
fit Mali. It I, very interesting lo visit ibe 
logs and sea the men at work aortiog 
ikiog and separating tbe trno oro 
p Ibe slate, quant and coarse rock, and tbrow- 



& tbe good .hipping ore, Ko. 1 or 2, Is bagged 



i, where Ihe workmi 
yard and garden, wood-h 



w nod beautiful mansion is being finished 
rejidence of Thomas ilardy, Esq., who is 
t the Bast, and bis Brother, formerly of 



n building has two sets 

ifisf aid jilting rooms In 

ii lire lofty and tbe finish 



bo heated, durlo 

Tho well, belnj 

.nd is 33 feet dee 



teapied. Tbe location la pit 
a fine hill; tbe Inwn, In front 
planted with grass, from Hon 



sequenlty docs not know i 
employer justice This gi 
ruin nf thousands and It he 
load to pass unL-iplored. 

nown by nearly all copper 



practice 



kindest thanks t 
for tbelr klodno 



igblly will make Ibeii 
bo remnnks on Iheso 
Coppetcipolis," 



urtcsiej, which 



os.yet 



It of Ibe bill, which wouh 



mg prospects in the 



To Mr. Ualcb, the ! 
deiendcd wilb us int 
v of the Interior 



ofdis 



rerofcoppcrin Calaveras coon tj 
who first found it at Hog Dill 
'.rict, whilo.lo Mr. Reed belong: 
very of the Cuppernpnlia mines 



re and knowing but little of copper mining, and 
ot supposing ibat It wonld pay to ship to foreign 
ounlrloj sold ibeir claims and reellicd more 
'gold," than their brighten dreams had ever led 
them to believe Ihey should possess; but these 



id the.. 






lany leads 01 

The Union end'Tvys'Lc' a"" no 
ute not only the richest enpper 
oast, but they „e ihe wonder of lb 
ave now been worked dally for tw- 
ig tuns nf etc wbjcb is called " 



le the waste bcra will yiold 



crasta of our Stale we feel 
icoto freely all the knowled 
it shall "do the greatest good 



acts which we deem important to illustrate the 
rplno of tho knowledge of mining, scientifically 
md practically. 

Tho Powning Brothers are five, all miners, their 
alter and grandfather were miners, before (bem ; 

vna tbelr daily fond, from childhood np nil the 
erros and principles of mining was Ibeir alphabet; 
Jicroforo they can bo called miners. Four of 
these Brothers arc In California and one in Ans- 
, in the Duri-Buri mino ; one Brother, in tbo 
Pittsburgh mines of Lake Superior, and two in 
Coppcropolis. Powoiog and Brother aroSoporln- 
mdonts of tho Keystone, the Calaveras, tbo Nu- 
oleon and tho Josephine, and ono Brother has 
largo ol the Carey, nt Washoe. The workmen 
nder their cbargo aro principally Cornish mirrors; 
,nny of thorn were induced to como to tbia eouo- 
y by these Brothers, In order to mako it a buai- 
ess, for they fell tbal great advantages would be 
derived by this country and by all who employed 

holiness nnd understood It in all its details; 

auld sort nnd select ores after thsy were 
mined; and to tho Powning Brolbors our Stale is 
Indebted far many a talented miner iri is now 

Tho working part of the mino will now ba>c our 
consideration : 

The main shaft Is 315 feet deep I from this rich 
Ko. 1 oro is drawn up in tubs, by steam power ; 
the shaft has rather an Incline with the lead ; 
there ore three other shafts, nno of 350 feet called 
tbe Upper, and one of SO feet sailed the Powning, 
another nf IBO feet called tho Lower ; tho upper 



Summer Praolng. 
est orcbardist should now look to hie frnl 
i remember Ibat the crop of Trull next year I 
w forming in embryo fruit spurs, and these cni 
greatly aided nod stimulated by a wise and ju 

know the /rui(..niirs, should koow ibo differ 

ween a fruli-bcaring branch and tho ss| 

nrnncbes. Every tree in a rapid growth has mon 

or less of sap or water brooches that should bi 

tho body or ceuier of tile tree uoloss it crosses or 
overlays another branch. i The great object should 



Indefinite length, this, too, without any regai 
brnilng fruit-spurs on tbo main limbs. Th 
lit has been the fruit forms on the exlrerr, 
s of tbo limbs io great quantity which must i 
easily be small, this again can never fully mc 
t, therefore tho crop is almnst wholly lost. 



Lottor from Utah— Eatobaago. of Plnois, Etc. 
Fiiuun co-laborer in Utah, we have received the 
following letter, whiccb we lake Ibo liberty of 
publishing to lot bim tell bis own story r 

Hpilmr-L.ko Villa, Utah, July 14 JiCS. } 
Editob Oa li Fou.fr a Fabiier: 

Dear Sir: I should like to hcor from our 
horticultural friend nt Vancouver— nntlced io 
your 10 of April Number. I am anxious to in. 
o my collectinn of native ns well as cultivated 
plants. Be kind enough to post me lo tho matter, 
nnd enlighten mo ns far as passible, and, if jon 
have it, give mo n list. Could you .send mo a cat- 
alogue of any sced-hoascs, gardeners, or nursery- 
men ? I sec you copy my notes from Prairie. Farm- 
er sometimes, but never tell your neighbors that 
Utah has an agricultural periodical— is tbnt the 



ay yon 



is! bet 



ighborly, or 1 sball enmo over and 
give you oral evidence that I will be neighborly. 
Are you doiog anything in gardening, orchard, 
(lowers, etc? I »m passionately attached to na- 
ture — have iwo ocres of gnrden, nursery, nnd 
flnwers; spend muBtof my Hum 



ivitdor 



of blon 



fun I. 



■plan 



auylhing I bav 



We may pcrhnps have, inadvertantly, omitted to 
notice tbe Farmer's Oracle, published at Spring 
Villa, Utah, bm we welcnme so creditable 
nstitutinn" none tho less. As to Ibis and tbe 



dyou i 



) glad 1 






them that 
of Iho In 
bo violati 



w years. Kalure caonot Ihi 
npunity. \A Iroo, that is po 

1. Tbi thousands of broken down trci 
•here will attest this truth, nnd those m 
nifest signs of decay, 
itogothrougbtheirorcharc: 
■ will see tbe wrong they 



7e only ask gro. 
1 examine, and 
o done to their 



tnny t 



originally fine 
runed at this 



Lawton Blnokbeirlua In tho Moimtalna 

into of the iatcrinr towns in tho mnuutai 
lib so great results that wo desire to make 
nown, that others may be preparing lo cultiv, 
, and plant tho vines in December and Jnnua 
I thai is the best, although February will d 



ntiuoilly done. Tbo i 
numbering ono hood 
and Lempurato; we 



'lib Capi. Aadrews, of the m; 
*o works bclow-salccllngric 
wn labor. Tho trip ibun is i 
I "p; persona of "short wlaa' 



IT nnd blow 
stand it. Ladies pass 
thoogh it is quitoan 

mbcrtryit— somo get 

'ei it la worth all it 

regiooB bclaw. 

iloess all these opera- 



uildlngs for . 



coll en 






mgino of farty.horae-power. Tbi 
Compaoy liavo fl,e or all hundred tuna of won 

nunllag-room, for iho agent, and the new eon 
icntraiing works, In tho coarse of erecllon.com 
' — the sketch. 
Ws e P . 



Esq., we saw some troined Lawton Blackberries, 
the growth of this year; they were 1G f«,I high, 
and tho crop from tbe bearing caaes has been so 
great as almost to nppenr incredible. 

bed been gnibered, and yet iho vines bad a con- 
siderable crop and stillVcarlng. Mr. Tripp' last 
year made 20 gallons of blaJkberry wloo, nnd will 
make 180 gallons Ibis year?* This Is but tho pro- 
duct of a few vines. 

At Jnckson, ot the garden of James S. Trow- 
bridge, Esq., from 10 vinoa only, bo bod sold S3S 
worth of trail, and preserved 12 bnlt-usllon run. 



Who 



will a 



par • 

When wo Sret inlroduced ibis woudorful frnil, 

produce four, six, and eight nnart. cocb, tho Idea 

ehcropiwna rldicnled. Kow wo can show 

that have produced from a peck to a bushel. 

\Vu bop L . ibis fruit will be planted exlnnalvely in 

our mnuntnln lowna thla Auturoji, J7 w ,i[ pa ^ 

We enjoyed tbe fruit at bota/theso plucoa, and 

nwboof Mr. Tripp wo fipnd very txc-llcnt. 



rs. Olark h Perkins in ,hi, cUy" r 
loop-wash, called "Concentrated 
icco." It is highly recommended 



or roola of any ol them in exchange for 
s or seed different tn what wo have hero. Of 
i we have Douglas, Spruce Fir, Yellow Fir, 
-m Fir, Weymouth Pine, Yellow Cypress, Ce- 
Vrbor Vitto, Yellow Pino and Yew, Broad- 
id Maple, Vino do, Oak (twn species), Alder, 
Degwood, Arbutus, several species of Poplars, do 
Willows, Crab-apple, Service-berry, lIutel.Mabo- 
nia, Berberry, Mock-oraugo, Elder, Snnwborrv, 
Bucktbnrn, Gauliberln Sbellon, splendid Rose 
slocks suitable for budding. Tho above are Ireea 
and shrubs. Tbo fnllnwing are chiefly herbaceous 
and bulbnus plants: Dodacotbcoo (two species, 
Stedlvand integriroliu), Trillium {Iwo species), 
Cnmnslo, Violet (iwo species), do Dog's-tooth Vi- 
olet, Delphinium, sovernl species ofltibet, do Spi- 
ren, Lupioua Polyphylus, Monordn, several very 
beautiful species nf Terrestrial Orchids, Polygo- 
nations(twosptcies), Sidum (two species). The 
obnve prnnls I have mndo collections of, bnt there 
are many more deserting attention, which 1 bnpo 
I a ■"■' ■'■:; wr..riiui, n,. ; . .,f,.. r . This Is hn-tily writ- 
its rude manner and oblige, Yn'ura Truly,' 



lys: Wo have in nur nEcu n. 
scorpion, lately cnughi on tho desert near Fori 
Cburchlll— n nasty, ugly looking inseel, with the 
claws of a crawfish and ihe legs of a. conllpcdo, 

out," but wllh a point sharper than wic Uj a nip- 
pers are an inch and a half long, nnd from head 
tn tail tbo longih Is nbout fnar Inches, at tho end. 
of which i, a bag or sack, confining ihe- poison, 
which It ejects through a mlunto cutlod tu.be, 
similar to n setpeut'a fang. Wo beard an emi- 
grant describing the elfocts of lis ating nn a f*l- 
tow.iraveler, who was a dond mnu two. hours after. 
Tarantulas aro noleitremely scarce In this locnl- 
' iBalniorMcDcr(QSil,.nt tho Fart, 



Of tbo 



it of h 



idgabblo of bis rising progeny of 

id one of these Interesting Insects which ho 

captured, end inii.l,. ink,, i „j, t Jh . .,,.. - 

- xtare, Tlina it dan Wwen on" 
itiroly doficlont of aubjacts lor 
nra islo ry. / , — 

T„ E Sieves or SuofcT_aoware-"of oov-head- 



ruin. TluL-reforo 
yoo fnttrusl informal! 



at gift provided solute pu-cr over ihe, 



■■^■■«™^^..^^z,^^ 




6 tie op Husbandry. 
[Thi following should _have been publish 
lla regular series, and previous lo tho nrllc 
published IdiI week oo ''Breeding In."] 

In looking bnck at ibo condition of otnili 
fore toe breaking out of the rebellion, it 1 
prlilng to Bod that bo msnr styles of goods 
posed of cotton and vrool were itopnrted in 
of being prodooed la our own country. So 
rmpUd Ibo prod noli' 



is cbar 






,irely : 






cecasful. In half- 





i the 




cast in 


he 


bad 


forelgo nrlic 


earn 




lel.v drive 






market. Tb 


B wo 


s done 




mts 




when gold wn» a 


par, a 










frilril 




ompared 




rates. The 




result 


would, n 






attended the 




meat 


f produc 


ng o 


the 


ton nnd nor 




ods, oath as cot 


ore. 


al 


Ilalian cloth 


, red paddin 


ft-* »« 


men 




articles or a 


taple 


chant 


tor of which 


Iba 


sumption bn 


bee 


laree 


or years 







that the Bar bna produced o confidcrublcadrenct 
in all styles of goods in Europe, and Iba tariff bai 
been largely increased, together with the enor- 
mous rates of eicbaoge, and the necessity of pay- 
ing duties In gold, the manufacture of this clasi 
of goods, and of many other composed entirely 
of wool, cannot fall to yield a handsome profit, 
provided the wool best adapted lo their pri 
lion can be obtained. It may be well to e la 
this connection thai wool adapted to the pn 
tion of worsteds is cqoallj as troll adapted 1 
production of coarse woolens, such ns heavy 
coalings, carpels, blankets, army clolbing, c 






v grades of broadcloth, and, i 
nholf the goods Vforo by tho 
people throughout tbe whole o 



eed. Of 



mood Tor this grai 
For tbe last eighlce 



it are likely to occur 
s Cotswold and Lei 
ed as bigb prices li 



THE C AL J^QRjS riA. FABMEIl 

TronilnrjUincl FlavoiinB Tobacco. 



J that 
hey do 



iul.1 a 



tho very best Winter rood for 
Id bo Tailed each day by hay, 

,y could the farmers of that country dispose of 
rn lo better advantage Ibnn In feeding flocks of 
icesler and Cols wolds, which, 

at in all buman probability will sell for year 

ir continues will be more likely lo sell for 60 els 
an 407 Oo wheat lands sbeep aro regarded 

England and by some nf the best farmers In 
uicrlcn as an absolute necessity. Tho Hon. H. 

Randall of this Slnte, one of the ablest writers 
i sheep husbandry in the country, In a report lo 
,e Stale Agricultural Society last yeor, declares 
in our grain growing soils, al least, sheep am an 
isolute necessity of good farming." lo Ibe re- 



aby 



r. Jnbnsoil, ol Geneva, wl 
100 of the best wheat farm 
bieb it is declared that "sh 
g ought to go band and hot 
nc of the best farmers in 
ligbbors soy Ihnl "everytbl 



ous growth of wheat from the rdttSj at the 
llroD benefltiug tho sheep by o fresh\fled before 
the coming of tho Spring grass. Farmers in tho 
West Ibat havo never kepi sheep would do well 



iho cipcrimeol b; pur 
t found profitable, there 
well cared for they triH f 
rt of Ibo North or West, 



V..L,-I, I 



■ j In rtl 



ch farther north. Large crops of tobn 
.ir raised In tbo valley of tbe Cnunoci 
tho leaf^ of tbe plant is stnuotb aud be 
I suited for tbo wrappers of cigars. It 

:ouutics in Now York i thus proving th. 
,y Ibrivn in 



jl it is well kne 



occurred durlug ilic perlot 



rated in so 
soon oftor 



if tbo Commonwe 
, leaf of tobacco 
grown in Engine 



bis c 



■ 1 will find a sure n 



t fifty millioi 



o -:l, .. 



for us poislbto of the Cotswold nod Leic- 
breeds, for tbo reason that ibeirwool ispecut 
adapted la tbo production of worsted fabrics, 
lo oo country in tbe world Is tbere likely to 1 
good a demand for worsted goods for yea 






.a price 



dbyn 



eos, and their durability as compared with cottons 
render ibem eicecdiogly desirable for men ani 
boys' summer dolnlng, while their brilliancy o 
colors and warmlb render tbem equally us desir 
able in all the h'orlben Stales Tor women an 
children's clothing for a large portion of the yeai 
Wo ore informed Ihnl tbe Cotswold breed has hot 
ii tbe Spanish Ml 



III 



,s bad In 



:, dispo! 



o ni that 
353 a flock of Cotswol 
00 of the coontrj wht 
for lambs, be had for 



vesn 



and slippery, the oal 
such a policy. The person who hi 
wool for a number of yeaii finally 
it Boy longer. Tho owner of the Hi 
to cbnnge his policy, and bought a la 
buck, kept his largbs, killed or sold 
ewes, and by strict aftejjtito and goo 
to-day tbe best flock of wtrsted sbeep 
of the coanlry. 



fused 







i equally hardy, h 
a before tbe c 



-and r 



bolter 


rice for hi 


Tfool in prop 


E A ve 






n of Iba 


Wcsicr 


SWlil h*v 








nd might bo 




ed with i 


sbeep, 


f thought dcslral 


e, lm thi 








idly a, 


■ouillc, and 


ofv, 




Ho she 


P nce.pl th 






for sla 


gbtcrlog. 










cth 




In the 


oyal Slates, 


■ nd 


his nnmb 


doable 


>t least if 


tad 


mnnd fur 


suppll 


d b) homo p 


odu 


lion lu fn 




owuwool 1 






tbe far 


o of the glo 








ooic, and ha 


hr-e 




and w 


eat which h 


dJir 




countr 


OS, It would 




n-pp^cd 



> disposed of 
it 20,000,000 



lofty clifT. A reddish island in the nbovo sea, 
■s also been delected. The probability of Jinn 

lag Inhabited is greater than that of any olhei 
auet.' Its density Is Tory nearly that of tin 

rih. Tho hem and light of the sun would onl) 

lis may be compensated by an atmosphere whict 



ncsle2 8. IuRichmon 


, which hns be 


quarters of tbe lobnee 


a business, the 




s whore the Ic 


Bod afterwards made 


into plugs, fo 


jtc&t care and ftlton 


ion ore access 


proper curing of it, an 


d if the Treat 


during tbn operations 


l is very llnblo 






■heds, nnd bung in cr 




)e eiposed lo tbo drj 


nir. Tbo sky 


with anxiety during in 


cb oiposuro, sd 


not receive a drop of r 


sin. Veryfreq 



ilso used, and differ) 
r special mi.tnres. T 
'slightly sprinkled n 



i.i cylindrical packages, and tb 
o Eat plugs in powerful prcisc 
cb plugs ore subsequently plan 



number of 
getber and 
i, by which 



rly tbe i 



: ClllCil 



o place the | 



for a considerable period expose* 
tnospbero. This made the lobitc 
ules of juice appeared on its surl 
on tbe floor, nnd its taste was 
thereby. 



ns essential lo this point; 

'or some cnllurlilt, they won 

■ly bousing of their crop, 

Vory targe proportion ol" ! 



,>,.io. 



a Iho; 



ctthtl 



a than 



i fiic 



iring tho maturing process, the leaves thicken 
. fast, that in one week's time a plant, that ap- 
nently hns not grown nparllcle, may have gained 
i per cent in weight— nnd gained in quality nl- 
oil beyond computation. Of conrsn tbo injury, 
■ even mini Inss of a few of tho lower leaves, 
i.iilil be more than compensated bulb in quantity 
id quality by/Suffering iho plant lu got Troll rl- 



Continental Currency. 



W*suw (he nth 



The first 



fferonl colonies. Here, at home, tboy t 
mated al sii shillings Tor the dollar, in 1 
inia seven nnd sixpence, nnd In Sew Yni 
lilllngs. It shortly become tbo subje 
ink, nnd rapidly run dnwu to four or li 
tigs to the dollar, wblch became tho settle 




HEED "WAREHOUSE, 

(tSTiPLI-HED IN 1BS0.) 

S. "W. MOOEE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE ASP RETAIL DEALERTt 
ALL HTMIIS OF 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. 40S CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Sansomo and Montgomery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

TTIE UNDERSIGNED IMS ESTABLISHED SnrB 



The ■■ 



perlment some Bfly yoa 
ately after Ibo declarat 
by England, Masaachu 



d by Congress i 
Ion. Bills of c 
os of dollars w< 



of this MassnchusetlB en 

thoothor colonies from foil 

self from repealing tl 



e regarded o 



rson refused 
sated os nr 



?hio mnnoy formed nlmntt entirely Ihe circular 
medium of tbo cooolry, nnd until the Isse 
ouuled to ten millions the bills passed nt the 
ninal valoe, afi(r which ihey rapidly depri 

n 1TS0 tboy had fallen une-hulr, and tho on 
ir tboy only went at an hundredth of the 

lied by Iho government. 55,000 of this cut 



n with si 



nielli 



shewing by dipping iho I 



noy-dew," "owes 
i lots of tobacco, 
be beet qualities 



;e— [Leltch. 
o Luck. — Some 



luld jot regard as a diiod- 
Jonngmon talk nboollock. 



laud mor 


otbau 


D T 


oth 


ril 


totstl 


noli wbi 






nc 


nn 




o have a 
r their bq 


oek of 
plus c 


■b 


d 1 
ep 


Wl 


eedln 


iog or it, 


a. ihey 


ba 


efr 


qn 


nilyb 


ly nay log 


the co 




f , 


nd 




r of IfidO 


and '0 


tr 


tr 


rtl 


rem en 


was selling In this 


m 


rke 


at 


Ducts 



ick was to fnlull the commuodmt 
> other people os wo wished tbei 
!. They must plod end persevere, 
he taken cere of, brcante tbey a 
■f golneas. To get on In tbo wo 
ake cam of home, sweep their on 
try end help other prnple, avoid 
I, and have faiir? )„ lro ib eod Oi 

'■-■■- \/ 

11 TaMs—nKdreds and thousands 
ipla trees lu nudn]jOQi rJcvnda, nre 
beuentb their bordenjl frnlt. Th( 

.lit IrrPil tnn !....>■- ^V. .. ., 



a Qrowora. 
He, a practical 
to tho Mnrysv 



it Marysvlllc, and feeling a llvelj 
nccessfnl pradnction— having h 



tent 

my 


i— therefore 1 presume 
pparcnt nssuropllon of 


thai you will pardon 


Hut 


of your readers, and f 


r their benefit publish 


the 


liltlo oddilional light 


thntl can now cj.sl 




tho subject uf tobaccf 




% 


hjoct will bo partially 


accomplished by re- 


pea 


ng a paragraph of my 


letter No. 1, of last 


season, which reads thus : 


Now, wo come lo a 


H 


i-iilur point, ijj.i.iii the 


nowledgo of which In 


U H 


nat measure, depends tho quality of tho crop 








a full understanding nf the 




sdi 
If p 


aa tho tobacco cultnris 
osslble, somc-ono who 


, if a novice, to got 


lis 


roductlon, to point out 


thu ripening or ripened 














»n B alicr rlpo, tbo crop w 




jut 

tbe 
wfa 


d. Thus, ns it can bo 


easily enmprehonded, 


ch J ImpuTu't, Jut 1" 


n>> the knnwlodgo of 


cun 


milled, let It be In fuv 
























ely mottled or pled opo 




In 


resomed to he ready 






da to distinguish ripe tt 




uu 




" it breaks short and 


BLU 


ma brittle, we say ltd 


'Ipe; bui If lough, It 








ye 


r, end supposed at the 


irau thai 1 bad wrillun 



Lillj WIT 


atlas 


redeemed by 


he gover 












leSP than 




r.,1 It)... 


sand w 










i,.l.|i,T 














olator 


NT hn- 








IQO.UUD unrtili 










Stnloj 








in It 


hl- l.ill. 


— corporato bod 






















do a In 




Si-cr.W 
t lo Co 


yof I 


e Trees u 


v.nj ihe 


.illilic 


reilil In 


ihe ,. 


r-u 



18 6 3. 

THRASHING MACHINES! 

THE IINDERStQKED ARE IN HKCEIPT DIHECT 

from tha Slanufneturor- of a .u^rlor lot of 

GENUINE 

PITT'S, and C. M. RUSSELL & Co'i 

CELEBRATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AND GE4BED. 



loiho PaUllo. 

4,6,10, a ,,ic lla . IIors 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

PARM« M .» „„,.„, „„,„ Kii|1 ^ 
loo bororo purehsilng olsewboro. 

DEWIVT, KITTLE & CO., 



fill ,■ 



lb he ,b 



UTK-pr- nnd rill i,!ii„r. .-.!),, p,l.;,l .■■■.|. ibll 'etdp niw 
i„ r.-nlif.imi.i ,.ri, r,.( fullv fcli-ia!.- .,n[ - ...r-n b, {,:.,", 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hun K nrinn Grass; 
Kentucky Blue-gruaa; Orchnrd Grass; 
Red-top Grass ; Sainfoin Grail; 

Borrlilfa rtye-gras=, Timoihv Grass ; 

Red Clover; While Pinch Clover; 

Crimson Clorer, Lucerne, Ac. ke. kc. 
tilth iiioi,,- nntlra new ratten,, of tins 



IEET. r\ni;.\ijti, i.'Alti:uT, H.\[j1-H TlT.Vir 

L'ViT.-MUKli, MKI.nNs. l.l.fllV!. ipSIii:;j, 

T01IATO, EARLY AND LATE PEAS. 

BEANS, 4c, ic, ic. 

Tobacco Seed. . 



COTTON SEED. 

Gun no from Johnston's Island. 
FLOWER SEEDS (300 Varieties), 

btj£Tbss 

and In endless variety, Imported direct from Fsjff 



Odont of nil ability to satisfy his rn 



m 



Native California Evergreen 



I 



TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fou EironTATio.f 
THE USDER3IQKED, FROM HIS EXTESSIfl 



JtERGHAKTS IN THE TRADE. FARX& 

AND LARGE RANCH OWNERS, 

Who trlih to be supplied Id his llos. 

I'll i -nl-l rrnimmood that Oudsos ron SBSObs'*' 

LUflKil' n, ibo „„ |. -,.,..,,,.[, ,i, r ,.„ h .|, ,.,., l', ir .i'-' 
'■OI...1 ..,l,r. I.,- ,,,„(„ „„; ,;nh\t i.lSK '."-:-' 
ii'.i ■■ i-l ,,, .,n. in ,-,,„ ,t]„| r (i„|„ r , phuulj bolll" 1 

BS- The AaoaU ef Weill. F^reo i Ci 'b EierMi>J 
In takln.- Oriiera t.„ Seen U M ,e;oi,.iinj In las US' 



|«>rcc.l rtciJ. uu I rijuir ..„|,,.ii ,ni' r ,'J'J|1 ulbar M^ 1 



S. 'W. MOORE, 

SEEP WAREHOUSE 
408 (old No. 110) California «tr«b ■ 



THE "GOLDEN HABF,' 

THE "LBADElSl ,, 



The BAY STATE aud other Store*. - 

With a large auorlmeut or 
Plain nnd Funcr TIN'-WAIIK Kn-rnHfJ »* 

TiriM.-.i i[(u\.w uu;, i-,i]-[i;[:-Mii.i^. 

BAKE-CiVENa, SAD-IRtWS, 
ic. 4u. ic. 
For sale bj- , Pfs. 

„ T B- C. AUSTIN. J 

Pai.-. - Tln-Works, 321 Clay street. !»!"• B, ^M 

" San Fa>»c 1Jt ^B 



t *.. |M"= Calayo, Mumiyaot/Napauita, GiHBlIaijw, 

I 1 £ 5 . rg.iciMa.nJcbi.H, um P «i». A«emu^ sji.bu.ot, 

TUB lNIJIANOt,OOT OF CALIFORNIA 



CalifociyT 



.V[— MISCELLANEOUS ADDESDA. 

•a County, 23 April, 18S1. -Condoned. 

Now of 15 Jess, 1801. 
or Puetlni btttctm Point Huga end Pi. 



tbe kindness of tbo Rev. Father Gon 



-,,,„-3lyC 



ing nan 



d bj Cabrilln, as I 



> Ihoi 



Pdqo, Alloc, Xobsgaft Polnltoc, Nucbuc, 
Itinlgua, Xnquny (or Ajuay), Susogns 
Gun, Asimu, and Incpupn. 
s thirteen days in the vicinity of R 
num. The ledums called Cnbrilli 
h Taqnimlne. 

iries nbovc Ft. Galera nr Corccpciun, 
Sardines, vicinity of San Luis Obisr 
re Cicncol, Ciacut, Opin, Anacot, Opisl 



country between, neat Pt. Jlugii nnd ! 
pcion, was called by (be Indians Sues 

y Cabrilln. 

I nainej of tbe islands of Ibc channel if 

ir location as follows : Sauta.Crut or Lim 



>f .I.j .in I;.jJri v 



s (so 



met, Siq 
t, Setebnoyet, Patsuguibnit, Tehui.giqut, M- 

ulanunntcaet, and Cnmuluyutsep. 
The ranohcriaa of the Missions soon) seldom l< 
iro eieceded fifty auuls, popnlalion, and oftci 



Too 



: IdF 



i I'UUI! 



it Dec. 



7SH. by fathers Do la Suen, Antonm 1'i.m.. 
nd Cbrislaval OramDs, as appears in the firsl 
look of Baptisms. The Indi.n 3 of Santa Bi.rh-.rj 
ailed the Condor, Pnritwtk ; the Anlelopo ot 
lerendn, Choitn ; the Elk, Scbcoy; and the Grass- 
topper, Toe. The Canada of Marie Ignncio ni! 
ailed Allcan. 

The old missioDflry priest Informs mo that Ihi 
Franciscan Missionary College of Ssnla Crun, o 



ary c 



It 



ofoli 



■j oa the- travels and works of it! 
forth Mciico, which was publish- 
Mexico City 1794— DO. Too College "M 
ed in 1130. The CooTont of San Frauciscc 
, some city had also a large library formerly 
1830. The Juarez Government of Meiici 
a great (niiurc, as la said of 3O,0"0 vol. 



SAM JOAQUIN VALLEY 

AQHICHLTDEAI SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual Fair, 

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO BE IIKI.D IS TUB 
CITY OF STOCKTON. 

inosility, September S2d, 1863, 

PREMIUMS 

OverSixThousandTJollarsI 

BOARD OP MANAGERS. 
K. S. HOLDKS - ....President. 



of lie* 



n April 



They all c 



ha Indians of 
nrge Convent and College LI- 



appea 



Religion io 
were depositories or , 
ings from the best of 



tasters of Italy nnd 
ip in Ibo old 
pripr io 1800. 

Opining an old <uilt-\1?,- Indian grave. 
In May 1861, wo opened ona of (he gra 
Che Cemelry of Portocae shunted on the liWa of 
■■La Gaieta y Paler 
We found in il two 
gallons capacity, and a small one holding cirb 



ounces which 
atole in for infants, 
slate. The large m- 
isb alone, and slmili 
sion Indians. The c 
ill flint I 



lodian tc 



ofglaj. 



i used t( 
.etc., madaol 
.made, of blu- 
la by the Hij- 
Sjanish beads. 

ojr. The body 



M. L. BIRD - Treasurer. 

GF.O WEST ....Director. 

SAUOBL FISHElt '.' 

THE BOARD OF MANAGERS WILL AWARD 

SPECIAL AMD LIBERAL PREMIUMS 

TO ANIMALS AND ARTICLES 

Irom other Districts and the State at larse. 



TO ANT AND 



a Rosa 



tficalquc of Cabril 



Pifqueno, Puntnncntup Pntiqnio, Pati- 
S'inirau, Muoc, Filidqiiny, and LIHbiqac. 
9 that what he calls San Lucas tons! be 
e as Santa Rosa. There is great difficulty 
Inn; the Islands of tbo group at we nnw 
itm. They were all, from San Clcmcctti to 
riii-l, very populous in Cnbrillo's lime. At 
,11 port in Sao Miguel (probably Cnyler's 
) died Jean Iiodrigoei Cabrillo, on tbo 3d 
inrr, 1513, from a fall, by which be broke 
, near the shoulder. The accoant does not 

a Mexico, though it Is 1 



19 buried 



. against 

1. Tbo 



:bivcs (Smith 1 
and "IslaPoi! 
ecded Cabrillo, added 

rlclnlty 



r Llmt 



l-.-l>- 



7- Ink 



I Indian name— vide No. 9 of First Series of Io 
Zoology on Santo Barbara Coonty Indians. At 
>idlng to Hugo Reed, tbo Sas Gabriel ladlac 



llUsopcoo (Sop ooo). to.jolay, 



Cujata, N'oengnelger, Li 
alticbio, Ipte, Sielco. 
ot, Cholosoc, Itoc, Gj.ic i. 



ead to the North. 

e moch decomposed. Tbe I 

it at tbe head and feat, am 



Hon. T.. ,\. tin MIX 

Will deliver the Annual Address. 

THE CRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will tak\j|acf on FRIDAY NIGHT. 
\* . 

SPEOIAL WOTIOBS. 

. i''-:,,- IT--- 



imttcries of the Santa Bt 
iht SUicaUd Cta./ For, 



California Academ. 
lid, are often fonn. 
„jln 



irioos In tbeso sedimentary for- 
■a shore of Santa Barbara county, 
flcu found petrified nr si Ilea let 
tbe argillaceous rand bad beet 



dried in tbe sun-Jn quadrangular masses with 
cracks between eac\ such as wo overy day see in 



led with silleaciona solotioos Immediately in 1 
ncefs of drying. Other cloy formations aro s 
ited without these cracks. Many of them co 

rlcbrata. The paredonea nr sea cliff of Sue 
irbara county sea shore consist In many pa, 
immense masses of indurated clay, formed 
in layers from half an inch in thickness, to U 
ree, and ten or more inches, and they cao ess 
i taken off in slabs with a spado. Tbo way Iboy 
o twisted about and set op in nil directions, 
igles and convolutions frnm Volcanic or dynamic 



The eilicated form 
vicinity of Vulcanilo 
—that la on the at 
c rysta II; ed yellow li 



: and ft 



.all ].: 






3B*bo 



lo'thi 



r. by nollftlnE the Secretary of 



Order of Exercises. 






fo'r.schWd 81 

ompeUEanln tbe far^olDflmuit give nollca before l*t Julj 

nse^rodsDd UrleJ Fnilu, l^Wooi Wirii snj Ku«Ji. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, and Basil streets 
BAN F&AKCISCO. 



NEW COODSII 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST RECEiTVED 

A LARGE SUPPLY OF NEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 



TAFFETAS, GR03DE; 

Rich Moire Aol 

Faocy, Plaid and P 



K OaOS QHAIH 



In DRESS GOODS, 



ilk and Wool Fantajsi, Ponlln d'Aragon: 
Plata Irish and French* Pop I In ; 
PI. Id do do du do 

lain and Fic/d Ottoman and Merino. 
Rich all-wool Plaids, Freoeb de Lalno 
Mohairs, Bplngltno, Fonlardl, 



KOBE IMPERATEICE. 



In CLOAKS and SHAWLS. 



In FURS, 



Tnr Cloaks, 

Far Mantillas, 



^SSrSteiSS 






o, of S 



i Hlsjl 



| 



.Sojcay, In Los Cruets ; Sasagucl, In Santa Cri 
Islaad; bacajnmu, In the same Island, dated No 

Lblud. Bljman was on San Marcos. Xciulpin 
,iiidT8iIipu, wero camps of tbe Tnlarcs. Ti 

names of these camps were from all portions 
j lie preitnl county, as It appears from this o 

Indian's testimony, which Is conformable to til 

Of ulher person!. 
■ - Tbe following appear on tbe books as names 
) the men. The women only bavo Spanish namt 



an J Northern 
ate, predatnry 



The following of tbese rnncherias we bad lo- 


for traders and beaver hunters ante 1840. The 


cated by the old Indian Martin, udw sixty years 


Rogue river Indians wero well named by Ibo Hud- 




son Bay and mountaineer trappers. Wo have 


Janoya, above the Mission; Salpllil, on tbo 


very little doubt, tbat they often visited the more 


Patera; Aljicoao, near the Windmill of La Patera; 




Gellec, near Islet of La. Patera ; Tequopts, In 




Santai ot! Valley; Cascili, In tbo Refugio playn ■ 


dangerous as ever. . ^correspondent of the S. F. 


Ulguibui, on the Dos Pueblos ; Slslchll, in Dos 






Ibe Islet of La Patora; Cuyamo, oa Dos Pneblos 


Juno 1801, complaining "Ef the withdrawal of U. 






con ; Akoi, .n La lioleta ; Allvutnloma, near the 




La Goltta Eneto ; Sayokenok, oa the Arroyo 


in Del Norte eonnty number nenr- 1,000-just 






Lb Goleta ; Ilomallju, of Sao Fernando Mission ; 


|.<:.>ijk-ln-rf, ton, li.ive ft I.irg- prnporllon of. Hon- 



J7™r.jV d(j" ul7(0 ._We 
entiou la the card of Jac 
ton a deservedly high o> 
'lanolortes. ||£ & bY b 

■ndbas triumphed ateve 



I. sail rixMrn tbelr tr*a-o i, 



At IJ..^..., K u „M t ,- It.-,-.-, ^i.:l... .l-..fc ,., „ ,„,.,, :,.,;,, 



PREMIUMS OFFERED. 

?erf™' nr uu^ 1 " 

tft OUT OF THE BISTRICT: 

.collonloo of Apple^W umal Tirictlei 

RAPES, 



DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 
MADS EXPRESSLY FOR ODR TRADE) 
AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

SHIJctTIIJCa- LINEN. 

LIISTElsr SHEETING, 

Linen Damuk. Cloths and Napkins, / 

And Linen Cambria IlonilkVjkicfs. 
Additions faavo also been madn 

Alciandro'e Kid Gloves, Balmo- 
ral Skirts and Skirting, linujc- 
keeping Gnnds, Flannels, Blan- 



KIRBY, BYRNE it CO., 
No. ■) Ol outgo me rr, 

Near Marks t, 
Next doer to Blasooie Temple. 



HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE 

TSTEICII UA3 STQOD THE TEST IH ALL TH6 
' ' priuelpol l!o^l> lu ibe Cby {»nj \. no uinl by tbeo,) 
does^tcauUlo ,„ 7 ..( II:,. unwl,.)!,,-,,,,,, l„;,Mlcuu to gin 

NATURAL COFFEE FLAVOR AND STRENGTH. 

Pioneer Sleam Coffeo and Spite Mills, 

SSO FRONT STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 1 



ARTIFICIAL BON&FILLINC 

Eor Decayed TeoHt^ 

U !al"™f"el'^uTi*mij P 5it? I (°' lr P AcblnjTeei 

i.'i. i';i.!-u . I'- ■(.-. i. „:.!,„. :„.'i ii'; 1 i"ii" ! ,r.V-ir-'ri 

'■''I'l ,'n ll'-'ra.-'i ''.;," "' " , " ,ln!: ' I""-'- .In':-" 

DE. PEABSOH'8 HERVDJE 

■M.LIiKBTA'f 'ijpi.:n.ATIOH8 wUI rocnlro (tie porwjni 
'0 JAMES fEAItaOK, u. n. 




THIS HOTEL CAS BEEN ALTERED AND IM- 
I, and will hereafter he conduced en the EURO- 
PEAN PLAN. Boarders v 



io Sew Bar 
v Refeot 



ifllnr 



.will b 



satisfy 



onduotod in Ibo most approved style, so ai 

be most rutldlous. Tho Tables will be supplied with 

■ntlrely distinct from tho Hotel, though oponinufrom It. 
ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

Tho location of this Howl Is unsurpassed, overlooking 

he Bay, and gives ooa or the uno't projects, with 

ions of oar ontiio city and tbo surrounding country. 

SAiUl/L alcCUUiOVCIl & CO, 

14 Propriotow. 



GOLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Serenth and K streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIO A3 
■■ii-i;i-j !■■- Vaiuilief.- „nd for tho Traveler. - 
Tho Proprietor hu spared neither eipomo or earo to 
ate his Hole) one tbat shall always bo aeceptable and 
casant to all that may favor him with a call. 

illea of Rooms for Families, and by recent enlarged 
is conndont that visitors will always 



.,(!■. L-.I 



Oabb 



of tho apartmauts, by woll ventilated 
n Beds and Bedding, and strict attention 
i of Boarders ; wbllo tbo TABLES will be 
tb Ibo vary bost tbo season affords, 
is, (0 and from the Hotel to tho Railroad 



-all time 



i of a 



io the 



'itrons of tbe Hotel. Hotel open all niaat. 

3- Connected with the Hotel Is a Fire. proof STABLE 
iprofSlyfor tho caro of Bonos and Carriages or tho 
'aureus of the House 

D. E. CALLAHAN, 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lnto Woodford's Hotel— 

PACHECO. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING TAKEN 
.od well-known nnd popular Ho- 
pootfully infirm tho traveling 






bile tbat thoy 

s recently beeoonlarged, a number of sleeping rooms 
ded. aad tbo whole establishment thoroughly routted. 
idoring it woll adapted in overy respect to tbo re- 
Irmcnts of a well conducted country hotel No pain, 
II bo spared to contribute to (ho comfort of oar guests. 



A Daily Line of Stages 



■, San Pablo, Oakland, 
, and tbo Coal Mines. 

' J. D. SHIRTS & CO. 



Important lo the Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

BEKIOIA, OAL., 

Thomas Bromley, Proprietor. 



^■*S^u«'wiTi'al«ojjs ba'ln ™ 



AMERICAN kOTEL, 

TOMALES. 

:tt ElEtlS LGAVETO INFORM 




SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IH 

Pore Hew York, Boston, and Now Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vine g^a r . 

The Trade miy rely upon a pure article, of a very 
superior quality. For sale by tho Pipe, 

prceodontedly low. 

Corner or front at. and Broadway, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



13 



ffijff ®Blifmntia famrt. 



/ T H ffi OA.LIF O r K 3ST I A FAR 



Lbbi pinirripT, i""i 



ui bytolkUlBil RibKifptloDi, or puitlni 
10 Kbit yllL Bnti«HrU0Mnj»J contract 



■jtw ts send Money tj Mail. 



•mill. boltl>««™rr» 
Ibejnulrenimboriril 



rdi xuil d'lonhho-jr FHend> ■hrc*d, nnd nonld Jhey b 
(ul coU^iJwm. ibpj woeld bo ulonltbcrl, nod wben tb< 









cci-ttty iJ'Tli'lnfl 13Hm]]y, They can makn ib-jr eroded 






Pnrctuulng Agency. 
H.TU]|[b«dlbori«rf t ieool im lhln TJ »n In deiUnc 



, ; i ; i ;;' 1 - '■■■:!:', .ir.-,;,.j.-, -■- -. ".>,|..I, ,'i : .ji'i (r., !,'.,. 
(.ITr.--.. ■= (..I'hf.Ti . ;c..„.'i...!'. |.'l", r r '..,,.■.-'.',,■ '.■, ','?,.''.: 



Durham and Dmin Callit, Blaod IJcriei, Ltieu- 
ttr and Oalneald Shup, Amrrican &u and Lambt, 
and other Stock, far tale Bet adualiimrnU in (it 



Times of Raiding Fairs far 



J&rlttn ifelriet—Al Marrsrille, commenting BtpL 



/-'■,.-,■ /(.-,<., 



Rjl7«j_At SioLa Clara, comi 



I-iMv:! I-".,!,,, ,,|.:,r„ n „ lif v ,,, „[ lK , ,j U , n[ °!'; 

I03y CGDpllih! llio llil for tbc S(4le>] 






if I bo 



o Sail. 



riay, Sept. If, Tin 
Kliilou. four day.. Too eitli.oi Eobcrnlly uf Calilar. 
nl» and Wajblugton Terrlliry, in Invited la atteuc 

Help (or the Fair time. 
Emir grain-grower should prepare bandaomi 
sheaves of wheat, barley, and onis, of all their 

good advantage, and (tier alio add mncb id (bt 
appearance of (be Hall. Every fnroier can do 
much 10 aid in Ibis tester. If they Kill onlr lr 
Farmers f hnuld laEo pain, to pr , p .„ lhdr b / B| 
specimens io nil branches of their builucsa ; ihy 
should alio bare every article correctly labeled 
Ihiieuda to (be interest .terymncb. 

Fnrracra, orcbardista, nod gtudeners, can nlwiy, 
idd 10 (he general Interest by the preparation o 
(ha delatlj of (heir a»ooar ofcultieation Bicry 



Tf: 



_ Conpeiopol It 
CorrBBoraus may wlib truth be said to be one of 
tbe neatest, most orderly, and Wit mining towns 

view la always vfirj pripoiiesaing. 

t»eeo*aod 1«. jTheti rue .otoef.,*,':, id', „,.„,."'„ 
lo.bed,„rlct. There U no church ; tb. people 
worship .1 tb. scbool-boe.e. A BVm und ' , P 
did acbool-house Ml he built soon. Mr. J, nraT| 
of Ibe Union mine has offered land, ond w|U con 
tribute liberally in money alao. The stores" 
■(ablea, market, and places' of bosincal are all 



nresstotheeitiMM orging'the Impresjr. 
■Uret in(p the Coahderala ■•e-rjc*. 



Ramblea in the Country,— No. 9. 

a often do : go back and gel what wo lefi be- 
nd. We omitted a few important plocca by 
eana of diiplnced notes. 

The tan crcninp at Stockton ivo rode oot (o 
pit afoir plocca of worthy loiereat, part of 

ml, let D9 correct an error io nemo : for J. V. 



rgo nod Boo oaks. Of tbia farm, 300 BCrea 
wo to wheat, GO to barley, and of this 100 
i] summer-fallowed, yielding (he Iplcodid 
at ol from 50 to €0 bnsbele to the acre— tb 
item for formers (bat plow tbrco nod four inch- 
deep nod plant late. On tbia farm trn3 
rreatcd 75 torn of hay ; there ore 2E> bead dairy 

stock, 10 brood marcs (Roe Blackbawk JlcCrack- 
■lock), 2t> work honea, and all tbe egrlculturn 
plementn (o carry oo a farm as it ebould bi 

The whole ma((er la summed up io (ho worda "i 



R. 



e farm well managed." 
cat A Brother's farm, o 
HOuacrea in all thai la i 
■..1 waa o. good crop. TEi 

npred wilb pleasure a 






lection of plant 
we noted a Spi 
m Japan by Hi 



Seedling, Seckel, Flemish £ 
" HI, nil bearing remarl 

dryoeBs of (be ! 



a lost. The pro 
ir pretty cottage boose is vfry 
lundinga every «ny gratlfy.og 
loterlaioing ood pleasant one 



ad to Copperopolia. 
ror; the types said 
>uae, they should h 



suppliea Copperopolis ; 
ind has egga, : 



a dny and 60 persons ore led 
daily nt this hoo„o. Tbc orchard bns 100 trees, 
Tor properly, and no TcgC-oblcs of any 

ack of hogs raised, of Berkshire, Bssei, SulTolk, 
nd Lei cca (era hire. Mr. Kelloy Is a workiog moo 
id makes bis farm tell. 
J. 0. Bon It, ocar the 12- mile house, hns a very 



lukinp 






isbmeoL He Is alao carpenter and general wot 
rig man; can torn ont as good wagons *J e 
hop, makes tbcm usually or i and 5 tuna ; I 
elgbbors aba'old patronlco homo work and ho 
rorkers. Mr. 11. has o pretty cottago bou 
id eoil, and good crops. 



X*v> 



Ifrni 



r oil t 



■L- lull,. I 



plnma, npricotj (la(e), appli 



f.1.] ;< -\. 



ind sod 



'dona anu pcaehea are osedje 
nrrresjing ftteiert foe tie D 



Inrrreaaljig Interert foe tie District and Conn(y 

Paln- 
W. are glad to oulice the incrcaeiog Interest felt 
for- (ho District nnd Coonty Foira all over the 
Stale. Tblaisasit cbonld be— aomefirii- and 
the only way to build up a good Stale Agrknl- 
ty, ond have a good Slate cxblbitlGn, is 
tbe lnca! societies Grit nroa. 



rocs. From dies 
.1 (ha( will build np i 
oisallon. Wo bop- 
no(y will work for tl 



orkiog o 



WCoiuteiiM received in the Mountnina. 
W«>annotej[ 1 reaa[neu haodallhnw muoh . 
grnu'ful for favora received while wo ore Ira 



dirbted for 



progre. 



rapidly I, 



»i but while n 

= («ora, we know that those who 
teona and obliging, are amply repel, 
bceru.; torn [ g but a anre indi 

i breeding and a well cultivated ml 

ilural fc 



irm were whlnwashcd. Upon ioqnlr 

raniod Itwaslo kill tb loaecls upon t 

bodies of ibe liecs. We would advise aU w 

LbelfVeeumw covered wlib lime in =■„ 



Cleanlincaa of tbe bark of n tree 11 
Unesa of the body of humans, win do' m 
"« health and jemovo Ike, (oan.any o 
tlve wo have heard of. 



Our Absence. ! IrBtnto &s riDult,lral ^i*' 

We havobeoo objen( from our Ediiorlnl Booma The Secrotary of (ho Sui(0 Agricnlliiral Soc 
four week, this day, on a (oar of practical ob- | Mr. Ho.g, in company with Wilson Flint, 
Miration among the orchards, vlneynrds, and j has been on a visir (hie week aa a commitel 
fnrma, In (bn mountain diatrlc(s. Onr object has Santa Clara Valley, tokingtbls city In theirco 
been to make a enrofni eiamlnMion of tbe actual We lenrn from Mr. Hong, who made us a plci 



3 






upon thi 



mo. Wehov 
many, rery 
ball lay befc 



cullh...i 



cry gen 



ith profit (o tbi 
We hove received many kindnessra, nod every 
facility in the prosecution of oor labors), t 
hearty cooperation In oor enterprise. Fo 
many now subaoribors wo have received, and 
favors alao, wo feci (ruly grateful. 

Oor routo has been from Stockton to the ml 
Copperopolia, thence ,to Murphy's nnd (bo 
Treca ;" from (hence to Vnllecita (partly desl 
by fire Inloly), Angel's Camp, San Andreas, , 
sod, lone Valley, nnd Stockton again, with 

found large farms, orchards and vineyards, 
farms were prosperous, tbc orchards ovcrh 

crop (ha( will mnko the wine- presses goal 
cw wino." Wo found It 
wi(h plenty nod c 



A Clara Valley ft 



clmr,] 


sts, and stockmen, locln 


O'Do 


unoll, Adams, Bajcom, San 


rs, a 


d others from this city, 




nlion of oliiblling at the f 


ularlv 


o reference to the bounties 


Slate 


for Sen Products and Ms 


most, 


if oot all of which, (hero 


. Wc 




led in 


other sections for tbe Fair, 


* ara 


mt i( will be a good one. 


Depa 


(raont a fine exhibit of 



The Secretary furnishes us wilh (bo following 
SPEED PKOCKAMHE OF THE STATE FAIR. 



icTcais os IoeLj.MiL--J. Ross Browne, wfa 
utely returned to CaWornih from bis Buropeao 
•a bis trip loTfcoland for neit Tues- 
l Piad's MnsicTlall, whero he wit | 



: 



-riplior 



ind oddili 



Of I< 



(hern scenery, will no doubl be visited by all 

rending and thinking public. 

f course every one has beard of J Ross Browne 

hie writingj. Helms seen about js much ol 
world, and (urned his bands In as many oddi 

ends of human enterprise, aa any man within 
range of our knowledge. ITo ci 



s, by on e. 






of his put 



hecapaci.yof 




which he gra 
medicine. Hat 


„.,ll, ,1 
liking t 


Congressional 
capital of fifte 


;'«;: 




:onniy. Will ibo horse 

.sides, or whore (bourse may" To^ido r^Z 
plying (o tbl, Inquiry (bromb (ho r, rni ,, , „ 
will much ohllgo many reader,, n, «,.„ n , ,„'/ 



»t a 3} cla ... 






Tiliii 




— 


,,.,. i'^',,'" 


Oss of (ho 


mos 


Sm 


orUnl of 


ell ma 




cooneclod witb 










safely the e 










no Aaso- 


well for the 




i .,. 


hi.,, ,.,,!,■ 


,,,-i !,: 


nunihe'ro'f 


Properly of 


■Ilk 


Ml. 


,!.,!"!;', r it 


i"'mak 



"«!ei:i:i^:; n o , ;;, 1 :Ti h ; n , 1 ^, lj : J1 u e f r .^r"^ 



bnrnod to de.lnf " ""° "" , '' ' c ' 1 * LavVbTn 



ssrs. B. B. A F. Ii 
mdaeenred a 
try prompt ,. 



Incton JNrket, < 
prlcf. Wo writo frort 



d k Kneller 'a stall, 1 



' 



I Noun C«a!Cifli roa tbi Perns.— A mi 



THE .CALIPOBNIA FARMER. 



13 



Copbtrbends of the 1 
Bpao.iulc with the So 



N. 0., 

ily in Ibo First and Second 
«, m n-bich resolutions were 
r people absoltcd' from any 
the Jeff. Davis Confederacy; 
ami denoaniine; the 'peace' 



i OF ADVEBTIBrKQ. 






A TRIP TO ICELAND. 

Od Tuesday EvaninB, August 29, 

MR. J. ROSS BROWNE 

WILL DELIVER 
At Piatt's Music Hall, 

L E C T TJ It E 

ON ICELAND, 

ILLUSTRATED 

DY A SERIES OF MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC 



;» admitting a Udj and gentlemen 

j admitting children oador 12 (mn of n 
so hid it the BookMorej nd at the doo: 



ri '.-. -J ■ I v ■!!■;■ ■■■.-■] | r.:-D.-. .d G^r.'iict .,1 iLk' j[.]ir'.i: fa- 
ll draft. 

lo t.,1, ri.-nt ! ■..,.■.■ r:;.-. r,rl ? r .,,.|:. fi-.-.rn ?." . 1 1 c llr '. Id 
i\ 'Iv .!■■. Ci* c.if.ilal uf »'ill; ( r.'.Ti Monty, 1 1 1 n-.itj' 



Kdlj I'.-" important to oars 
nlojruM l!.i -..ath-.e.lrrn CO 
ho bu itigvg practicable. 



try, which this upcdl- 



1 1 V Bt>B 
Jifc IS 



IVe-vv Singing Book. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE," 

10,000 

I SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

adenofCholra.iendordorj immo- 

A. KOHLER, 

_El=aMr< Mails Deal er, Eas Fra-otico 

HOLLUWAi'S PILLS AND OINTMENT 

I CAS' ALWAYS BE OBTAINED OF 

CRANE & BRIGHAM, 

WHOLESALE DRUCCISTS, 

Corner of Front and day streets, 

BAIT FRANCISCO, CAL. 



WM. T, COLEMAN ti CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANCES 

New York and San Franoisco- 



Bin's Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. 



fy 



MILITARY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Sashes, Et 



■EUALIA IM*H E 

BoUt, c»j». 

^fa ' SocUUa, < 



HAYNE8 & LAWTON, 

«n mPoaTEES 0F ~ 

VCROCKERY, i& 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plata d and Britannia IV arc. 



BAGS I BAGS I 
LEWIS & DETRICK, 

CLAY STREET BAC FACTORY, 
So. 113 Clay Mreet, 

BETWEEN DAVIS AND DRUMli STREETS, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Macliliie-Se , cu-e ci 

GS-ira,in -Bags, 

DUNDEE HAND-SEWED BAGS 

WOOL BAGS! WOOL BAGS!! 

FLOUR, SALT, OEE, AND SPECIE BAGS, 

On hand and made lo order, 
ffnter.prcof TENTS, eoQitnntly on hind, 
Coentry Merchant! and F.nocn mpplW it Its 



TEE NEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 
m HATSI HATS] g£ 

I .lASIES c. COLLINS. .(IFWT ir/ili* 



New Spring and Summer Style of 
SILKHAT FOR. 1863. 






DR. EAOWLES, 

dentist, 



Office Horns: From 9 A M., to fi P. K. 

ALL WORK ttea TRRMSOASn 
WARRAMKLI ~«j-jj- 1-iKisuKui 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



EVERY FAMILY" 

Sewing 1 Machine, 

And EVERY OSS Buying a SEWISO MAOHIKE 

SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 
As It li Iho MOST ECONOMICAL, and li 

ALWAYS SATISFACTOEY. 

An Elimination will pro™ to any one that 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

With !u nnmerOBi trapmroment. 

IS1HB SEST 
Of all the various kinds of 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

Eni offered In the Unlet. 



It is TTiiequaled 

In Iti simplicity and cue of manageioiot, 

AND THE STITCH 

—Alike on Both sldei— all acknowledge to be 

THE ONLY PEHFECT 

Stitch fee ALL Family Sewiop;. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From the lowed price lo Iho higher! price, 

IS GUARANTEED. 

Before porohos lee, call end examine, or 

Send for a Circular 

From tbe OFFICE, 

Cor, Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWORTH, 

AGENT, 



GREAT REDUCTION W PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Sell Cheaper than any* House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WIOKS. 

CAMPHENE, 

JJUUNI.VG FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET. ILLUMINATING OIL. 

SPERM OIL. 

LARD OIL, 

MACmNRRY'OTL. 

RAPE-SUED 'OIL. ' 

CBINANUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, R<nv and Uoiltd. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OTL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 
. i TANNER'S OIL, 
Ac. da. *c, dto. 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

WABEHOUSE 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

EG HOTEL AND FAMILY SUPPLIES, 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Fresh Cotto n - Seed. 

1 00() 10|,N " ; niKSIl SEA- ISLAND GOV- 



1 ■>!■ -"1 il'-'l i ' I li Id- . .-.-nd i. l -.-.,:„r ! (..','iilVir"iv,[| 

<in«into Caiif., r r,i„ >!,„ TiK-T:' t'°'n'u ;;"k -■'. .v.";!"' : " 

- •...■l-..-.,. L -. !fl r,,llv ,,,,!:,. I l,f V M.ic.Ko 
' " \""-" ' = A - ■■■■ -I i< 



N. B-TheiXtoo f r0D , -bL-b ihl, Eeed -aa lake 
Hd in New York at SI !..,„. r, „., ,!,„'..„ 
erlerqaallty. 

COTTON - CUBTSL 



EXCELSIOR COTTON-CINS, 

Cotton and other PRESSES, 

."■*°™™ T > pKAlT"u"^D HARNESS, 



then in kupb for ilili or. 
W the Farmer Offl'c'."' 



C. E. COLLINS, 



American Watch Factory 

f WATCH EEPALRING 
AT NEW YORK PRICES 1^ 



Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUFACTUBBfiS 
GjB aodlthporleniol ^J fm&i 

™ HARNESS,*"* 

IS addles. Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Noi. 2X4 and 216 Battery Btreot, 

SAN FRANC/SCO, 

»- To correct an, erroneom Iroptculon which nmi 
may have, no ertib it nndotatood that although no kcor 
the Uriel Wholeialo Stock in the coontry, (real 

tlon and b.nellt lint thoy can at imallnr tstabllih. 

PARKERS and others will do woll to call on nj 

iuftincimlnoff.rin,: ,;,-..]. j-ri.-iiuced RATES. 



ZOTi.IV As CO., 

GENERAL A0EKT3, AHD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 

11 BEEKMAN STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

BtKcj .»! Eun>e"l pircbiuc u d nil ™, Hind el 

yon 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 



INTERNATIONAL HOTJIL. 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' Landinss, Business SIrects, 
i*ir<fcu or Amuoomcnt. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, ■ 

WARH AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 

ThoronebK Ronotated and Newly ForoUbad this 
S].:tn,' EVliriY it'rMH n|'K';~ fi. YH !: 1.1 1 L H i' 
aqilAIU Evorv li-.n, I .■ furm.li. .1 -ii|, : , lii.t ...j-.li'y 

l>i ;"i-rir.,:-IJ.d -jr,-l lljir M»r lru .,. "u, i n |.. rril . 

n !.-:i-i!i:ii r'i\['r['v l Ri."^i' ",'T l\', '~':i;' ~A 
GOOD A TAllLH (■ any Heu-o In the City. 

I an determined lh*t lU IsTianrius.il ,bill h, 

■- ■ — ■ iinen of - 

l-.rill 

l \l 

F. E. WEYGAffT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 and 420 JACKSON STREET, 

Tblt flro-pn.-.if buil lia ( [,-,.-.,.,,», m , lny ailvantaju 
|.,.b,-rr..«.l. : rf..r.:.,r,vcnion,-;. Ir L, unij (j a I r .,1,1.. ■: 
fmm the Pwt i>B,-e iui.I C.i.jm ll..„ ,. „ni about tbe 
tamo dirtai.ee fr-.m .be firiofir.il |,1„,~3 of amujeroeol. 

The City Railroad Cars Pass h Door. 

The Uoureif cooduelfd on TEMPERA\OE PRl.-.- 

CII'LE;. ..liicb.-rjre) t« ,.ur iiug ntJUIEI. 

The prieoi Tor Board and Roomi ora y«r, moderate— 
t. s ttic Li..,-. M...-.I. ,. r wcuk. HI. -"LICIT a ... ALL 
FROM ALL. 

F. E. TfEI'GAMT, Propr. 

For Ibo icoooim.vKtii.r, ,.f m .him- tut -t. I have token 
ontbet«"ffmi'.J,'Hi !'. , . , ^ ^ ^ 1 '!. 1 :. , ! l .^'. ll ' \f!i t"'!:-':!!'' v.1;b^ 
I„n:m:.Li..-, ,1 l.\. ,,l. v, I I.-, r'.llVc^ I-. ,',l!,r' r ' IJ. ,'^,1 '^',,b 

IhelrRDEgttge, FREE. F. E. WLYGAI>T. 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 
JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

—AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AMD 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS. 






«n Agricultural Impb 
S.mplc, Price Itiu, 



ZORN& CO., 

SAN Fit A.\ CISCO. 



PACEtECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop, 

L THE liK|ii:Hsl.,St.Ii Dl'-llti: TO CALL 

THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 

'. h 'V 'v; .' ',' .'' ' ,', .,'■.■",', ", ! 'j"' '■■■■'^i | i'-' r '.'i'^ 

A NEW CANC PLOW. 



EVERY KISD OE CABT1N03, 

* in? 7.1?^ taoS a "ie: t " nr " m r,io " b y " 1 "' lb * 

, b , STiSUIBII <<I QALTON 




Fnse, PitDh, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars, 






Attention _Hay-Balers I 

BALING-ROPE. 

SOI) Coin Bnperlor Buttrn Bnln-Rcpe, 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 



-ilir, ,. 



Brtnj Whoa- 



Flour, end ether Dolueitio Produc. 

-&. dvcincos 

Mule on arproved .MoreWdiJc. 

„ W«. T. COLEMAN £ CO., 

■ ** Pruprlotari. 



THE C 



Xlipoenujaeme 







WHOLESALE ABD RETAIL DEALEE8 IH 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANG? 

HI GEOCBEIES, 

Ship stores, Kanch and Farm Storeq 

Klisrx>, AT LO'W PEIOEB. 
Iho calcollon ot onr slock of Goods. Many artlclo) bis profiis! , 
SPECIALITIES, for our 

IT- A Ml 1 1, Y TH.ADB, 

SUCH AS— ,,,„ - h „i co kinds 

old it\% °°h, F ™'r„t;i ,r»f;i..b ,.. «.<«.. ..... ... f.. U7 ^ 

SUGARS P." P.r."^. Crush.a, Poured, .nd .tar, ch.i.e varltlj. 

PRESERVES, WW J™. M.d Pr.l. .1 .11 bl.il.. . 
SPICES Ipnnm.rohlD ood for every ubo. SIRUPS of tli. very obolt^ 
BUTTER S. CHEESE It™ "■■ »•» «l.bt.»d DUrlt. | • !», ob.tol E^ 

BONELESs'l^mNM,". »■> 1.^ ' SPANISH OLIVES, ., ..,,«„„ 

" HERKIMER COUNTY CREESE, i 

,1, oipecially for 

rlment or Iho lion 
- piido Id L-ivo (Ml 
Palror-j light nuJ 
rl nf the clLy proiB ( 



BO WEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streeti, 
San FrandiH, 

BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY,] 

FIEB AJSTD LIFE. 

OFFICE— Northwest Corner Montgomery ana Sacramento gtreeal 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE IDEF^IRTMEJXT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,00011 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF ItfEW "S"ORK: 
Purely mutual. The only Stock Company in America ahon Charter procida UiataU the proGliiU 
be divided pro rnla among the policy halderi. 
Policies bt nil) at thli Aionor without the uaual Jolay or londine •ppplicatloni lo Now Yotlc. 
Roiiienco Id Cnllfornln, Oregon, and Nevada Torrilorj, noil tramil lo noil from Iho Sulci lo CifiSB. 
fllhoul tain, charge, Dli-itlondj a,>[ilied lo payment of Premiums or added la poller. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF HAETFOBB, OOJNT3NT ; 

California Frco of eitrfi thnrgs. 
This Compicy declares EO per cool Diridonds annually, ood tho Assured con ir ho doiirei gin ■ out 
rme-batl thn annual premium. 

Boolunnd PamphlnU containing full doliils of Iho syi torn or Lifo Insurance, can ho hod at (he AjtKy. 

The Cheapest and Bast Life Insurance Company in the World! 

J^IIfcE DEPART31ENT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFOKQ, CO WW: 

ASSETS, $1,000,000 1 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OP POLICY H0LDEB3, 

|50,000 ! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK- 
- - - - 81,600,0001 
IjGttei-s of Credit for ^SS40,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co, Seourity Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, Park Fire In.orar.ce Co. 

Arotio Fire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board of References : 

FRBD'K BILLINGS, Esq. j. p FLINT Esc 

HENRY CARBON JR., of pi^'p^ * Co . 

of IV. 1*. Culcman J: Co. LOOIS McLANE Ebu 

ANDREW B FORBES E„ 15X * 0.. 

t,r Forbes & Babcack. C. B. POLUEtlUS P=n 

JOHN H. RBDINGTON. Es q, U " B " ™^7a1" p \<c &. 

JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 
Sun Francisco. 



of RtdingWa & Co. 
J. D. KITTLE. Esq., 

of Hottiit, KiLtlo k Co. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 1 



Galvanized Iron Lift Pumps, 

FOUB, SIZES, 3, 4, 5, and 6 IHCHES, 
Stock's San Jose Patent Tali es, 

WARRENTED TO RAISE WATER 12B FEET. 
H>do and Bold only by 

CHAS. C. ERNEST, 

Conor of Main and Snltor 1UHU, 

STOCKTON. 

Doane's Hay-Press! 

ii-i'-m— ' ' '.'.''^!'':, .'■"■;',' "**■' '•it \r 



Twenty-five Cents! I 
AMBROTYPES I 

JOHNSON^ 

First Premium GaUefll 

' No. GiO CLAY STREET.„S,i5 FBAKC1S* 
FOR 35 OEKfTa, 



Photograjihs Tor 83 per nt * 

WcD-ilud Phnimrapbi. Ho aamo htrttoff. 
jITm Bolum fur tho Or.. ri . rr , "ill tif" 

larger or imiUorslios in nroporlton. 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG- 



Bctvare of Impostors ■ ' 



Hi, 



Iho iiitvoinanl wllh UEOHUE II JOiiNSON fl 

S. W. SHAW. 
JE*orti*ait DPaiixtel*' 

N amber 15, M iloor, Mtri:nuiil,. I.il 



THE CALIFORNIA E ABMEB. 



15 




ITRE^JDWELL & OO 
LIST OF MAOHIKES 

FOR THE 

HARVEST OF 1863. 



iTr.'-iiv- M'lV-TTI-ImnrOTtic; 



LI"' 



MOWERS: 

dttixo on. FARMER MOWER, Nei> M<cbIno.»ell sposM ffi 
UNION MOWER, ■' " Folding CnttineBii 



HOWER, 

COMBINED MOWERS AND REAPERS: 



Elill 



irriOTi 1 -: = FL"i\ 



r ELL t CO'S JO, 33 *m 



EAGLE 



THRASHERS: 

S*™L SPKNCKR'5 Genuine 30, 33, ted K-lncr, Tbnabon 

>,»»nu»-iq<:ariuuh*n. PITT'S Pun™, do an do 

8-horie Thrash art, EMERY'S 2 and 4 -bona Thrashcre. 



HAY-PRESSES : 

GOVE'S, >nd ISOERSOLL'S Ilar-f 
EXTRA CASTINGS for the ibcvo Machines. Bolllni— Rn! 



Lubber and Lnitoer— all ilies. 

TREADWELL & 00, 

CijtfirniU and BaUory uresis. SAN FRANCISCO. 



ftWHCt"' 



i fortune. Apply n Urn PARK 



Wanted. 

A HAN WITH 83,000 at 81,000 TO TAKE AN IN- 
"".:lir, ■ ;:,; !... ,.,,!( „l I..-,, . .,,,.,,, 

M»[:.lrlr,., ,■.(:■■:,: ,['„!,!, r II, ,.■,„!- IS., | „l„„.. 



■ or $10,000 Wanted. 



ffSKiV! 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

The" Original F. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

Summer ni.rt Win]., \ii-iii,ii[ 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or BilaminoDs Coal. 



10,000 SONGS. 

Five Cents Each, 



Swki.^. 






828 Montgomery street, 



Wllb Nia 1D .l Bun Larn Fluca, inJ bt the Addition 
a the ccleBrHcJ I'aHnl D,.nbl D -.bccl l;„1..,n, Fi.j, 

Attention Li invited to the followinp paints of .nporl- 

1.1,'DDBiB.LiTV-LmiinF, with proper earo, mleail 
!*««. Suits, act nun In us that -its «I op | D 



r Hs.T-In the : 



Mo, ud oied or thrown 
no* Ftm— By "bleb a 
ontly bested than by any 









a lbs 



wltboi 



9l8 ij ot lv'.Ti=ri ; .'«rnvoiii''* ; . l n°f^H'i ! . Closi 
"i.j .'U J,*"' 1 r ""■ )me » l . eu|.j.it c .j fcy t ho nuts beat 

t- ;" .'';. -V S;"sJi*^ - * B ■ r "°» n, " nl fo < "rpirin* 

>*^nMr"" a ^bi'h° """"J""" Lid1li11 ' j "'« 1o 'be ow- 
M.'i',!!-!''!'..,^!'-'^" l ' , - | ' : " !, "''" ,> ' 'l' '.^TKV.- .", !; r .",■..'.,'■! 
9-3 4MB CALEIJ M. SICKLER, 



—jajj Fnii-b] aDd merino Sheep. 

W«W Pimu wliblnj FlII-I.L. .„J M,,i„., Etc,!, run 
characurfor uli. Address Enitoi Film"' *zo™ 



GROCERIES, 

WHOLESALE AND RKTAlL, 

I^-or Cash Only. 




PERSONS, and mum pirllcolntlj Farmer), employ- 
, u .- in.ln l„lir„r...r„,„L., I [,„ tin. i. ..aid -uio 

'i, f'.rlb-:" :ii'io , nn mi ll'i'.-ii..' . [■-,■■■. i HHr. i\\ -.]( 



odilT.r.ni l-m-iiNS 






SAN FRASCISCO, 



Wooden iv, 1( ,.. i-..', „■, 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For Hale J3y 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 




No. 123 SaiiEome street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRAKCISCO. 

General Aj-iraUl for tho Pacific Canst, 

STORES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FLiRNISBIXG GOODS, &.O. 



FRUIT-JAKS, 




PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

rp»E J UM''rLirri0N.[!O(jKj. J lii q t>c.v.t™i FmrMo ilji 



1 "obwilptloni bojondtbi 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

]Vew City of 

COL.I.IIVSTIL.IjB, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFOKMA, 

opposite 
ANTIOCH and HEW YORK, 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers I 

IUa been rtgulnrly Inid out, surrcrcd, nmi pal 

TITLE PERFECT" 

beiqg 
.A. PATBKTT 

ftoni ibe 

IMTK!) STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 

GOO 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY! 

DISTRIBUTED FREE! 

To focIi ns shall first mnke upplicollon; and a 
Lii.MiL), CLi;.M( l.ii:i:H B ivcn nt oncn (uncondilion- 
nlly), leavlnc; il to Ibo opiion nf ibo pnrty 
TO IMPROVE OR SOT; 

seeking a Homu in Cnlifornift, Lo Hie 

NEW CITV AND COUNTY. 
By so doing, thej will be tht. menos of getting 
more Lo settle, tlino if iticv vara to improvil tbem- 

Monev Loaned 

To Sue 1 ! as Bnild Immediatoly on the Prem- 
ises, at a Low Bate of Interest, 



HIGHEST FUMJII LAST WIYmi. 
The vnal region of fine eoumri- urmmH n ti 
idly filling 

u it hmdnii 

reason whj Collioevillo e 

Great and Commercial City, 

[t being a midm-By stopping-plnce for tbe Bti 
dsil)' from San Fruncisco to Sacramento. 



Magnifie*nf Wharf, 

Two Hnndred feel long by One Hundred fe 

&io,ooo. 

The Farming Country Id tolaao County can 

not bo " 



in, surrtinnilcd b)' Bo nog 
■I lil.uriUjUS DESTLNY. 



Over One Hundred Miles to those whoDriv 
Stock to (hat Market. 



l..r.| in i,-iv.- ,.;.■!!)■ m. I,,,,,,,- ]„,,, DIJ , | 1[lur ,i„ . i,,,, 
monj will bcnetual aetilcrs?" 

Wby, b - t „!l.l,„.n, ,1 liy K iv.n^ „i r ,ly live hundrc 
!..!,, «■,.■ ..i.lii i,,,!,,,:,. oilL- Iiii,,,|i..,,I i„ mil,, ,]„., 

j;iv-u ...ly, and tboje holiIln B tbe retnalning lot 

The Very Lois You now Receive may Id 

less than Three Years he Worth 

Thousands of Dollars [ 

We would, tbcreforo, any to Lboso wbo des 
Broil themselves of tui* liberal offer, to addn 
ot their earliest convenience. 



TO AGENTS. 

Any pemoo who will act hb Agent, and get up no 

'■!■!.' I,,:! :!',uC'\'.'^iZ, \u,'!„ ";< ^V, r"".'";" *" 

Hocks and LoLs, or Ililli, or any otln-r in!' run 
ion, please call on, or sddres. by mail, or wpre.s 

CollinsvilleLand Company. 

OPPlOBi 

318 California Street, S.F.,Cal. 

Box No, lOlfl PostiOflloe San Francisco. 



pjpteratg SJmitlitrji. 



X BAl.LAD.-rB 


OM THE SPAHISB, 


Blow 


light, them 






My 


lady's cooel 






Blow 


Igbtly there 


yswin 








my lore 




Lett. 


rude blast 


o fonnd 




To 








Unto 


1 around s i 






An 


drowsy urn 


mur ke. 


r- 


Ofly 


than balmy 


air, 




An 


by ber eou 


iremsi 


1 




and thee nllb her bre 


lib, and besr 












Shlly go, an 


Bio'lT 




Bt 


w softly sail 


y slriin 




BW 


gently— do 


ol break 




Tb 


stillness of 


hor sloef 





lightly go, and gen 


ly blow, 






(fiW"-'-* 


•till. 






Tnc Mysiesv— Two 


arkles h 


Dd bou 


LTht a 


lunntity nf pork In pnrtn 




tSam 




no place to put bis portlo 


In, rone! 


ded to 


ntmBt 


he whole to Julius' "kee 


in B .» T 






ng tbey met, when Sim 


said— "Good m 


ornin' 


Julius; anything strange 


or my ate 


ions do 


tra la 


■ our sictnity, lately V Yarn, Sam 


roasts 




thing happen Bt ray hous 


ie-:ler-l 


st aigil 


All 


mystery— all mystery to mo." "A 


, Julins 


what 


was ibis?" "Well, Sam 


I told j 


ou now 


Dfi 




de cells 


for to 




ilcco ob hog for dis dnrl 


ey's brea 


:bm a 












no pork da*— all gone, en 


Hdo't tel 






with it; so I turned up d 


barl, en 


Sam, t 


ue 09 


preachm', do rats eat a h 


le clar (r 


00 de 


ottom 


of do barl, and dragged I 




1 out!' 


Sam 


was petrified with bbio 




bat pr 




said: "Why didn't do b 


nc run 


ut obt 




ioIo?" "Ah, Sam, dat 








mystery." \_^~ 




the w 




Wake Dp !— In b figora 


tisa sense 


rid il 


full u f skiiptre. Some p 


ople seem 


utver 


Oharo 



fairly awnkened to Ibo realities of things as they 
are— of Ibeir own duties— of tbeir trua destiny— 
of nnything to which they stand related. Tbey 
lead lives which tbo worda "dreamy" and "sleepy" 
ore both requisite to describe. Their wbolo ei- 
istence seems a, dream. They are always thinking 
of something that ought to be done, but seldom 
do it. With them "doing" is the word. "Done" 
is a wnrd which scarcely over had b' place in 
their TOcabalsry. If tbey, perchance, put one of 
their dreamy theories ioto practice,- they have 
thought about It so long that somebody, rfho 
dida'i need to be told (0 "wake op," has got 



d of them. Wben it wai 
uselesa, they realiicd It 



A CARP. 

irited public uttcntit 



it [hanks lo Ihe liberal and Qppreoialivo spirit 

oprletors of Cullforma, the demnnd for their 
mufacturo has gradually increased, nod not- 
ithstanding the nmny spurious imilalioos, wbloli 
im time to time bare been Introduced from tbe 
istorn States to compete with their nrilclo, tbo 
A L AXLE-GREASE baa now acqulrod no 
encoding tbroaghout the 



leighhoringTen 

But whilst Iho sob 
icknowledgcmeots t. 



reodth of CullforaiB, 



rho supply of raw materia! from the K.isi 
n c-jLJeiiuenti. been entirely out olK the 
era turned thulr Btteniion ;o tbo subslitu- 

■ applying orery means Bu KL .-f=.i..il l.v 1 n ,.' 
application of tbo science of Chemistry, 
e reluctantly compi/lled lo thcconcliif ,, n 
ever fit coal-oil might l..,j f ur illumiuuiiDg 
, and for .vhich It stands uncnunlod, It 
«t all adapted to mnke a perrafiminlly 
In this tlilcnirua the 



,1 tlnii 



ing that 



o tbe 



irth and new dis. 
lay soon be ind. 
ir we bcllove 
ilghty pine foreat 



irga quantities 
from the noblo 

aubject, they 



llUGKtii LAMBERT, 
ur*CTntth'u On E mists, 
ma streets, San Francisco 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C°^^J LY 0N HAND, A FULL AND COM- 



THE CALlioBNIA FAB.MEB 




ai. M «..,«» ocu,ai«»l ne wiEe 0( ehfl| 
RWM r o r .in -<-„-«. * u- #** s,ll! ■"■*• 

b.'.:lren liberal, and ready ml* f" W nMCtlplIon, 
boUVbcH ana" Potato**, of these lb* "prly '* '"a" 
and a dullness nxtitt. Biporl buyers are In market 
for Barley, Onu, and Wheal. Several (hips no" under 
.!...,„ „„ raptdlv fll'ins T- K "P"" b ° I= " hBI '' 

., | n lb* wooliy. indata 

1 that ti offered to tbtta dria for New York I 



wared largo par 



. Tbeii 



eels Id good «-*■.— -- — — 

rites, and scarcity of sacks i 

of Ibo present crop 1* solne; into bins or i 

in second-hand sack*, ioeaniog s heavy 

cr, io way of wesle. Barley. OnU, and 

offer Id quantities sollcienl lo supply tho 



nf tbo high ruHni 



ley nod Oats, tbii, i 



lOM to fern 
Hit. do »' 

, demand far Bj 
demand, hu kq 



tnnnd t! supplied a decline in prices will Uko place. 
Bnye re ngrto that it i* 10 their advantage to buy. at on 
advance sod ship while freights are low, tEPsa^jjjl: la 
fisi-hl ilons briop a material item. As rogsruo Hiy, 
Mu lumen ore laying io their winter stock* under tbo 
belief thai there ii a, short supply and tint prices "ill 
ml* high. Tbi* demand ha* caused tbo nay market 
to advance, coupled ni it it with light receipts. 

lVo note the charter oflho ship Orpheus lo load 
Bresdatoi&roc Liverpool. Clearances 111 put ™t 
have been tbo bark. D. W. Holl forVietoria with !35oqr 
and 550 hf-»ks Floor, 150 ska Wheal. 10TI ska Barley, 
10 5 sirs Don*. Tbo bark Hamburg to Otogo, N, Z- look 



:■:,!'-■ r.f 



■onndthoBayfor 



Flour fclrjl) qr-aks, Straw 120 tuns, tlay 

meal 39 sks, Bran injo !k., W.-.l i;; I 

Also, Coastwise: Barley 5362 sks, 1 

Beans 153 ski, Wool 67 balea, 0*1* 11 



in... a/lMba* IH3OO0 
aaXl ..>nm » 



Belter, Cell.. PIS ..Ma" sll.CbHM. C«Jo fB HS 
do Enlera .. SSS Ml - EMtraPB ..3 
Etc.- •■ *»oo3 «» ..IPereUrro-cip *j>d*l ..» 



Ban Francisco Cattle Market.— An*. 13. 

rcr-A"n.^/l L n L q,"'[,j, If., I^V ; "l'.. 

Spaniib, 1st do Hl.njlc. 

do 2d do Sf&S*. 






, JU .,.J1 follow. ... 
ndvnncoon Iticbtnond. Tbo Army or tbo Po- 
mac will piobnbly retire lo points neat Wash- 
glnn, to defend that city and tbo lino o( the Po- 



,],..,■ v.-.N i,,-i,i ,.,.. |;'; i ^ u t ri]( Tll, ;^ i 7; > ; ; r p l p s in ° , B 11 ", 

b and N'ctib CaTolioIanE who hat) aescn^d, 

nmng wiih them tboir arms. Tbey attacked 

Tart's Catalry m Sniektr's Ferry,- routed tbcin, 

1 succeeded in fencbiag the Nortberners. He 

D^ayshc s».>v a nnroher of Georgia. Alo.- 

D. 1 iuir.nJ l and'resoo8. oi. their wa, boroe. having 

ofiokJi! i-rifl Ibi-Dluc itidgc Moontnio* nro 

reported, oli se witb stragglcc* on.l dcBitt|(:s who 





■ 1 


orrla U 


ir 


S 


T 


M. 1 






bavo p 


.-. 








the n-hurrntraica 


■:!;■: 






." 


II 




comp:e 


.;. 






























generally underi 








. 




















ily Tor operation 




tleo 






































The Government 










[on, i in For Ir ess 


M„„. 












and Snturflny it 














action of fflSeS 




























vras^repoMlb, 


' ;7a ? 


TBe d 


''.. 




as 





,r ii,i- hi-. 



report gecot nctiviiy evert nig 
steamers, etc. The wealtier 



e 19th, in the siith and 
n proceeded without any 

trouble' was npi.r.liimkJ, 

rnncerinnitf, liciv.-uri-r, v.-ill 
MjKtrful character. Geo. 

.in. I iliriiu-li Ibc mensorei 

N.,.. V,„k or Brooklyn. 



rlbor Into > mombor of thli noil-known Fin 

' has citablifhsd a 
Wholesale and BotallDepot i ron ,|],jC0ioe-i3.r«ii mail tnea», e oou anuven 

At 72G BroailvTaj, New York City, ^^ir^STi^^-^X'C.^. 



Where ho "111 bo happy to (oooi™ oidors, and osi» 
It In boar from his friends, and tho patron* of tbi 

r l?o i. fully prep«™l £.[^* 1 ,h *S* fl ' B ""E 1 i , b 
fully narraoKd' 1 Sond^'lur IHjcrij.il vo Ciroalars, aod 
all Ordara 10 

SIBERIA OTT, 

728 Broadway, Now York City. 

ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

The best Piano-Stool In use. Iron column and Toot, 
;„ll. vnrr.iL.ied. Solo Agency and Depot. Tho trado 
supplied. ^ 

Bootman's Pianoforte Toning ScaleB. 

— SOMETHIHQ NEW- 
Enabllno; pononJ io TDSB THSIR OWN PIANOS 

'■;".'". ''' ".',Y.''.r,--,-'v i:1-";VV[™'™'te 

land foe Diue'rlptiytl Circalam. All Order* abould bo 
miikhia OTT, 
SolaAgonoy oadDenot. 
IS 726 Braodwoy. New Turk City. 



RASCHE & SONS, 
Idbaleks in 

M A.TVOIJ'O RTE k". 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
musical Instruments, Strings, &o, 



ii-.,:.. , ."i ■■ii.'.i'.'i I- 1 1 ... ■. ' v r . :"i 1 1'", -'.'. i' o ,' i'!"i V. ■ tnuio aod 

Qui) .. Piaflo and Huilar, Brass Dand small and lacgo, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

INSTHUMENTS TUNED AND HEPAIHEO. 

.Mu-icL-r.i'.-l.vi.-Lnrrin.-flfMt ill l.,.lrumonH| Mow 



EENIOIA 

LAW SCHOOL. 



■'.■ nr;i'.iriTMj::ii 



T«"B™!ciX'b3i4rinE [h«"» LAW s'l^lVoOI. "•"•'/. -'i 



Public Inslrue- 



■\Vasliiiigr Machine 
'ECONOMY 



TillS ISA SIACU IKE THAT SIIUL'LD BE IN USB 
in ovary Family, to bo justly and Tally appreoioteJ. 

Tbii Mucblno Is or great iflwo, and durability, with 
double malli, double action* and double lovers, or 
vlmplo and com|«und leverei so arranged that wood 



i, r.-purl, s.i'v, I, ,m I i . r I , rr:j, ,i-i :u,y ln,|yll,.:t ,.-.r, ii:. .1 Ir.-.m or wash a shirl 

diwrtmcn! Ii,,, mil '"»'"' '" adr.iotijj, i.itli,.ul l,i-,i„.r Ijnr h.iiid.. in. 

^rder a f.rr .',, I" ^, ■■ ,| >'' • : "l"" "Hor. l, m >, SKwUr,;;,, ll:u„ lt l. 

iK.n ,1! ,", '-^""- ItlTik-.L, >,'„ilt., III,., ..,.;.:,r...., l ,ii.:|....,,., i.ell as U,,;, 






I l.'.,'il'iu- 
-|.,ii..l'l 

j.l. .,/rm'inJ 



■ :.r,l, f.uu, Jlnnon, Mi-'J. 


-l, 


rub, i....v 


Illf.l C..I. 
























He cap- 












m 




— We call 


Tk< S^Hon AsrialL 


at 


llnrcfi««c 






tiseinent 


f Messrs. 


Joofc* k Howlcii, or Su 




fln. Thla 




been so long kiio-.vn Lj 


lb 


liberal a 








■ .11. Ml-., hi: 


so high a 


repntat.ochatltisonlj 




eded for n 




L, | " l l | '": i ." r l U»fwrM«or 


Sl 


oVM'iiuEn 


> lilt li.ci 




.,, 


r-ll..- ii! 


1,.. ,„,,„,. 




8 


Uessr*. J. 


i 11., and 



nr ""«' 



wnatuibeEastornWlap 



-,:1„, ,.'„„,. f.: r 

d lo I 

ru Iba muc 



■-.■:-. ...II I.,, refunded 

ra T Ub S° "1" '" T " rti " 1 ' 1 " ln ^ in A,11 ° oJ a, Sa 

■.ur.i-nih.-i ,.lih', iv',..l,i,ii: M,i,-hiiiKi ku'mnai'Vv 
or^la.' : ■'Entd-lur." ■■Link- lii.i.H," ,,r n,, „ : [i. 
rank maohinti with boioi ol ilka eonittnctlan, lb 



■ tpeJr", «lth ibo .; 



ni^kVnSan°,W DMln "" ho ''W be direol.Jtomc 
J. M. HORNER. 






Splendid Orchard 

FOR SALE, 

•BtKnei, GY REASON OF A CHANOEeMA 
^W^ or Ituslntw, Ibo owner r.lTors forlffl 
$&%& " u ™! a < ■ noino,t i.ro.ieollvoOr.|i!iB 

m ''- m mlrably !■- irc-l. 
II,., i. ,,l,.. r.in.n(aini it: VESTV-FIVE ACBBS, and 

Fifteen Thousand Treas, 



cniTAOE HOUSE, Dno nam 

iV-'.irv f-nj=(. ■ I" l-i.:h c- ' ... I val0«,B h.ndFomo Oor- 

,J.,r, r.itl] ,.l.....:.nl ,„rr..„i,.|H,.-. (n <.,■!-; |.i tb..n a 

bearYo.; Trcel ° °'"' K 

3,000 Apple, C,oriO Pench, 

' 1,000 Plum, 1,000 Peae, 

l.OOOOherry, l.OOOAprioot, 

1,000 Gropo, 1,000 Voric 

The Crop of Fruit this year Is eieolloot, and i 



TITLE PERFECT A i-,--i,l i^nif.n r,f the i 



Splendid Farm for Sale, 

ONTBA I 

ilthy portion* of 
tho State. It consist* or IJJaores of laod, wilh a neve: 
railine; ilrenm or eood w«tor rnnnins through tb 
farm The land is suiiablo for wheat, barley, ooro 
beans, potatoes, etc.; fenced witba ore-board fonco ani 
divided off Into convenient lots, all ho E -lls;ul. A good 
Home, with all conveniences, Imbed and plastered 
Barn and liable, corral, oto BOO French and Oorinni 

Good snrdon, iuit.ibla fr.r cL-ioi: .ectlables at all sea 
loniof theyaor; Wocood wollsofwlt water. A War 
ronty Dead will bo civon u the title ii perfect, belm 
a Patent from the Dnitod Stales Tbeio I* agood land 
insj for ahlppini- jjrain near by, whore boats of 60 Ion 

quarter miloj fioro tbo homo. For parlloulara an, 
terms, which are liberal, inquire of Col. Vrarrac. ad 
or of Ihii paper. 19-lm 



■A LARGE and FI1VE 

Farm for Sale. 






- Apply . 



HE WAHTS A PLACE. 



370 Acre Farm for Bala, 
A frnod Ranch of :i"0 acres, in Sutler county, with 



lot) feni 



A He a 



■1 i,i,„i 



will go tvirli the 1W1 
nndbcaojd m n hargain or eichanged for on> 
nearer the Bay of San Fr.mciaco, in a cooler lair, 
ludo. For particnlara, iniiuirc of tbo Editor of 
the Faiimlh. 



OAKLEY & JACltSON, 

lE'Sltttlii^rniS STATE SALT COMPANY, 

m"^"^^"^^^^!*^ S0LE IMP0ETE!ls 0F THE 

^3:-m Orient!!. Salt, 



it, of the following kind 



hiali, i... 



SAN QDENTIN HOOK; 
400 do CAltllKS ISLAh'D; 
3 2S0 do SANIMV10H ISLAND nod OALIPOR- 

above we trill sell ot ibo Lowest Market Prlao 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

"'* Produce Grain Brokers, 

General t'omralmion Mercliants. 

OlTlcc— So. * a Cl B y alreel, »„ Bun*, 

bah riMnuieco. 




California Steam Navigation Company -■ 



CARRYLNG UNITfSD STATES MAE. 
^THE PAST AND SPLENDID _ 



I on aJteroslo days for SAC It A. MEM TO, „I t o'ektt 
r CIIRVsOPOLIS, Cb-di.lck, Halter, will |c n 
uole, Halter, vilftcavu on Mondny., Wednr»d^, 



Lnndlnga, 






W. K. KILLER'S EXPRESS 






lct,Et fc 



The above Eipr,;.- "ill ,,...iiiicli kin Mn;pn\-; 

'| , ,:,'..'cn.-o''r. LJ b;".'| r iit.',\' Silv.-r V ill,,' I W r„ih-'.'V ; V' '■■ 
ill,,-.,, l.vS-iddlc lull, 1,, -ilv,,- M-,i,u,..n lM mil..); 
i.rti-.ii.i: „i Silicr M.^nmio Tu,--l..y. Tbn. I.i.i.ni 
Sul„r.l„v... amoon. 

2i W. K MILLER, Proprieter. 



An Extra Flock of Sheep for Sale- 






Italian and Common Bees, 




ESTABLISHED 1BSO- 

A. G- E N" O Y 

OFTHfi 

Mission Woolen Milla 



PAMILY HLANHETS, all Wool, snporior quihtyi 
8i: ABLET " 'i 

GOLDEN STATE (JENT3 LOMO-9IUWL-I, all Wool, ***. 
TWi;i:iHf,,J,,„1,l,„nd dn'ilo w'j'lb, ell Wind, and d-^rsW 



'' 'ci" re! J up- in rii,iiviriij ,i u„l1,,r,i. nrilc!.' In l" :; -" : 

LAZARD FREBES. Agonti rorllll 
Pay Ha Through Iho Wail. 

■'■'.■ii... ■l.,-"'"ivv „,',';„','.', ""'«"„',i'\!!' h'.'.u. Tt>'--r 

-'■■•■' l-al-trith.-M,!!. W. ■!,.... .,.■„!. i„ „,,„vl„lF'"' J 



OALIFORNIA FABMEB- 

List of Agents. 
10un S D a*ou ( an B u oan .end monoy DV aW^ 



IOua Soaiouincuo oan tend muney av siAintUW; I 
Roji.-lcr at the Post-ofBco, and the money will «o« dlr" ■ 








'A^ 



ll^^lPfer ^^s#« Ljt< 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINg. AUGUST 38. 1863. _ 



.1^ 

Any nun tint keeps boi 



n thousand Idle, lazy, 



complaining of dull timca, and tbo acarcity of 
work. They 
01 smoothing 



Dictator in Cnliforni 



idenalks of Montgomery alreot, and ci 

liy, nnd mining camps, of a clan of loafers, that 

rL' tike (Liu leech, taking Ibe lile-lilood out of the 



Our recent long 


toor la the. m 


natal 


towns 




insight into the 


wire 


working 




nlerlor towns w 






liolis. This know 


edgo confirms u 


in Lbo belief 


hat the induslrio 


s working man 


s no« 


paying 


i lax, and labocln 


5 to support obo 


ut 2d, 


00 men 


o California who 


oorcr did a day': 








about to say wits)— Br 


53. 


Were we Diclai 


r im would «oi 








Etone, or build 


ug th 


Pacific 


Railroad; os ills 


wesuppoao thi 


oil! 


must ho 


endnrcdtillnflore 








colempornrics nil 


"go up Salt r 




c learo 




■ country's good 






We quote the w 


ords at tho bead 


of thi 




hecausc they con 


oy ,. gruat truth 


w« hnTO seen 


if ten ciempliGed 


Ann man tha 


iap 


Imy at 










Upon ono of 111 


high hills of A 


mailor 


county, 


while visiting the 


rich quarts mills 


of th 


t place, 




18 /N 

Bj-LinliL. K 



THE CA.LIPOENIA FARMER. 



^ 



Treatment of VI any a ids. 

l. HL. Id Ibo V.Llej F.r 
Ik order to render Ibo description of the vii 

tor understood (a description oj no raenni i 
of difficulty), I (rented juperfid.il Ij Ibo 

irillnotseom superfluous. 






h Ibo 



Fall Trimming.— As already mentioned, the op. 
[ration may be commenced in ibo beginning ol 
October, without any disadvantage to ton I 



eelly Ir 



1, but tvhb 
en it bus 



cred from frost o 



otherwise, this amputating ivill be most i 
oiccuted by means of a sbnrp liltlg handsn 
sneb o manner that Ibe [rimming be done cli 
tboTienllnj ipol/so Ibat no stump will be 
rounding off Ibe remaieicr jjr^ fnnl rough bnrlr 
with a sbnrp koifo. Thus it trill the sooner 
mount the riling sap, in order to beal the rect 
wound, nod bring nbnat nqnicker beating, wl 
if such wound was rather it an, will be essen 
Ij advanced by daubing it over tcitb a good 
a stump, It cannot be be 



ind the 



>nseque 



ter loo deeply into »ht 
to the very root, cansing disease, nod often the 
dealt of Ibe plant. .Many n vine and fruit tree 
are frequently Ibe victims or such barbareus pro- 

By means of a sbnrp garden knife, trim smnoth- 
ly ibe young branches ol ihose spots already 
designated, abonl haif an inch above Ibe iaii eye, 
and not in loo oblique a direction. As previously 
obsened I lolally reject Ibo use of shears, so 
frequently resorted lo. Tbey bruise Ibe Bond 
dnring the trimming, rendering thereby the tvoond 

■ bnd9. To perform tbli 

ae wine countries nr Europe ; it appeared 

jircver, as the most suitable, even though 

ter heard nr read of it. 

at noticing tha time of repose open which 

enlered in ibo fall (in regard lo II 

f Ibe vineyard), or the beuntifnl 

e, or finally lha sodden apncarnm 



vital growlb nf tt 



fall li 



n plan 



lap caused by the wounds of ibe spring Irimmiug 
could be without injnry, and I know of no argu- 
ment to gainsay it, or oven pretend that such pro- 
tcr-natorai proceeding is essential to the prosper- 
ity of the abused tine, as la so generally believed 
Ivors. Why then dn we, in 



stnffru! 



sap by carefully closing up tt 



Ing? Oathoi 



in 


he fall nre*ready lor sp 
relying upon lire* rtg 




f Ibo vine, lum enabl 


nmb 


er of the eroded buo 


ibi 


of sap from Ibo br 
time of vegetable rep 



niibed ibe resnl 1,-1 bat! from a 
die site, [rimmed in The sprin 


single v 


no of mld- 


bo requisite 


quarts of sap ran out el these 


resb wo 




more than 


it be possible thot nature has 








• e r.cbly with ,ap, merely to 


,■ H- ■, 


j 


some little 


Skorilrmniw-lnnatri 


name 




half, wilh ( 



feet grapes, while ,boso nearer to the sto^gC 
.eg bn, poorly, w]l| yield /ut small grapes, anJ 
not rarely slay behind altogether. Wherefore 



justified by 

upon posts, or other mod. 

with my mode of onltnre. 



he. of grimier length n 



power of bearing in aiding, those bud', Z*Z 

^"^ >h, ;-,-,,„,<„-,.■ i.icbVr„ wl „ e , p( , tt , Uo „ 

present Indisputable proof. The advantael.T' 
Cured by this short trimming, are so esse i i 



■onmaie certainty eipei 
eln [be rail, will shoot 
i« grapes grown opoo tl 






in my poo 



ly, tbo argument, by no 

taut, is found In lha fa 

i to nourish such shi 



braoebes, aufllco, in the case of a healthy vie 
lo bring the grapes oipectod to a more perfei 
certain, nod earlier maturity, and that irlthonl e 
hausiing llie vine. So I am enabled lo noticipn 
ibe greatest perfection of which the vino is cap 
ble, according to its different qualities. Even n 
ynnng vincjards of !B53 and 1880, Wealed In 
strict consonance with the principles advocated 
afford tbo satisfaction of seeing my views realised 
and my offurta richly crowned. Conducted In thii 
way, Nature's bounties ciceed my expectations 
and at once exhibit undoubted proofs of the cor 
redness of my theory. If, however, It should be 
required by sorts (of which I have found but few), 
such as ibe so-called gigantic grape of Ihn Ori 
as the Terr Premiss, Raisin of Smyrna, nnd 
like, which, properly viewed, do not come in 
Rirleration when speaking of vineyards laid 
for the purpose or wine-growing, it is neces 
lu reduce each of the branches about to bo I: 



p tbeii 



ployed to fill lis p!oc< 

aa lononof the neit ; 

To Foil™ icilA Willi 






b culture or whlc 



eoVlrely r 



ire by thi 
sufficiently 
, I beliei 



.ay be found ir 
tot Office Reports, 1854. 
Early in ihe spring, I plnnl in hotlom land well 
ng, or this willow, rods about a root in If 
nd as [tick as a finger, at a distance of 
:cl ip all diretlions, in an oblique positioi 
iat but few inches nf them can bo soon above 
ie ground. Keep Ihe ground clean and mellow 
ad in February nem I out off tbo young shool 






"ing 



n in a cool place for that purpose. In Ibi 
>cd summer the yonng shoots are seon to throw- 
many rods, and nro treated alike di 
lent as well as the neit year. A pitch or .field 
he siio of 200 yards, planted after this m 
and well attended, will suffice fur a vine.; 

hoast of tying is woll knnwn,and is pcrfon 
oun as the weather will at all permit— at 
it9,however,bcforethebudacoromencotosl|. 



larch. Thobrnnc 


Mar 


ntended fnrm, an 


itia 


be support tn th 


bu 


rhlcb is feasible a 




leacrtbed. 




Manuring.— It s 


onld 



i delayed, ash. 
mtally by vi 



not ready to decide 
on can bo attributed I 
short cutting. Many 
heavily manured, fl 

i 10tl years, nnd thnt Ireq 
Usually „ dit, 



• 



it of the vino in Ihu i 



Susmson, of nermann, bu- 

eo me parltlrely , ^3! 
Ibat I regard three loaves 
ie (briber perfection of the . 
Idy alatcd, Ibe object of t n t 
Try the sap of lb. , 



more toward the grapes, but al 10 7" T 

;;•';■ 1 '■■ >"ngbr.deUi in |.^" nn t.m ?o 

l-'-K-i-edinj;, '■■'>mI.| .;(.,.„ \'„. pi;.,. |, ,* r . .,''"■!. ,".""!, " 



u be like |i 
■ render all lab 



a wonderful and rapid effect upon all parts O o longer consign goods lo Ihle market and coat 

Ine, caused by Ibis pinching. The benr- I |lt(( , wj(l| „ |0 ho(oc prodllc ti D0 . 

oV7),e M rinoin D the n^t'V'ir .row from I ^e have heretofore been largely dependent upo. 



tbo bearing branches, while i 
a perfeetinn, as is observed .if 
sndoned to itself, as well m 
lejnrd that have not been [ 
ference effected by this proce 



is do ' England Tor b 






I. Tbo 



Culling Out of I/Oytrt 
hough In another direct 
esul.sns pinching. Il 






I by a I 






the middle or Hay lo the 
ivole all my ntiention to 

t year, lor which purpu^i- 
-'- "f gunny ' 



haii^i ibo growth ceases— until e 
dof July. If I obserio that the 
ics arc growing loo loog and 1 



coining more and more appnronl to thrifty 
and capitalists throughout the North that 
inrtunt branch nf agriculture will hereafter 
exceedingly prnfitablo to all who engage 



i Sheep Husbandry. Ij 



eep and reluming rapidlr 



Wa well remembc 


when n boy Ibat w 


woui 


a 


soon have though 


or outing apiccoof roast 


rlnp 


as roast mutton. 


There was a disagre 


nbloll 


vn 




ngly distasteful to n 


' but 


nit 




rencbed the eiirer 






ivingwhcn woca 


affurdadinncrof 






mint sauce, nspar 


gus and green peas. 






sume that our eip 


riencois that nf a 




nr- 




unity, for Ihe butch 






Ihey find it diffl 


ult ip supply ihe 






pnmo motion, gn 
charged us 20 c 


ng this*jft a reasoi 
s u pound. Mutton 


why 


hey 
far 


cheaper than berf 


nt the some price. 


'I,..- ,-l, 


irn 




luto a very small proportio 






uproporlinnofcosri 






bone in a cut or beef is for greater than 






The phltosophc 


i who declare thai 






King" simply give 




rident 


i 


urdity. It <g lug 


than a century sin 






yard of cotlon goods was produced 1 














iroduccd, capable 








cannot bo doubled 


: but thnt Ibo wor 


.1 (ll! . 




' * "t 'b*"" 1 


ml can dn so again 


is eqn 


Hj 


brought it into uni 




hiir'nn" 




iclo of nierchnodi 




9 to lie 


m 




f Inferiority. 







The pro 



n given by that govn 



enabled ih'em to produce theeo goods 
li coper than it could be done here, but all this Is 

cen importers of Ibis class of goods buying up 
cuvy woolens for the reason that tlioy cun no 
inger be imported wilh profit. For years past 
■e have boon supplied wilh broadclolhs from Eu- 



is productions nf "BE. 



product 



In 



uy parts of the West the poo 
iscly swindled by Ibo fnifur 
scattered throughout Ihe d 
s alone must hare suffered [i 
Gie to len millions of dolln 



Tboi 
the far. 



umulatieg property as rapidly as the; 
aerwii.0 have done, and, as wo have said 
not able lo purchase aa many sheep a: 
d profitably take care of. This difficult; 
r bo remedied by capitalists furnishiuj 
l put then 



iritb i 






The/ 

ilal in the country as a; 
it bo morc-profilnbly or 
a the direction we hat 
itll West and East give 
s. Sheep Husbandry is 
ho North hereafter as ll 

.re Ibat Is burned, and i 



ie keepiug, it will be 
lia/eirvjfprict in 36.u, 
tine of Ibe sheep. V 



id wo Ibinkitalowei 
leaal three dogs 
families. Averaging fan 



tallica 



mid n 



leaal tbrce dog» to erirj i^H 
ng families at sis «,„„,?■ 
dllions or families in the whtiH 
latlog tbreo dogs i u eterj ^M 
ke the number oi dogs 3,o«W 
ra for ihe averaged annul I 

ho seen that Ibe nggreg.tsjB 
*« " judiciously e lp(llJ 'B 
Id support all the poor j Q ^~H 



000. At five dollars for Ihe a 

of keeping, it will ho si 

jl/iifo millions of ihlton. If judici 

this vast fiom would support al 

country who from cirenmstance 

trol oro legitimate objects of charity. «y ( t!!^B 

b, ,1,11. .. .,.ail.bl. lo our bmuU, l.",',^M 
tbis amount io feeding and clothing bclple*, »^H 
men and children ns to waste it on Wortblesi cgnH 
who endooger the lives and destroy ihe r.r, perl; M 

Ihe food consumed by dogs is gcnnrnlly u f , C hi-.^H 



;lcr that would other 

i this il may bo replied thai in oil 

rofitnhly disposed of in reeding s 
Dogs are generally 1! 



* n >T,l, t 



uf?',,. 



:opousity to doirr., -« 
■ H ^ w . --^j -.« «. 4U u -. lfi -,oilfl In nil comnigBi^H 
ties on nuconnl of their liability to "bvdropbobu*B 
Ibemosllerribleofoll diseases. WoareioldiH 
parties thoroughly Infnrmed upon the snbjpctii, ■ 
the number of deaths by "hydrophobic" bns f„j I 
fully increased within the past len years, sad ttj B 

thnt the number of dog; has greatly inc-reaiet 3 
Taking their liability to "hydrophobia" and |t£ B 
propensity tn destroy sheep iolo account, Jm. 8 
may reasonably bo considered o? a public "nei 

lives nr property ol his neighbnrs, nnd he oori B 
not lo hnvo a Itgnt right. No good ciliien esrb 4 
to desire to keep soch^nimals. If we bin fl 
among ns men who persist m keeping a p 1C c tl « 
dogs to snenk off at night and*desiroy ibe neir> A 



fold t 



quantity of wool 



duty of the Governors of a 
recommend ibe passage of si 

tinn of sheep by dogs. 

W'f art' informed that a lav 
doga fifty ci 



from this tai is appropriated to paying for il 5 
fhtep di>nroyed by dons on the cerlitie.le or * ™ 

This is a simple an. I ( ;„.nl ] ;ll ,- ,,ieipt ihillt „ 



n the highest atam of oivilliali 
n the parable of the rich mat 
"aa "cloihod in purple and fine 
ibigbdegroo uf skill and 



rrllory north of "Mas- 



«ly perind. In all tbu 



Lightweight woolens for summer wea 
r shins It, rapidly superoe.,,,1,. cnn „ a 



men.o advaninge lo the f n !Sr,\ l ° b ° ° f im ~ 
greatly Increased demaod hi Sl a Ta™ '"wS 



find lhal commi: 



ion of sheep by dogs has always 



s destroyed in 
10 sheep is fai 



ingle year, 
nro lhan all 
Forth. The 



y people rcga 


d th 


mises from thie 


-eso 


roach, but mas 


"K 






ccda nil tbo 


alue 



Ibe fancy pcu kept in 


"h^r 


d annually. Unnyof 


cost from fifty lu ooc 


limit 


d dollars eA 


their keeping. The o 
butchers for meat for 


hnd, 


a s"ihrn ,oi " u 


families. A gcntlemn 


of t 


ng lu uno of the large 
is Stole upon being 


questioned ns to his o 
of keeping dogs insist 


i ','!," 


or the average coal 


than len dollars. Ill, 


own 




ibe destruction of all 


ngs, 


introduced requiring 


within the limit] of th 


r con 


more lhao (00,000 



JACOB ZECH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

fHll Pianoforte Manufactory, 

41S MAHKET STREET, 

Between Snnsomo and Ballory streols, 

r I1KRKBY QIVE KUTICK TCI THE PCBlH 



JACOB ZBC1L 



It AS CHE & SONS 



DEALERS TINT 



PIAJfOPORTBS 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, ta 



ALE nod for RENT. 



PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



THEBOAROMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

has oi In Wis bod a'" 

Wholesale and Retail Dopot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

I',,'/ 1 - " '■'■■"-• iii.'i.'iL'i/ ";„7 ',i;,'.' i [! , „ r ,'; l ;'." 1 i' l^ i" 

"."^fullrproparodlornrnlsb thom oilbo vorr W 



SIBERIA OTT, 

Its Broauway, Hew York City. 
ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 



sttErSS 



Bootmnn'a Pianoforte Tuning Soi 

Bublln*- P»rsoni _ to TDNB TT1E[H olrs prAr :ftJ 

,":,";,■;;"!, 1 ! -; 1 ;' y - '' '■ ■ : '" 11 - ' ' < : 

siimniA. ott, 

id Sola Aieney .....I DopA M 






-\T~ THE s= GA^^OB^IA^A.BMEB.\_ 



19 



['dDalifffritia $otES. 

] mDIAMOLOQT OF CALIFORNIA. 



-MISOELLASEODS ADDESD, 
]cr this bending of "MiicollBui 



roda" I 



slied it 



cfori 
>ng tbrs 



and additional noles by Lho author 
pHTtnlutn Sllaaion, etc, which wore begun in 
foljM Number, and conclodod lost week 

rill be concluded. — Poh.] 
iBoteoa da Hiaa, or Mark of Bice- (in Ittly). 
celebrated old Franciscan Missionary con- 
d wilh [be 1640-biltorjof New Meiico nut 

IC LihoTie liisiluns lo the lMtcd Statu 
fe«), was „ nalko of Kit. in I«|r,W* bit 
Ho bud arrired in America InrMl and 
Peru wilh Fiinro'e plundering crew, whic 
in Each disgust that ho returned to Heiic 
Is health was so moch shattered by bii anHc 
.g, in Coronado'9 expedition of 1540-*1, to C 
ind the upper Rio Grande, ibnt he never n 
d, and died shortly afterwards at Sleiic 
eldt mentions a Father de Kiia as liiing i 
llchoacau, between 1017 and IBfiO. He was 
Provincial ol the Franciscan Order. His rompn 
ions In the Coroosdo - expedition, were Father Jur 
de Padill* nnd Father Lania do Escaluou, bor 
u.-fSote, Hay 18B3. 

rriei and Hspnlchui's of the Cal. Indiana. 
• cites of all the old ranchcrica of Cali- 
fornia, may be found a cemetery of tbo ncigbbor- 
for tbe burial of their dead. So dm 
thirl; of these ore still well knowo in lho county 
«[ ?jat:i Barbara. Tbey all assimilate in appear- 
That of Kalawassa, 61 
Ynei Mission, on tbe river-b 
iptinn of all of them, 
cemetery covera a space nf about Iwentj 
ind is covered with tho bead and body- 

Indian. Each grate is about three feel from tbi 

ge ones being for the head and reel 

buried here. Tbe cemetery ia oa i 

rcra to the description of some of t 

Of Central America. Tho bodies ore found 

no decayed, and with them (a) wo bate 

id) largo and small mortars and pestles, i 

j mttatea, beautifully worked elate sau 

■hell money, Diet arrow-heads, flint knives, ! 



Company is well worthy of imitation. Hnw is 
wo hear of oo eipeosire and wasting wara In their 

ponce" i^effiqieot, the laws equal, and neitbor red 
nor while man makes and executes his own laws. 

ty and arrogate to themselves a truculent power 
of public eiempliun.— [Note, July, 1303. 

Memoranda, 20tl Inly, 1863. i 
loo document preserved at the Mi(.ibnJ.rS,int,i 
Barbara, of twelve folio pages, written by Pathol 
Junipero Servo, in May 1773, and addressed (trhlll 
he wn= in Mexico city), to the Viceroy Buccarilln 
on the slate and condition at that time of the Mia- 
slons or Alia California, be alyles tho Indian! 
around the Mission of 3an Luis Obispo "de la nn. 
clon de los Ticboi," o term wo had nol heard o 
befora. Tbisdocumont is very interesting and ■- 
nol contained lo Patau's Biography or Sorro, o 
1766. Clavijero states, in bia work on Lowci 
Dalifornte, that in 1708 the moro^ortbern of thi 
Jeanit Missions, !o wit: San lgnnelo, Santa Ger 
trodia, San F. Borgia, and Santa Jlodr^ rftouiain 
ed 3,300 Indians: while the ten rnMBimj one 
sootb to Cope San Lucas, contained only from 201 
to 5 oo each— i. e. about 3,000 more. These firs 

oican lliailoDt, established from 1774 lo 1800 be 
iween Santa Slario and San Diego, undoubtedly 
had one oenmii Jnnjuaje nnd were o//«i of tbi 
Yuma tribea, who seem to have extended fron 
San Iguacio through the whole peninsula upivun 
and also covering the present counties of Sai 
Diego, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles, in nu 
State. The ten Missions soura of San Iguaci 



naircr foi 



■ntlo slop 



h the I 



Tha Colorado nnd Moh 
We are happy lo announce 



■ of tbeGulf of Cal 
coasts were mor 



SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY 

AGRICULTURAl SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual Fair, 

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO BE HELD IS THE 
CITY OF STOCKTON. 

Tueadar, September 224. 1S63, 

CONTINUING FOUR DAYS. 

PREMIUMS 

Over Six ThousandDoltairs! 

BOABD OF MANAOEES. 

HOI.DKS ..- .....President. 

J. SAKL-KS ■ -Vice President. 

W. H. TtRIGGS " 

J. C. RF.IU. - ■ Sectary. 

Jl. L. BIRD - ..Treasurer. 

GF.li. WEST ■ ...Director. 

SAMUEL r'lSHBil - " 

TBE HOARD OF MASAOER3 WILL .\WABD 
SPECIAL AND LIBERAL PEEMITJIrig 

TO ANIMALS AND ARTICLES 

From other Districts and the State at large, 

IFnlae 



t.Eiq' 
Indiana of tho eitoi 
iog districts. Fro, 

diove the ( 
T, Wnero I 



Mr. Ehrei 
■ of the | 



1 feel 



.. r r„r>i,-l i 



opipt 



s few 



other 



Mength, wbilo others are said lo be found aitliug 

[ dowu; the latter is still tbo eualom among msDy 

Kibe; or California Indians, from Capo St. Lucas 

to Shasta. Near tbe cemetery of Tckepis, six 



at in all tbe tnountai 
ill remain In tbo dilTi 
, tho old mlssionarii 
lessed by the priest fi 



Tho lit; Fen or Baptin Indians. 
■ These luiliaus inhabiting tbe central table land: 
or tbr eastern portions of Old Oregon, erected ir 
HBG3, Into tbe new territorial government of Idaha 



Mohave and Colornd. 
at wo koow of tbi 

a and of one belie 
of lho Colorado no 



isided ■ 



irof a 



f that nc 



1B05. 



a nnd 



worthy. 



OrcSonJi, riMjonfc, Fltld C--.p*. Etc- 
«,at1b«MCnl!l™urf Firm, a book's '1"> 




ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Marfcet, Battery, and Bush streets 
ffilir* FRANCISCO. 



ia a gentleman of excellent education and princi- 
ples. Ebrenberg has laid out towns In Humboldt 
bay, Monterey county, and in the Colorado valley, 
and ia well knuwn in oor State as a topographical 
surveyor and has been a most indefatigable trav- 
eler and explorer of Pacific domain, particularly 



DIptaniM. SILVKKWAItEur HI. „-.-.,. 

Hon. T. \. MACniS 

Will delivor tbe Annual Address. 
r^>- Vii-ri.-r-.-...! J U J t.^., Ml«»^ from^ftt i Sut^wBJ 

THE GRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will lake place on FRIDAY SIGHT. 

NOTICES. 
-aSMiMT'sPunowatlootbar 

■ 1 i]..:i:|l..r.. if lilu !>[.; > :■«■ 



We shall likely now have fr 
miccntivc, intelligent and ci 
ic language, history nod tret 
(the Colorado and Mohave i 



lie anciently clvilired countries ; of 
jnts and of short vocabolai 
mgb in the Hailrond volumi 



...s... 

I of tbe tribi 
■ Western No 
:lopments of 






civ ilex 



dthe] 



)fthei 



B Calif 



.ted to ni 



all bia friends kao 
s appoiolmi 
n— [July, 1 



in Chrlt 



inder De St 

H^d others from 1640 lo tbo present time, and also 

by Sleif rs. Spanlding, Whitney nnd others of the 

ferotestanu, whose long and arduous labors have 

•flitted gresit gsod amongst tbero. Theae Tacts 

tsay be ascertained In detail from Father De Smct'e 

1 of Meisra. 



WhitD 



;, Lee a 



They 



zeduf 



lelod 



I or the Pacific Dominion, 

tieZonii, the Piruna, and other pueblo tribes ol 

, Sew Mexico and Ariiooa, and eqnal lo tbt- P ntns 

iDdMaqoiot Ssnora, or even to onr Cherokcts 

1 'During lbs tteatioa made with tbem by the 
j Halted Stales olti^rs of the Indian Departmeol 

Kuj! 1B03, made by Mr. Commissioner Hate with 
(sr tbe Net Perth's, as reported in the San Francis 
Evening Cnlletin of Hay and Jnno current, show, 
tbelrCbltforBp^L-sman, Laivyer, to bo eou.il ii 
every respect, in the premises discussed, 
Colu.l Stat.- officers, 






1 that 



ortby i 






sJTbo wrongs Ibai bare been practiced on th 
Irlbc ano others of the Pacific domain whose it 
ellnallnos have been of tbo beat kind alnco I (Mi 
by emigrant., miners and others, cry out for vei 
Stance to God Tor reilreas. Nol that we odvoca' 
■ •maudlin sjmpiiiby for tbe Indian, hot justice 
Hernal.nnd 10 „ , Qa t c ffi=leni power la twin 
lodged in th, bands of the General Govemmen 



Tbls hapitita Is worthy of the talents and studit 

saps, locating tbe old ruins and hieroglyphics or 
he Upper Rio Grande and the large eastern i 
luents of the grcal Colorado of the West, w 

will confer the highest i 
as an officer ol the I 



P-A-OHEOO 

Foundry & Machine Shop 



iitiuctisins'^n f 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 



A NEW CANC PLOW. 

Thp Proprietors of thi* Foundry nro prepared toaapn 

EVERY KIND OF CASUHGS, 

Whltb ihn ire eniiMent will enmpare f.ior.blj with tb: 
STAN U IS 1 1 &~ ■-■ 



:-inf..ril„:> 



,n lho Jod, 

Sir <n the commencement of tho perform- 

he iiri^lvifqulred. 

ih- .■.l'in:i.:cr' Ijf [l'ltii'riaf lho Socrotary of 

Orcler of" E3xei*cises. 









NEW COODS!! 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A LAEQE SUPPLY OF SEW GOODS, 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, QBOS DE ZURICH, BLACK GKOS GRAIN 
Rich Moire Antique; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain Silks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool Fantaul, Poplin d'Aragom 
Plain Irish and French Poplins 
Plaid do do do do 

PI Bin and FlgM Ottoman and Merino. 

Bleb all-wool plaids, French do Lalne, 
Mohairs, Eplnelloc, Foo lards, 

i every variety of NEW DRESS GOODS, now won 
few York, including lho popular, 

ROBE IMPERATEICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



In FURS, 

Fur Cloaks. 



DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOIt OOR TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUB NAME, 

IRIBH XjIJMB^S, 

X.XJSfElST SHEBTINH, 
Llnou Damask. Ulotbj and Kapklns, 

And Linen Cambrl: Qnadkerohiefs. 

Additions have also been made 
to our stocks of Embroideries, 
Alexandre's Kid Gloves, Balmo- 
ral Skirts and Skirting, House- 
keeping Goods, Flannela, Blan- 
kets, Quills, Underwear, 
Musliua nnd Sheetings. 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
No. "■ Monigomory , 

Near Market, 
Ho»l door to ilosonlo Templo. 



m 



t,i. 



hoped tl 



trjiri^ .1 



will be stopped forever and lho ... 
giclluBd Indians bo allowed to gradually and b 



fib -^ : ■■,- 

MILITARY GOODS. 

Emliroidery, Swords, BelU, Snahes, Et 

Import.r and lUnufaoluror of 

IlKiiAl.1,1, HANNKIisi. [ l..\.:-.Mll.l t.MLV JiJSSHnjriJi.ril 

Societies, MlUlarr «nj i:i.ic Prw'r- 1 ,nr 

T. ItODtlKIW HlllNi-OS'. 
Nu.l Naw O.l.i-F.11,™ 1 , Hall. 






/■.:') "ii ■■HI, in ,o:-;..: ■fl.'HIMI ESIirillTION ,:l 

ii.. '.'•i-;'.'-;.' rv'i', 1 '.- 'r.".. , > , i;'u„,.'i, "uV . \ .„ .' ',..'^,;'i 




THIS HOTEL HAS BSEN ALTERED AND IM- 
1, and will hereafter be conduced on Iba EURO- 
PEAN PLAN. Boarders -ill bo fnrnlsbed moali at all 
hours, at tho New Department, eomnr of Ma.kol street , 
at tho new Refectory. This Deportment will be con- 
onducted in tho moit approvod olylo, so as to satisfy 
tho most raetidlouT Tbn Tables will bo supplied wllh 
Torylnmrrof the seaion.. This Department will bo 
entirely dlatlnot from tho Hotel, thnngh openlnefrom It. 
ELEGANT SOTTS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

As well oi Sinclo RMmi for Transient Patrons. 
Tho location of this Unlol is nnsurpaMod, overlooking 
the Boy, anJ citcs one- of lho nne-t )to-|..,.i ■- ..ilh 

SAWL'L JIcMJIjIjOUGW £i CO., 



COLDEN EAC LE 

Corner Seventy and K streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC A3 
a "florao for Fomilic-' ■ nnd for tho Ttaroler. 

The Proprietor has spared neither oxponie oreaiolo 
maka his Hotel one that shall always bo acceptable and 
pleasant lo all that may favor him with a call. 

With amplo accommodations by means of spacious 
Suites or Rooms for Fnmlllos, mod by reennl enlarged 
accommodation.-, ho it wnC.Icnl Ibnt vL- 1 tors will nl way a 
be satisfied and feel at Homo. 

Ibrtabloness of thn apartments, by well ventilated 
Rooms, clean Rods and Bedding and strict attention 
to lho wants of Boarders; white tho TABLES will be 
provided with the very beat tho soason affords. 

CABRtAoae, to and from the Hotel lo the Railroad 
Can and Steamers, at all limes. Free or Charge to tha 
Patrons of tho Uotol. Hotel open all might. 

■S- Connected with the notol is a Fire-proof STABLE 
oiprotslyfor the care of Horses and Carriages of the 
ns of the House. 

D. E,. CALLAHAN, 




MARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

Tjtrmcn hah utood the tfjit ih all the 

NATURAL COFFEE FLAVOR. AND STRENGTH. 
For sslo at ill tbe Grocer!*, and M thdr 

Pioneer Steam CoffeD and Spine Mill.-., 

SSO FBONT STKEET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. n 



PREMIUM'S OFFERED. 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 

'8HEEV1NE 



UiL I'l--' I ll. OFSRATIOHfi will .ecelvo tt 

-.m'' I:'. !..,', , J ,".'.'.',"i'^ "' a' :'.' -'■ ''i,'",' 1 >' , ".?"''i , 'i 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

—Late Woodrord's Hotol— 

PACHECO. 

MTFJE DHDERSfO^fED, HAVING TAKEN 
the above named welt-known and popular Ho- 
tel, would respectfully iorerm Ibe tra.elinj 
puhllo that they sio prepared lo accommodate Heady or 
transient boardors in a satisfactory manner. Tho house 

added, and the whole establishment thoroughly refitted, 
rendering it we'll adapted In every rejpect to tho ro- 
qnlrmonls of awoll conducted country bolol No pain, 
will bo spared lo contribute to the comfort of our euosla. 



A Daily Line of Stage- 

Paeheco with Marlines, Sin Pablo, Oakland, 
i, Claytoo, and the Coal Mines. 
0, Jnno 20, 1EG3. 

J. JO. 5UIHTS &. CO. 



Imiiortant lo the Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN^ HOTEL, 

BBNICIA, OAIi.1 

Timtiiiis Brouilcy, Proprietor. 






SO LcdehiE, 



AMERICAN HOTEL, 



Tllll.-tln.WrilLiLf 



SAWYER 8t CLARKE, 

lUPOltTEIlS AND DEALEttd Itt 

Pure How York, Beaton, and How Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

superior quality. For sale by tho Pipe, 
Barrel, or Case, at prices un- 

Corner of Front tit. and Ilroailway, 

BAN FRANCISOO. n 



20 



^lysc E Q~~A. lifobnia FA R, >£ E B 



% WifatuiE Jtanro. 



per, mil ot>llf«o> bj-MUciil 
loo baadi of ihoMli" wM. 

Bcnil !■•: Sample f-T" 



■ inbKripUOci, or 1 
tabtcrlpdoo, m*y cc 



How to send Honoy by » 
:a they on do «fc!l " •" "«»! 






AGENTS WASTED. 
t ™l nih.-r .t.Hjdc r°rua Acdre lolelllsrat moo, Ihi 

lo Hnnorrnum, Florists nod Inventors la tho old 
states and Europe. 



/■MiUori 0/ JforliW 

the ParlSc Cout qoJ Terrllorioi aflJoUrthe, u well 

Parcaiuitig Acttcy. 
IIhtIpc bad tbe axaeHeace ol orer thirty 3-ean la dealing 



^r 



Copperopolisj, 

VTi brlofly'spoka of Ibia fibs mining district In 

iur Usi, giving aomo loading fcMnrei i wo now 

Tbcro nro tiro hotels— tbo Coppero polls, by 
Jnpt. Manning, long known m tho keeper or tho 
Vebor House al Sioeklon. This hotel was built 
ly J. W. Bean, in 1801, lo three months, nt cost 
)f $10,000 ; was rented to Gardner 

fnor months, nod was tben sold lo, and carried on 
by Mr. Kolley, of iha Twelve-tulle House. At tbo 
■nd of nluo months Co.pl. Manning tuok it, and 
,ow keeps it. Mr. and lire. Manning do nil they 
an to make folks comfortable. But perhaps, in 
. growing place like Conpcropolls, n young, ac- 
Vtc, energetic man at ibo bead of such n hotel, 
oold make It ruore popular nod profitable. 
The Keystone Hotel is kept by J unies Kendall, who 
bdio there In ISM, but is an old pioneer settler. 



ed for information 






lIso risited tbo " tlulTalo" claim— Judge A. 

G. Brawn, President, nf Stockton j hero we found 

shaft of 52 feet, with Tery excellent indications 

f copper. We think this will prove a good lend, 

with paying ore. TbDio being oul of town we 

returned lo proipect again in town. Wo wont lo 

imlno tho "Inimitable," Ibia will be a good 

d, for Ibo Indications are gnod. A (baft of 

int 100 r eel has been sunk and good ore found ; 

1 slock is improving. Aoolbcr good claim will 

the "GrerilAIvord;" a shaft of fifty or sixty 



largo Olid fashionubls 1 
proud, and titled of the I 



for tbo 



..111,;-, 



for general family groceries 
and other wares usually found In such places. 

One by Messrs. J. SI. Pitto k Co., Is a good stor. 
and well stocked \ it was the first sloro estob 
listed ; II wai opened In IBfil. Ur. Pike ii Post 
mailer aod Express Agent of Wells, Fargo A- Co 

The other It kept by L. Honisbergbor, bnviog r 
good stock of general goods, and doing a gooi 



dry-goo 



es, baring a gen 



e other 






good slock of general dry goods, etc. This store 
stands upon ana of tho rich copper claims, tho 
Ibe shaft being sunk opposite their door. 

There are two good stables. Beordsley & Co. 
keeps tho pioneer stable, established In 1861. It 

stage slable. Ho has excellent horses, carriages, 
etc. A Bingo goes 10 Murphy's erery day, leaving 

The other is kepi by A. McLean k Co., opened 



1 186 



,s for - 



Durham and Do-in CatlU, .Blood Betta, Lata- 

ir and Catixcld Shttp, American Sacs end Lamhi. 
"Su adrcTtucnuntiiaOii 



Times of Holding Falra far 
District Odd Couoty Acricullnrol nod J 



Suit J .n-icafti.ro I Svrittu— At Eat 

S6, isd coDtiaaing five Jsyt 
AVlaers 



I U.,tY.I 



151b, aaa 



ig Bejrt. 
1 Soooma City, Seplorabtr 
Boo Diilria and Canira Ca,ia Caunlg— Al Pmbwo, 

Santa Clara y- n ll, : i—M Santo Clara, commencing 
Soplombor 10, for lour days. 

A.--:;4-r tl.i.ntv— .\t llan ClH-, ri.tn incoming ScpL 33, 

eoolinuiog Silb, ood 2itb, Ibrca days. 
IU,:!-.hU o.-.-.^—M EuKka, cmiooneiDg Oct. 0, 

and eontiooing three days. 
J>/™« &e«tj-at Qolocy, Wednesday, Oct U, 15, 

sod 10, tbrce days. 

[Will lbs Secretaries of .,ihtr Sooiotlta that bore an- 
[-.ialci F.i..., ,.!„,«■ „.,tiiv „. of ,uo tioit, tbat *e 
miy complete the Hit for tbo Slaw!] 

Oregon Etnta Fair. 
Tbo Annual Fob" of tbo Origan Slate Agricultural S»- 
c.Vly, will commence al Galea., Tuenloy, Sent- Is, ood 
eoatlono four days. Tho oillioni gooerolly of Colifor- 
ola ami Wajbington Territory, arc iaviwd Ui iltedd 
the cxhlblllon upon tho lime Krai 



A good market or meat siall, by Zolli 
'rincc, established in lflG'J. This market it 
nd orderly, and meats are sold al about om 
Ian Francisco rales, and all A No. t. Mess 
; P. nre deserving of patronngn. 

There is tbo Union Pioneer Bakery, by Wm. 
laics, opened in 1661. Mr. B. is a business mo 
if tbe working kind. For making good bread 1 
s n genius. A good Union baker all tbo time I 

J. S. Crnwrord is the pioneer barber, andshav 
elf an. He bas a good shop, pleases bis cnstoi 
ers, and does up hia work well. 

The lea Cream Saloon is kept by T. T. Tenge 
It was opcoed in 1EG2, end Is tho first and only 
ononf Iho kind. Ho keeps good "creat 
frnlt, etc. Parlies ore also famished 
fceibi 



El ores, etc., of Cop 



.0 la 1 



of lh< 



endiug. These Ihreo last 
be earn of Mr. Wcstbay. 
arc many other good lead 



1 him lu rlob, paylc 






i fori 



]iule li mi 



Ibo S!g Trees of Calaveras. 
dr recent visit to the Big Trees of Calaveras 
gled us to look npon them with a renewed an 

eoled wilb them, They are now linked with 
'Oil Interesting historical part of this State, ■ 
.-ery year ibo interest for the Big Trees is 



Ibis 



1 fores 



opportunity should bo lost i 

is kept open nil the year round, 
silors 10 the forest every monlh 
Mr. Graham and his lady will I 
Ties to mako visitors foci at boa 

has been at Big Trees four years, 
new road to Silver Mountain, i 
.rtisement), and other singes pai 

During tho past year many trei 



u Ibe year. 

) hoppy al nil 

1. Mr. Grn> 



nearer than San Fn 
r families, access be 
10 readily reached fr 

lero Is no hotel in 
3 can bo bad 
Mr. Graham bar 



4^ 



4. 



State AErloulturoIjFair. 

■a or Agriculture nro making ener- 
getic preparations for the Fair lo be hold in Sac- 
1, the last week in September. Tbe prom- 
■ercd amount to $10,000, in addition tc 
he Stale bountlos or S100,000 nru to be 
:d, or so much as Is successfully competed 
,0 mineral dennnment Is expected to bt 



1 another column for further particulars of 
the Fair, and tho order of business. 

/ j£grlculural Fair at lone. 
'k havVviBilcd lone City and many of tho protty 
omes, line farms and vineyards around this city, 
;id wo are glad lo know tho clttteoB are fully do- 
Trained to bare n good Fair Ibis year. Wn call 
tteniion lo the notice we publish about tho Fair 
-this Is but n part of tho work we have to do for 
mm. All tbe ciliicnB should lake an interest lo 
ic mailer and be up and dning. There ate no finer 
rapes grown than will be shown at this Fair 
round npon tho enil near tnwn. Wo hopo every- 
odywi 



Enrollusst tan DnaPr 
olsl Washington dispatch, lo 
droll has boon ordered In Call 
1 mistake. Tho followi 



>lusl,Dol Norte, Han 



iqriiii District Fair. 
Moon iufcfest is being exciled for this Fair, and 
the Board or Managers nro aciivcly engaged in 
preparations. It Ib announced that nil of Wil- 
liamson's fine thoroughbreds, mnres, and stallions, 
will bo al the Fair. Tbo stallions coosist of Bel- 
mont, Owen Dale, Gladiator, nod California. Tho 
marcs Lii Gerens, Molly Rogers, Boonin Belle, 
id Pete. Such fine horses, and somaoy of Ihi 



o-fuir 



wtby tl 



=,S2> 



Bonht 

»vo added to ihoir list of 
dy published, Iho following: Fo 
1001,510; best pairo 
illc, S10; beet singli 



year old, a framed diploma for t 



inglo . 



Tbo Counties of A 



nd Tuo^ 



mil tut. 



ritb headquarters at Sacn 
Tho Counties of Alameda, Buona Vi. 
la, Fromo, Los Angeles, Mariposa, If. 
Santa Barbara, Santa Clsn, Sao 11 
Diego, Sao Luis Oblipo, San Malen, 1 
Francisco, lo consliUiW and ba known , 
District, wilh headquarters al San Fro- 



The Bis Fnascisco A. 
dtATION..- This Assoclati 
ment at Iho Melropolili 

Lyons," and "Michael Bi 

Mrs. Hayno, Mrs. Judab, 



(/Northern District Fair. 
We havo rcceircd handbills with tbt 
meat of the Fourth Annual Fair, of tbe Agricul- 
tural; Horticultural, and Mechanics' Suciety, of 
Ihe Northern District of California 
Moryaville, Sept. 7tb tu l!ib, and conluining the 
premium list end rules; nlsn, prngramma of exer- 
cises for the six days. The premium list appears 
tn be liberal, and a good Fair is expected. Tbo 
Executive Committee arc G. N. Sweiy, President; 
C. M. Gotham, Secretary ; N. D. Hideout, Treaa- 



StU Flta.S'ClSCO : 
Society.— The pre pa rat loirs' for Ihe Fair 
Socioly, which commences in Pncheco on the 21st 
ptember, nro progressing Dncly, ond when 



■d by long experlt 



The company at the Big Trees hne been con- 

Murphy's Hotel (at Murphy's), by Messrs. Spcn] 
c Perry, who are proprietors at tbe Big Trees, Is n 
inc hotel ond has been mode one of iho moslpopn- 
ar in all tbo mountains, and tbo proprietors not 
n tbo puhlii-,ljv liltir lil.i.Till inn! 



g.-.l.l. 



rally whcrewego.onrohjectwill 



BM11 More He' 



nd Key: 



gion 

Six Months Labor of n Omio 
Wuxs we wtro at Murphy's we paid n visit to 1 
blacksmith shop to see a piece of work, or rathe 
a congregation ol work, tbat was indeed acoriosl 
ty. London M. Sawyer, o blucltsmllb by trade 
ig about one juarl 
Into which bo had placed tho following article; 

rag, arms 2} inches wide, with silk already reel 

ad silk reeled inside tho bottle; two' puszl 
lucks, pieces each, these were put together In 
do tho bottle ; n miner's pick 3 Incbes long, will 



is tbo Oregoobns. 



andsomo 



Help lor tho Fair time. 
Evem grain-grower should prepare 

best varieties. ' Such specimens show Ihe grain tc 
good advantage, and they also add much 10 th( 
oppearance nf tho Hall. Every firmer con do 
much to aid lo this matter, If they will only try, 
Farmer? should take pains to prepare lb eir best 
spocinens in all branches ol 1 heir business ; tbej 
Shoultl all bavc every artiile orrcctly labeled ; 

Fain en, orchardists, and gardeners, can Dlwayi 
one can do eamelblng— nont should foil 10 aid. 



Cow J-™., whose 

should pause nnd reflect upon the old adage ihal 
all is uoiaold that glitters" and that In prose- 
nlog their searches joi gcod leads, good indica- 
ins, ic., a knowledge of rasper una should be 
njuircd; It is perfectly nmailnn In see how many 
ihoos are largely Interested in "copper," yol who 
e entirely ignorant of all that pertains lo Ibe 
lowledgc of tint or ol mining. As wo have said 
rntthcio 



— Tbei 



B upper por 



HSH?SS^s^*" d,; 



«rmcr,aud all weekly papers, will be Bti 
iter, or twenty cents a year, p.yobli 
advance. Semi-weekly pipers tci 
vtokly fifteen cents; sii times a week 



itfcod before, b 

is weeks ago. 
t becoming Int. 



C51td i 



r.luuiii 



inch a. 



We tuok a circuit from Copperopolis to Salt 
Spring Valley, and report now what we 
rst called at Iho "Haarlem" claim, wbiel 

esl claims. A shaft bas bceu Buok n 
eel, and good ore found ; ibe croppings 



cended 



ore— it Is good. This claim, as 
others, »ro under tho wtrkiag ■ 
Wetibuy, E«q., an Indefatigable - 
find leads If they exist. We aro 



ing eight ounces, dou 

on for any odditiont 
weight of four ounci 



r.oar oy aro ihe clo.ms r ■■Worcester"— a good 

leod j Ibe "JcOVs," and ibo "Jeirers' Bxtcnsioi 

also the "Perseverance;" .hi. last ha, a shaft 

down UO foot, with good Indications. W< 

vislled iho "Comet" lend, where n shaft of 1 

J c ";| 8ftjr " tbBdbMn,nBfc '» llb good prospects of 

, ioccess. Tho " Franklin" has a shaft „( twelF8 

or d feel down; the "Pleasant Yalloy" has a shoft nf 20 

I feet, withgood croppings, and alsogood Indications 



■of plier. 



ring b 






plete. The glass jar containing these 1 

inches long to tbo neck of bottle, wbich is th. 
:uorhalradollor. The stopper of tbo botllo i 
idoofwaod, wbich fills the neck of Iho boitl- 

this stopper Is a ting, tbls ring being fastonei 
d pinned wholly on tbo inside, Ibo ring appear 
g larger than tho neck nf thn boiile ; and I 
iish this Ingenious work, Ibis stopper Is bollei 
, the under side In the boltis, with a wedge 
ill one-half Inch wide nnd twice tho width of III 




from tho auihor, James It. Newcnmb, fdrmerlj 

Texas, copy of a pamphlet of 33 pages, jusl ii'. 
sued bjblm, being a sketch of Socessinn Timet 
ia Texas, and Journal r Travel through Haiti 
to California. It Is tho personal observation ant 

s.i":i i,r:::f/" ■•' "•-"•'- 

IsixuxSTiso to MittTii CoMPA!t t iis.-_Tbc Board 
of Examiners, including Aiturney General Pixley, 
nesdny, thai the Militia Law 



v/»- 



Tbo 



Is. Nearly hall 
ing a gay and ft 

Tcll-told story of 



1 and at 



^ by s- 



and laud, embodying wii, 
of genuine merit. The lecturer opened with on 
extempore nposlropho to Sun Francisco, reviewing 
funrtecn years of her astooishiog bislnry, more 
wonderful than tho fabled stories of tbo Arabian 
Nights ; but within Ihe past threo years tbo city 
has out-grown Iho speaker's recollection— rail- 
roads, telegraphic systems, and a newspaper press 
unsurpassed. 

In May, 1B6U, the lecturer left Fronkfort-on-the- 
Muiu, for Cnpenhagon thence to sail 1,700 miles 
due north 10 ihe mystic realms of Odin and Thor, 
as depicted within the shadows of Mount Hecla. 

ed by Columbus in 1177, just fifteen years pre- 

covered tho rocks and swarms of eider duck and 

the Great Geysers four day's journey from Relkia- 
vik ; paid 12 silver dollars for each hurso, they 
weio small, shaggy animals looking as if fed on 
train nil and dried codfish. Tbe Island contains 






ic that Iher 



1 It is I 

10 [.land 



attribuiahlo lo iho loci thai but ihroo Physi 
have ever practiced in tho place. Two newsp 
are published semi-ruoutbly al Ibe capital, 
higher classes aro educated, and nearly 
morning and evening tho family unite In pi 
The description oi (he Stroher, Great Geyser 
hock of Laws, as pictured and palmed, was ihe 
crowning feature of tho Lecture. Mr. Brown 



posed, defectiv 
Eled under it, 1 



.nlie and cqnlp w 
elr expenses 
ded they do : 



id all just claims under tbe Bonn 
■wed by ibo Board hereafter. Thi 
of tbe Slate can therefore or. 



Tub RmtiT Soar—The drafted men at Platu 
>urg, X. V., 10 the number of 3UD, celebrated ihe. 



AMADOR COUNTY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Second Annual F&ir 

Cattle Slxo-vr.l 

WILL BE HELD AT 

SsiOiwrjaas; *cnr-»- s 

Wednesday, Thursday, and FridaJ!*' 

The 23d, 24.li, nnd 25th of September, 1363, 

BOARD OF MAHAGEB9 - 

' A. F. PATTKR Presided. I 

A. B. ANDREWS S>-crctsry. 

ISAAC TNII'f Tieawilt. I 

E. A. CHASE. Maasgtr. 

With onu V,u Prctident fur each T..,. u .l.p 1 
tho County, ol wbich lone arc seveu. 

ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS 

Will bo awarded in PREMIUMS for the Encoanrr 
moot of 

AGRICULTURE, 

STOCK RAlSrSG, 

MANUFACTURES, 

MECHANICAL ISDUSTRT, 
ond MIXING, in Amador Cnunty. 

The Boir.1 of Mnninrem -ill „„„„] l>HE.\lIl'M!-« 
I'll'l/'MASnl- Mi;i;IT:..r.-.i| -.TfL.-ii. ■ r il,ihH..-J. •■■- 

lloDo'jbthTp're'uil'uia'Liit"" 11 ' "'" "" 

E\UlItirio\s OF STOCH, 

TrialB of the Speed of Horses, 

H'i 1 :ir a-,.riiiv iL,'V,m..';' '.., \']„ ,,!.';, ,v u! ,t,.«'-! 
Iho Hic,M„„ t ,|| „!.,„.,[[,„ ., i,. ,.,:,, I(1 ,;,„C ■;;!! 
w <Lro Ihilr iuUutncc 1... i,r, I... I ., |. l-„ir , ,uu!:=- 



A PUBLIC ADDREbS 

U'ill bo delivered dnrloj tbo Pnir.and f iilubli I* - 1 




\ * A"nd day. ./ t.n'f "^Sy" i 

IVew Singing- OSooJi'] 

"VOICE OF PRAISE/ 

10,000 
SOLD IN TWO MONTHS, k 

Toiehora, and Lcadon of Choirs, send orders "»■''( 
dlately tc 

A. KOHIVEK, U 



THE CALIFOENIAF ARMIES. 



21 



STATE 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Tenth Annual Fair, 

TO C01IMEXCS IN THE 

■ OITYOF SACRAMENTO, 
Friday, September 25, and end on Friday, 
October 2, 1B63. 

©10,000 

I APPROPRIATED FOE PREMIUMS. 

LIBERAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

For nil Worthy Ar licit* not mentioned in the 
Schedule. 

Rtate board of agriculture for 

1963. 

ISAAC DAVIS - Yolo. 

Diittleii. 

fWSI. n. PARKS Setter. 

ID E. CaLL.AU.AN ...... Saxinmeoto. 

■ -. 1, DREW.... S-CfumeoH.. 

:. H. GRIM ...._ Sicnurolo. 

KOilT BECK S*eHitneolo. 

T. J. WALSH Colosi. 

i, R WAHRKS .^.o Jotouin. 

MIKE HKYTE ...... ...Yolo. 

L O. J. LEONARD ..Sacraroeolo. 

Tteattna. 

E. 1). HVAN..... Sacrnmeolc. 

&r/clory. 

\-\. t%. noAO __ Toio. 

0,000 inTremidikis 

.Offered by Ine STATE "for Iho Etnawragemint o/ 
Jjn.-.:l:.,r. .:r,J Memhtturtt," Articles to be 

ltd and Premiums awarded nt the 

Stilt Fair, qj ilie 

STATE BOARD OF JUDGES. 

Pbesidest -LELAND STANFORD. 

Juigu. 

ISAAC PA VI? Yolo. 

E. S. IIULDES Stcckloa. 

GEO N. SWEZEY Miirvsi-illc. 

JOSEPH BRIITOX Son Francisco. 

GENERAL ORDER OF EXERCISES. 



-. pi-vr.J.JIir r.-l i.tlpiui •-,- (iai;,]l. 



■JbrcflKpicmledbjnfd And pink nag. 
Us ipeclillj- nenilonoJ. or ehLigs] bj- 



OPENING -A-EIJDHESS 

LELAKD STANFORD, 










ANNUAL ADDRESS 

EEV. T- STARR KING. 

Tliuralny, OrlDliet 1st. 

Atflo'Clock A- "S. i,t ll ■' 11.11. Ml'. -i|...|:n!--.] n'.. 'i-l - 








';;:::: r'.V 


















































"i'v'-'V-'.' " 






















































.i'[V.:|,Di!; 


bo BEL '' 


b ° S0CEin 3 




UAL BALL 




TO MINERS! 













THRASHING MACHINES! 



THE UN!'tF..?[.:NE[i ARE IS RECEIPT DIRECT 

from tho Manafwlurer! or a superior lot of 

GENUINE 

PITT'S, and C. 31. RUSSELL &. Co'u 

CELEB RATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTE BELT AND OEABED. 



4, 6,10, ana lS-Horse 
16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMER5"are ospcelall)- requeued to call and mm. 
loo boforo purchasing olwwh.ro. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 

9 Gunome drool, noir PaeiGo. 



E"VHER.Y FAMILY 

Sewing Machine, 

i* EVERY ONE Uoiior; o SEWING AIAOIILNE 
SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 
A, ills Iho MOST ECONOMICAL, and Is 

ALWAYS SATISFACTOEY. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

With ilsnnmorons Imp ro foments 

IS THE BEST 

Of til Iho virions kinds of 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

Eror offered In Iho Market. 



It is TJ ne quale A 

In Its simplicity and outs of management, 

AND THE STITCH 
:o on Bolhsidoi— all acknowledge to bo 

THE ONLY PERFECT 

Stitch for ALL Family Sc.loi;. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From tho lowest price to Iho blghoil price, 

IS KI'.UtlVfCCB. 

Before parchasinr;, call and Diamine, or 

Send for a Circular 

Cor, Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

H. "W. WADSWORTH, 

AQENT, 



WHT, T, COLEMAN a CO,, 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and San Francisco- 



SILKIIAT FOR1863, 



HQLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT 

CAN ALWAYS BE OBTAINED OF 

CRANE & BRIGHAM, 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 

Corner of Front and Clay streets. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Q.00 HADE H 






ZORN Ac CO., 

GENERAL AGENTS, AMD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 

ll.BEEKHArl STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



toe 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

,eni Agent, New York. 

lARDWARE, BBITANNIA, BHA5S, AND TUT- 



THE NEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 




HKJ HATS! HATS! A 

MM JV1 "- 4 r - ™'-<-"-. A-if.UT KOIL^* 
™^-=^ n. !<03l:riiir.Illi. Cli.l.i: HAT STORK, How 


peclalJr tho hrmlsg pobile login IhennnlU. 

ZORH & CO., 

SAX FRANCISCO. 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

WAREHOUSE 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH- 
ING HOTEL AND FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C'ESX,™, 1 """'. A OTlL ™> °°k- 

CORUAGE. 

An, p.,ll,Bl. ( ,|„, , on(1h| or d01crlplWo of corfap, 

MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 
Al Iho.! notl.o. 

TDBBB & CO., 
16 GlUDdG1,Fnal,Ug,t. 



GREAT REDUCTION IK PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Soil Cheaper than any House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

wrons. 

CAMPHENE, 

BURNING fluid. 
ALCOHOL, 

TUB PEN TINE, 
COAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET ILLUMINATING OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

MAOHINRBY OIL, 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

OHINAKUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEATSPOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
&r>. &c. Ac. &c. 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUFACTUBEBS 
tjaM and Iroportors of ffirf\ 

* HARNESS, ™ 

S -ciclcllos, Bri.cU.es, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C, 

Nos. 314 and 316 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



tho large-it Wholesale Slock In tho country, .mall 
Ordon and Retail Cuiloroors will rocelro oron attoo- 
tioo e-nd bLneSt that thoj can at smaller oslobllih- 

FARMERS am] olhors will do noil to atll on ns 
boforo porohatlne, as tho roio of Eajtorn Eichan B o 
JaitlBei tis lq olorfnj e™di at REDUL'ED RATES. 



BAGS! BAGS! 



LEWIS & DETRICK, 

CLAY STREET BAG FACTORY, 

No. 113 Clay utreet, 

BETWEEN DAYIS AND DRUMM STREETS, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Maoliliie- s o xvo cl 

GS-x*a,ixi— !j3 ags, 

DUNDEE HAND-SEWED BAGS 



WOOL BAGS! WOOL BAGS!! 

FLOUR, SALT, ORE, AND SPECIE BAGS, 

On band and made lo order. 
■Water-proof TENT8, constantlj on hand, 
tyCountrj Morcnaou ml Former, iupu,U«[ 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

Imp orters 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTURAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 



Plows, 




Grain and Floor-Sacks, Baling-Bope, 
Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fuse, Pitch, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars, 



Attention _Hay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JUST RECEIVED, F.X RECENT ARRIVALS, 

S00 Colli Superior Eastern Bntc-Bopo, 
Which wo offer in lou lo .oil, »t Em Fraodieo prloot. 
fiMm J0NE3 & HEWLETT. 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

JHO IMPOBTEBB OP jfU 

\T CROCKERY, ^J. 

GLASSWARE. ' 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 



SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 

I*; 5ANS0.dE STREET, CORKER MERCHANT. 
11 Ml* FlUXrusco. 



DR. lt\0« 1,| .;s ( 

DENTIST 

!0. Oil CI.AV BTKEET, ItitBG' 
HAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Hours ; From B A M., to 6 P. M. 



WARRANTED! 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

JAOKQON STUEET, 
AfCT door, .bora llor.t£amorr, BAN PHASE ISO. 

FIREPROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Landings, Business Streets, 



Places of Amusement. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, 

WABM AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO QUESTS. 

OffhW Rooovaloti and Nonly FLttaiihod this 
RlfRRV ROC" "■■■■■ 

naTr'iViiuofV.'' iho'VoT. 



Ilooal offeti ._ ... 

H'liVI.-lli:!! l-AMILV i."ini~- ,„„! : ,i.., 

>ill„l, A 1A1JI.K j, i!iv ll-u-n int!,.;i?Hv 



,■1 iH.-iT 



shall ho 



favor It bu ooJojeJ horoH,f ( ,rV"l'i°w?ll J b-i '.iji'.'l'u.-t'; 1 ! 
,id TE.MI'EltANCE I'lLlKCIFLES. 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 and 420 JAOESON STREET, 
A few doori below Sloot^.JtiOT, SAN FRANCISCO. 

ThTe flro-prrriif Ijj^l.lif,^ 1-...J.'....] roin? adranl^LieB 

The City Railroad Cars Pass h Door. 

Tbo Komo Is couJuctod on TEMPERANCE TRiN- 
CII'L BS, which .ceuro, lo oar Oueiti QUIET. 
Tbo prices fur Hoard and Reams are vorv modoralo— 

te ai!l Um] ' oc *"*' ffE 80tK&I A CiLL 
F. B. WEIOAST, Propr. 

P,jr Iho orconltnodllloti of mriritni edcil.'l havolaksn 

" ''" '"■' H""«'ll, C.. ,li„n. :■: ill ll' ,:iLlI. ■[,.. I.L-h- 

liut u[, al ollhor lloujo, qiar loko Ibe Trataoni 0! 
(illooil Coach ..ad bo lalton lo ollhor llou.o, -lid 
»»I«ll(«, FREE. E. E. WKYOANT 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STOH.AG-X] 

t-lnhoproonted In this noil known Wirohooie on the 

M.-( l. ! ...r.,l,l„|„rUH 

Aclvancsos 

hfado on approved MorclianiiUo. 

V/U. T. COLEMAN A CO., 



= I 



"^"HB CALlFOEBi-l^S^ 



t 



gtau ISis«tou. 



tT 



lYlitn cor tannon, dta and Uliona, 
Aad Ibo f» *«n widely teaUM* 

In the hash of after »aUl°. 

Cuw a aogro old nod finy. 
Years of loll bad leal ibo "111*, 



B»IUing for Ibo Conti 



Tha no it omplM of oat gliTj 
DiJitipilboiofldiipnle, 

In 11,5 doHQOUl of ourlaad, 
"Virtue rayilbod— all for btiog 

Color or Ibo Contraband. 
God ornnlioos-bluk IbofaHJ 

Tbatappaali 



nid Mr. Harry 

nmiirton. "WbJ 
a bonch of « d ' 



They aro o 

ak|rj(f softly lo bin companioi 

iWliycotraald llr. Fred Ti 
nol? Thty know a bridle from 

tako mj word for il. So fern of IMm." 
dishes bare nothing lo do wllb it, Fred. Of 



so they a 



ladies i 



"Don't speak «o load, 
tbe benny." 
••So, Ibe litllo one." 
"Fred, don't provoke m 

o nose 7 Il's n Ere" ' 
'bat ore you laugblng at 



lady -whimpered. Master Cbarb 
wltbont helping matters. M 
quick view of ibe emergency, 



the limit of the C( 
Lbc Indy her borsa 



Stafford look 
,d trill, a rfogl 





dm 




ona 


nah iv 


tilt 


crowd 




„ c l, 




















l-l 


bleed 


ag frs 




iboy 


jirr 




10 


way 


[To. 


Coal 


ou «U 







BOWEIST BROTHER, 

WHOtESAlE AHD BETAIL BE4IEES IS /g|5i 
STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY \l fy^M. 

GROCERIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 







Tbe inspection ' 



o beller 



Tbegontlen 

preciali 

■■Tbe lall one is 
Harry Stafford. 

"I'm afraid sbo te," aoswt 
illy. "But you can't bn> 
litllo one rides well enough, 
loo," !ia added with bu- 



oi then 



rrals that 



Acd tbe en 
Will U brokt 



C. Fresco KtcrUBB 



I f LOVE BT MISHAP. 

[V^/give tbe following odrairablo ski 
"Love by Mishap," from Harper's Jlog" 



hi? noble heroino acted from a ooblo im 
]d that impulse was right. lVe present tbis 
i contrast It with tbe bosl of those weak to 
omen wbo claim to be slrong minded, ivbo 
■r their silly sentimenls of mnck. modest] 
rar Ibat terrible "Mrs. Grundy," wbile their 
im Is 10 seek like other "adventurers" to em 



There hud been no finer day dnri 
There were no threatening clouds, 
nets were nwisbing. There was n 
and collars were nndimmed. The; 
sunshine, so parasols flashed like i 
or like-feathcrfl plucked from tbe 
Ramble. 

The cavaliers bad stationed then 






ned Jlr. Tim 



Tbo ladies turned, an 
openly revealed. 

"I tell you, Harry," 
"you're all wrong. She has Bne regular features 
but. look at Ibo expression I Il's poalli«lj Btonj 
Thai's o woman lo do you a cruelty and ibe 
laugh. She hasn't a beam of feeling In her foe 
It's a splendid eye, but it glitters just like ice 1" 

Ui. SiaBbrd wos shaken. There woe (ounhio 
lo wbal TimmrrlOD said. Tbe brainy was .ndi. 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROYBD OVERSTRUNG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

jfjM™PricBS"Sm^ioiT<n. 
TESTIMONIALS: 



S1«,--SEW t OCTATE PUVOS 

Of dfflsrea. roaken. for 1173; to, with ctnf l«j«, *j°J 
liu, oo, tea, sis, tioo. tus, Stes. »IW, and »iw. 



THE HORACE WATERS MELODEONS 
AND HARMONIUMS. 



Ti-.ni! l!i« l"r:-l T,--[): -f- 



!, bui it n 



,.: |.l-.0 



"Undoubtedly," laid Ti 
her is oq original packj^ 



rok all hut tbe mouth ; but I am 



But Mr. Timroerton strongly resisted any sue 
proposition. Sol that be cared specially nboc 
the girls, you koow— ootbiog of that sort; hi 

what was their presence to him? Bul the musi 

sn well worth occupying as Ihnt nn which iht 

slood— unless, indeed, il were a certain poll 

:b, strangely cnongh, v 



sntl, i 



ended, odvan 



mbly 



hi if rid,:. 



Mr. Tim 
Duld t 



would i 



,„;■,,,, -:,». AI.EXAKDEK OIKSASS 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

» copies bned. Anew Sln.-lo; Bjok fur Scho 



■I'iiL'.-.- f :.-.lf il-.--," -An.-I I'liiiiL.," -M. r r.i- 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. I, 

ta por loo. 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



OF BVBB T KIND, AT LOW PBIOE3. 
,h seloetl™ of oar .lock or Good,. Man, ottlcloa 
rlitnlor »ll«nUoa li »!«' SPECIALITIES, tor our 

-FA MIX, "ST TH.AD^, 

SUCH AS- chDloo klnJs 

OLD JAVA COFFEE."" " < ' fa[ Fnmi , Vst 

TEA 1 , UGAm',." E " " Cr''...d, E.w,l.d, ... «,„- ,h.l„ v„i„ r . 
PRESERVES, Mil-, '■-•, "■'" ««« " '» "■"• 
,_,„, ,„ n ™,„M. .,,1 ror ,,orr pi.. SIRUPS °t «■• «r? cbplral. 
„, ,ttj-b «ToHEESE Irom ibo md.l cliknUd D.lrlt.; .I.o, a" E.U.r.. 

or oo "hit »' L??! 111 .™™ 1 lumrv SPANISH OLIVES, of superior quality 

ONELEES SARDINES, a real luxury. rountr v 

Bofh inland Stlll, e^.coiAlly for Fatally Use. 

,.,„n, Cnllnan ditt.Htinonl of tho House bold, and tbo uinal Fimllj 
Tbesowllharory other art>elo nc.ilcJ n ^ l ^, r " ° , ^„ ',!„ r | „ ll |„ ,,, ,;,„ ,:,■;..,-,,.,.„ -- ,11 ■-■.■!,. ui-.y h,.-, 
■■ : - -^l'"' 1 '" 1 ;', ;' ,; V 'In ...'|.'-l.. .'M'- tl,.'h,i,in. .,-1 ..'.r !■ .lr-n-- ii:l.' .ml !;!■.■ ■ ";'- ull ordari kftsllk 
bIM bo filled with «r* oiid ■u-'l-.t'rh. ■'"■'";' i , ; "" lh ,. l ..' ,,.,,, (,.,,.„ Lbolr c^ja . 0o t lo the "hirrej -iiboil 
1,0, fri.ol- fr..u, , , h ^ c, "";j r / r 1 . 1 ^ Q r«illboattoadedto«ith tbo «aoio oaro as If purehaies store Ptesoal. 

Notice 



LONGWOKTB'E 



BOWEN BROTHER, 



It IS I". I -11 STORB-1 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY. 

FIRE A.3STD LIFE. 

OFFICE SoFtliwest Corner Blontgomery and Sacramento street!. I 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! I 
LIFE X>E2I»-A.IS,TaXEIVT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,00011 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

riual. The onJjf Stock Company in Antttiea ahosc Charltr proviia Ifloi nil ibe profits iSall | 



Polloios Isinod at this Ac 



y holder, 



> ipm 



endllae 



.ppnrontly unconscious 
of Ibe Interest tbey had od suddenly excited. They 
icily aparl, liiiog Iboir atlentiun up- 
il view, and EWlug no eye to details 






ored c 



with 



ml Ob, yes. Whataclinnl Josl 
:tep. 'Tis a beauty, tn be sun!" 
's a fellow who has no eye for anything 
ies. I mean the rider, Fred ; look ai her." 
she does sit well. Noboby could hate « 
cat. Thai girl can rido, Harry." 
ould think so 1 There are iwo of them 
bj are coming np here. So much Ihi 



Mr. Dodworih shook bis wand, and tho ob 
ieat tubes sent forth their welcome lo the mu 
ilnda. Etery hodywas quiet— if not Irom li 

. by officials clothed 1 



.cod at IhQ Ct 

„:,£ iviLli li'jLHfj untl whceln wl 









each of Ihe gentlemen si 
attidude, after Ibe mnnm 
under anticipation of beii 



snbdned resemblun 



1 bearing a lad of thirteen 
:ourse. At sight of these ! 
hcenspeoklog this lad beg 
os, showing that hi- li.id I 



tbete hod been a dl 
Tbo Bravo young 1. 



for tbe sir 


el, or at a 


assembly, are 


iog In tbo 






Tho la! 


or, and apparently the ol 


fair. Tbe 






bad many 


of tbe adr 


intagss of each o 




rriom an 




playful an 


da little 


erroua. 



mo. Wait, ni 
t altogether a 



Impatiently polteil the Purl 
ButMaster Cbarley, with n 






THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 



THE HAltP OP FBEEDOM 
a^tSihXp^^'wOaWaS™^ 



BUTH: A SACKED CANTATA 



. tho asonl dolay of sending apnnlioatlcns lo Now York. 
Nevada Territory, and transit to and from tho Stales to Cnlifoinil 
■itbuat extra cbargo. Dividends appliod lo pjymont of Premiums or added lo policy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., J 

Of HAKTJOHD, ' 
Residence in Califora 
Divide ads a 



nonallT, I 



n If bo dcii 



This Company declares i 
"" Books and Pamphlets containing fall details of tho system of Llfo Insurance, caa bo had al tbo igeney. 

The Cheapest and Best life Insurance Company in the World ! 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, OOITlSr ; 

ASSETS, 151,000,000! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF FOLI0T HOLDERS, 

$50,000 ! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OP NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, 81,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

--■ ■ Park Fire Insurance Co. 

Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



.his own way. From di 
> prancing: " 

ropped the 

i [.-.-.- 1 ■.-■ 1 1 >■ rulcA-id, lliij pi 
jrwnrd full «-'•»' «i Hn; 
orao, dijturbing ber hi 

'..7.j'., cijifl l-H l.-T Hi.; . 



.lly oj 



snap ibatwnc 
icty with nbi< 
• or tSaster 

losing tbo rcl 
Irol. llr. Tim 
iiiging sluowa 



VOCAL MUSIC, 

With Piano Accompaniment, 







Board of References : 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Esq. J. P. FLINT. Esq., 

HENRY CARLTON JR., of Flint, Pcabody A Oo. 

of VT. T. Coleman & Co. LODI3 McLANE, Esq., 
ANDREW R. FORBES. Esq., of Wells, Fargo & Co. 

of Forltcs & Babcock. 0. B. POLHEMUS, Esq.. 
JOnN H. BKDtNOTON, Esq., of Aleop A: Co. 

of RiKlmgton & Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 
J. D. KITTLE, Esq., Sao Fraaoisco. 

of Douiit, Kittle & Co. 



Galvanized Iron Lift Pumps, 

FOUR SIZES, 3, 4. 5, and 6 INCHES, 
stuck'" San Juho Patent Valves, 

(7ARRENTED TO RAISE WATER 125 FEET. 
(Mo end Sold oalyby 

CHAS. C. ERNEST, 

JO STOCKTON. 



zr 



Doane's Hay-Press. 

'"' ''■■ ' ■'■ ''■ ■' ' ■' ' '■> ■ ■■' ■ ■■ ■ ■ ,,. 



Twenty-five Cents I 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSOjV'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 640 CLAY STREET...SAN FRAN01SC0. 

FOK 2fS OENTB. 

ALL STYLUS OF FANCY OASES OK LAflflB SIZES 

Pliotograpli§ Tor S3 per DOB cl " 

Lar«.»l«d Pbotographi tho larao horoli.lM^S 
... Tit. H...L,,;, f... II,., fir-l , : .,,.y, ., Ill li.-r^ife' » 
illi:.:.: ].,.|.,.v. . -;.!)■; «!.« . .|.|.:.. .J.-.B JolUr- ** 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 

Wo eaaraatoo and lollalt the. hk-bejt or.lof of w"* 

our ipoolnlitj. 

Oiwarc or IiupoNtcrs I 1 

e.-;- Thi. i.nl.li" '.' !ili,.J lli'.t IL,.-. ,. il... ■ n!> '1 ' ,|, {J !l' 

i„ i-.i.-i, ■ : ill-. ...in.., Iv.ii-..- ,1... ,„ ,,l,l,. Il . :- ■■'■; , .; 

tii., .■ LiiTuuni Kill, iu;i.i!;ui: it jiiMNsi.i.'." ■.■.ii'"'' j,' 



S. W. SHAW, 
JPoi-trait r»ainter. 

Number 15, 3d Door, Uorcanlllo Library bulU 1 



THE CALIF ORNIA F ABMEit. 



33 




THEA.X)T^ELL & OO'S 
LIST OF MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARV EST O F 1863. 

MOWERS: 

«nirc« pr ° r * d - e,IT """ L ™"" g 0AQ - PAEMEB UOVSB, No. Mi.otn.. ..1] ™kon of 
UUVVER, BSIOK MOWER, " " F.lOinsCclll..-Bar, 

COMBINED MOWERS AND REAPERS: 

S®SiS%8S&igl&3igg-$!gB?- KBSi™W" "3."™ * "8™ 

■ ,0 d ° do E4QLB do do do 



[HBY 

OOD'S SELF-RAKE REAPER. 



REAPERS: 

McCORSUCK'S SELF-RAKE REAPER. 
3EY'S SELF-BAKE REAPER ° ° 



GEOCBBIBS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

For Cash Only. 





Inc [hoi 
■ ii"bi n Cuh, wilTi 



It. B. FORDII A ill. 

Corner of Front and Jackson Street 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKEB STOVE, 
For Salo J3y 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 




HARVESTERS: 

=, FARMER'S FRIEND HEADERS, WOOD'S SWATHBRS, HEADERS 

STEAM THRASHER: 

OTTEVS, LANE, DYER 4 GO'S En,ii.« id Sepimlm. 



THRASHERS: 

■rubor. SPENCER 1 : 

>' Uir.i'hors. PUT- l'Mir. ra „„ 

EMERVS2 mhi 4-aotu Th 



30, 33, and 36- inch Thr nine 



ll^^to^S .^^ 8 AND STEAM-ENGINES: 

nluilo f UI Tb.a'-inn ;.' ' J,,;iL "' '' ldJ '"' Jn ' ( LlWJ '- i ' J '"' *-=«!' "J Tr«J f[" : .*-Pi.«„. Sieou.Ensir. 

HAY-PRESSES: 

GOVE'S, and ISUEBSOLL'S Hi f -P™ies 
V E^TRA USirSOS for the abov. M,cbin„. Bem„ E -P.abb., and Le„b.r-.ll ,!„.. 

TREADWELL & CO,. 



13 ' 



wanted. 



ire 

leiliii,. ..- 



Wanted. 



• $6, $8, or $10,000 Wantei 

^&ANTEn-l n Fbe Ctfoai^Tfor ooe pr l„o re.n, fro 



10,000 soiras. 

Five Cents Each, 



r» : ,li,.,r 



,:".;7. ,, ,-;.„, 






R "Pr--,wu,. ria- llm , S4n f™ = oi« 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

The Original P. P. Stewart I 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Prodncing 

LARGE OVEN 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bitomlnoas Coal. 

JSipnovF.D is isao, 

w 'n^"iob^u'IV 1 |::nr;. F '";;'' f br' 1 V )! 1 ,,loA ' 1,iiL ' OD 

^Arltniioo Is iorllod lo tho follow!n B jwloU of juporl- 

ineV""'' ' '"■■■' '"' """ "' "P lB 

portion of Iho Store li 
:h Stove l, lubmiliedlo. 
orworluunleucoiaploiolj 



'■'jr^'v'-'' 



g|.mc, .ho 'rent , 

U-iU-D.y |.,il,.„. 



c''u'!, c '"'\l' u u"; ;,■;,;■': T i .;;"""i: ; j' i ''-i'e-BT»iit8h i 
•■Mi.-ri-!!.";-!;;;;:.',,';! ',;'■■' ■ i:i, - | - ;iii > i''-'-i <h'"<X; ;!ii 

h^JJ'f^'L'b*".™ "o""^,™"- fan " ^ ' plIIn, 

k.-^ m "v ■■V' .: , i' ll ■j"" r : , t' , i' ■ , 7 l u, ''4'' i "' , "° off ° k * ^r 

.:,.„.. ■.!.. ., ■ !■ 1 1,',', mii .,.' 

9-3-n 432 Seam 1 f C n I 'i Bn M ." s 'CItLER, 



fflgft P««-WotMi Mci-iao Sheep. 

dmricloilVr ulo. Addict. Kuitoi FiMteJ Jo" 




Ho. 128 Ban some street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK....SAN FRANCISCO. 
General Agents for (ho PnelDo Cosit, 



STOVES, 
Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FUH,N'I8HI,\G GOODS, £0. 
SOLE AGENTS FOB 

iHALLEBTbj « 
FRTJIT-JARS, 

Tho only nbsolnloly reliable Jnr In uio. 

3DOOKLTS HoTBL SLOTH. Bo. 133 SlOMoio fttcol 

*> S.X F n , s , 1IC0 . 






SEED WAKEHOUSE. 

(ESTABLISHED IH 1SJ0.) 

5. "W. 3IOOR.E:, 

IMPORTER 

HOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER IN 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. 40S CALIFOHiVIA. STREET 

Botnoen SinBomo nnd Montpromory drools, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

TDE UNDERflJilSKH HAS K-TARLISriED SUCH 

-- — 0'|.,nlrn/. ,i„.| !■..■■ L,,.. . in E,,,,-,-., lll)oon ,' ■ 
■ - -■!!„. i'.. ,„,!,„ ■.-,:[( I..-I ,.ut.-,._,t„, ,„,., ,-| 
l^rt-lholr chmcfrl .-••.-.(: ,-,.■,,:„. ,f „|,i.-h 1,.. 
. bo In rnolj.t nml In onllo.f ,-„uotv, l.r,,- 
IV frem Fmiwo od.1 EoBl.od, from Roll knono 
liBn'ornSiacr" "" W ° tt V roalatM 

'■ ■'■■! ..II ■.->,:.■. !,,,,i.„, .-o-rl. ibai .oo.l/ra 
if,.rm„ :.,.■ coi f„|1y irl^Llo ind d.Dnol bo t: 



HAS FOR SALE 
AlfnlfaorChilo Cluvcrr HunRBrmn Grma; 
Kfntacky Bluo-grnss; Orchard Grnss; 
H^-^-iop Grnaa; SAinfoin Grass 

En K lish Rye- K rn»s, Tittiolhv GmsB : 

Red Clover; Whlto Dnleh Olove 

Crimson OloTcr, Lacoroo, Ac. Ice. *o. 



BF.ET, CA(irtA(.iE, CAIIROT, RAIHSII TltRNIP 

i.'UCCJlHNIt. MEI.r.i;,'c5. f,NTl i:ck nsmw ' 

TOMATO. EAKLY A.\D [.ATE PEAS ' 

BEAMS, Ac, Ac, Ac. 

Tobacco Seed. 

HATASA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SEED- 
LEAF, AND MAINLAND TOBACCO SEED. 

COTTON SEED. 

Qaano from Johnston's Island. 

FLOWER sr.i'.ws (300 Varieties). 

BULBS: 



sjjrulihr]]. 



[To he lux; ui(h lit JIalUlajah dorta.] 

Wise cyo< havo loon Iho glory of Iho eoning or the 
Lsrd: 

Iho TlnUgo whoro (ho grspci of 




MANUFACTURE BEST OF FA1I1LY L 
■"wr cornor of Mojod nnd Paelflo rtreob 



PACIFICRAILROAD. 



^f hii ability lo .Mlify hi) patrons. 

3r Naliv e California Evergreoii ^5 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fes EirODTtTinN. 

IDE UNDERSIGNED, FROM Ills BXTEBSIVE 

Large Stock of Evory Variety of Seed, 

HERCHANTS m THE T/CADE, FAR5IERS 
AND LARGE HANCII OWNERS, 



Tho AuooU of Wall., Far^o A Ca.'i Einrei. ai 

;;:;"." ' ■ ' ,, ; :i - ,: ' I "'- 1 - a.— m . i.. r rt,„ „ r ,.i, ,.,.,„. 

in umnr Urdors foi S H d. and rmmlnilng f or iho .amo 



roilod Jo.;,i>. and tln.iV ioi'tri.'riif i.^ali "b*r loo' 
VST Send ror a Cntalognc 

S. ~W. MOORE, 

SEED WAREnOUSE 

408 (old JTo. 110) California street 



no 


has looiod Iho faloful lighlmng of his lorrlble 
iwUhmord,; 

Hi. Lrntb u marching on. 


I h 

Tb 


■to («d bin In tho iratoh-Brcs of n hnndrod 
v tn. v. Ijiiil.k-il Him ao nltor in tbo OTonlng denj 
n road III] rigblooua [ootooco by tho dim and flor- 




E Hls'd.ji.tnorohioBoa. 


lb 


to roid n dory gospel writ In bnrniihod rowi of 


Let 


yo d«l irith my coBlomnori, so trith joinnygr.co 

shall doal ; 

tho Iloro. born of women, orush Iho sorpont nilh 



Sinco God Is marchlnp; on. 
u .oondod forth tho tiuropol Ihat ohall novor call 
lifting oot tbo hoirls of men bororo Hia jadg. 
oertin, mjioa!, to onawerHin.! bo Jnbilont, my 

In tbo heoullc! of tho lillu Christ »ai born aorosj tho 
With a glory In HI] boaom that transugnroa yon nod 
diod lo maho men holy, let m dlo to make men 
Wbilo Qod Is marehiog on. 



Tub courso nf the trno woman is that of 1; 

.me soRly down from Ihcir secret founlnina 
ic bills, and iodicolc their presence only by • 
:ocer verdure of the mendonrs Iboy rfaier oi 
le jnoel flowers that iriaRo their bordora. 
Ladiib, let yoor hnir, teeth, nod compleiii 

-c false, if neecssary ; bui let not your hoods 

raise, fnlsebooila nro incicuBBblo. 

'Wdat ore jou doing ?" enld r. father to his so 

lime," rrns the rijoindcr. 



Ir rain 


d ao bard 


in Bust 


a tb 


Olh 




hnt 


bridge lo 

TIlBt'r. w 

bo cnald 


5 et 3 ouT 


be harb 


oldh 


wdec 
sad 


onde 
not be 


tbo 


ill l> lillli 
't soy his 


old be 


i P 


A man 
recently 
caused a 


n New 11 


.m, -l:„ 


Ovb 


tbo 


gray* 

booed 


.00 


lone to b 
ribed, "T 


placed 


red 


A dang 

(in.li.-i.vnr 

n!n peri 
ate her i 


hler is nlmoat always 
to imitote her mother ; 

raoiberis equally right, 
d of life, ibo tries all 

aughler. 


Igbt 
iho 


wo do 


she 
not 


A 


CARJ3. 






cnbers fi 


f ten yeo 


"i 


"tent 


on" 


tho s 





At first tbair invention made but slow progress, 
mi thanks to Ihe liberal and njiprtcinlive c-|iiiii 
■f it large porlion of tbo teamsters nnd coocb 



Bfterapplylog every means euggeand by tbo 

'i L ;." ii ;i';^! , ^:, , : MI " ; ^" c ° «f chemistry, 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

TWO SPLENDID HEW AND [HPIIOVKD STOVFg 



The BAT STATE and'other Stoves, 

Wllhalar«M»rlmontof 

>a %;? n \ m^ J 1S -WABB. Enameled ai 

rum.l IliuN-UAlu;, ( ; UF IKE-MILLS, 

BAKE.OVE.VS, SAD-IRONS, 
For sa| b -*" 4 °' **' 

U..O.TI w ! B " °- AUSTIN, 
soils Tln-Worlu, 321 cloy .treat, bolo. nl,,* 

" s 1H p n „ cl ; c ; 



s'ini'iy, 
md our 
supply. 



ni'r;Ks .'; eami;i:ht, 



@V C. E. COLLINS, (Sj. 
•SioM MoM.so.nory. treat, ^ 

American Watch Factory 

p WATCH BEPAIErNG; 

SAT NEW YORK l'ltj(.:i;.s ;/'? 




Wholesale. P.odooD B=P°"^ 

^"^" P n T on * Co No 42 dry 5WC-] 

]CorTWtcd"W>dlibJ*-U.TODn "" Aop.SI. 

M. heavy receipt, of £* f» ,b 'X»TJ 

In partlcol.r, !■ ™J J ' 



decline. TboW 



have hit 



Eji-j" boyer. or rtipp* 
*la 

larger eupplyllm 



To. now. for the p-twk h B"*" 1 * fll * " b, ; 
lu ,bo Union cause. The siege of Charleston f, 

niilure. lortSuroior una nceo m 

, IM ..d Oil....'. P«™> «'"• : »J ,'°" * 

.,-. , .... WH.aloa. K C . ( cr 00 »l -TOT , 



.d,.«.teB l»»..b. >«» ■' ~[ 



.-ilebl. "Hell lo "hip 
.l,„„d,».»ll..--«» 



l nod rtttct 



viewriap«brii;6bwtAnel»r. *■** ' ""* '■-. 

« n*n in '--ii M ■ ■ - JH'l 1 !'■'! . r-.l-, 1 I'l'l. - 

. jEij.i.. Wheal; per brig J W Lnc. 

Floor, 






' 0n ? P J!...= _'. 3 , i 337 ,m Wheat. ToSa 
hf-aks Floor, nd 1' 



rt. Wheat. To Sidney per bark Panama, u |.« 
and 3003 tir-.lt! Flour, sod 739* sk* « b«l. 1« 
(he charier of *= ' h "'P Cconnest for Liverpool, 

past week have been as • '" ' ' 



g «ilb d«P" 
s as Ecru «s lu V!" : "' h ',..' 



1 been lying 



Life Iniaranee. 
Osof tba most Importnot of oil mno's dot 
ccuuccled with bis temporal affairs, is lo gui 
BB folj tho M r n ii,p 3 ot 1.U labor n nd hLi.baod^ 

*"" f*U™ o»r o Mbe pri»«J dutics l0 kee P bls 
properly of all tiniflra;"',^ mB 

life, thus milking 
iroily, and »«' 
Lm IVr == ■ ■ J ■ T ■ - -■ 

P - Pp "s & riio" r 






id" James Islands, 6> 
Ui e3 "occurred! Tbi 



^Upilcb dated off Morri. Island, Aug. .3«h, 



Another saicgoard Is to ini 

„ j.,,,1,1,; puiiriiou-i; sipninSl 
log 10 thoifl dependent upo 
F.ri;iintr amnios! all danger 

*EiKBHs»fi™« •- < 

,j day. 

-laelvcii popo- 



,r=d o g 



eat fnc 



ONE pABMwjnWa a 
A GOOD RAHCUInS 



Mmii.ti'l ['■ tJi.li 



ml J— a boo* bargal: 
„ tho region of M 



Tira poi»i<owiso *tr.\>i. 

aniPS »'» 1" dl^oichrf 
In lliu Moiilll orAn«naMBo3 
3o P I. -I-COSSTITBTIOS, J. T. Watilra, ConmaadB 
Sept. 13— ORIZABA, Qeo. II Broolmrj, CoinoiaDarT. 
Sept. aa-OOhOEW AGE, IVm. ¥. UplOge, CuounaaJt,, 

Alt* o'eloeli, A. HI' r ponetnally. 

PoHtroeer. wlllbn aonrojed [ram Paaato. lo Aiolomii t, 
.v r . l .,|, ll l, l :aoCo m p.n».a n dfromA.plomHloN™ 

" H I.- !'■■■ All ibbc '■■■"! i '" ,| -' i: Sv-iin.blp CoCJD'DJ. 






d, nnd, on F 
lolls ehnrgsd 


; d it u 


on urgent pr 
ost Tillainona 

D d B ]i a h, F«n"b 


and 



u,VSf iSKS "«» >" .° ld -'""" 

heilUncj. 

S«^ Jf TO Ain« n. (J« ifot™rt«..-Wo i»c B '«d 
10 End Ibsl so toaiij persons tip in our mountain 
to.™* are appreciatiof- Inn snviog omch.oea and 
n-hatiaof moroeni, loo, thev .in; v.i.,fiv j.i.iuni 
IhsWheclori Wilson aowinp; machine, nil ioh n 
now conceded lo be the beat sowinS ma^hio^ 
known. Those who want the best should be sun 

improvements. Call at Iho rooms in San Fr.in 
cisco nnd see the new nod elegant mnclilocs jus 

FbcJhco Foundry.— We call attention to the card 
ol Messrs. Blandish * Mum «J^** "* ' 

l 10 , ) ,,|„:r.. llll ,:ri I in iluit niftnct will B 



:ellent "Barlej Mill 



Splendid Orchard 

FOB SALE, 

-jsjjB- BY REASON OF A CHANGE flft 

3S^% or Ho..in. : .., iho owner ofl-ars for ,,, 

Sh ,--;-.v ,|,. ,.■ I iha ni'i.l i.r.'lo.'U"- '.!;- lyl 

ejPwSP ctiar-biooiir Siale, end moit nd--^ 

II mlrablr loeatad. 

'rtTu^l.nr.i contain. SEVENTY-FIVE AOBES, and 

Fifteen Thousand Tree", 



California Steam Navigation Company, 

Cpama-e *•"» fl"* Br«dr^( trior/, ai t o"ttoJ, P.ll, 

OARBTHG DNITfcD STATES MAIL. 

.the paw ahVbplendid 



: A«rj e_ 

angPlow" worthj 
ions highly credll- 

'nd wanreolad lo 



3,000 Apple, 8 <?°° P ? ch ' 

1,000 Pluto, 1,000 P=itr, _ 

1,000 Oberrj, 1,000 Apricot, 

1,000 Grapo, 1,000 Various. 

Th. Crop of Frui. Ihll rear b esrellent and a real 

r ,„ r .. ll , .. ; ,;.., .1.1 ,!„.;. II I" .XH..!.-.' rh,! 0r6b» d, DO 

in toll [toil, a; it «ould b» an ^-oranco of 1U real 

■jTi 1. 1: I'EUFKCT A j.;::. ] i- .,■(!■..« .if tbo Tjlw™ 

T\''.\'X7X''^t'l'' hi 1 .'.. '■*■!'.. i r.Vi.ii i .lfu.-- 

..r-.'.'-.-Mr-.-iii'.- Il'tih.r-r ili.J F.n;-i<:n. 3l-3n, 



San Frandico CatUs Maibei-— Al 



P^uK-n®™eed, iJ@Sc; d««=d eim"'9 »■ 
ViAL-2i@ s i«* B - 




...,.,:,.. „iili l.;ni-k lire was teiomtd. ll is 

l ,"„.:-|,I ,bn ll..- S".n I S'"|iL-; will iv.iv.j oVlT 

„„[,., l( .-rn L -l.l. Tin,..- i.-' tuii-iillj :Ltl-i1 I.....I.I- 

' l V' : ''"'i'."'n' in'tlVrui^of S...nl.-r ; l..;r r .u„ 
tu - ou'v TO....H..1 ou Mollivan's Island. The end 

, „ lr .... „>■,.]■ ,.J L ,.-..nl. J n .Lutilv:.! Laivri-nf.;, 
;,„,:,;. TlM.-cilv «■!., i.-ulir,]y ujt-.WIl J ^ tlii- 

.,";i' : 'lu'n.'i-!^i'l "'V'Tv l'....r.i..r..l 'inUinTiriiiriju-K-. 
Tl..- .in v.j,: iotkt.i au.l l.urne.l. ibu loss i* Lii.- 
rna.ed at two miUion^ ^;j[^™ ™,' i ^ h B 

■Th sajs Une ^"".urncd lo Li 'vi'r.- , ' ■ . v nl, 
;,„ „„.;, „r„l,,r l,i, o..m.o,i,d. He tilled .11 ^r- 
rill,-. l,..nel,or P ini/.i[.|...-.f,.r^vlo l ;. J in..u 1.,- 

n,,, r l-,-io.^.-,.un.l.cr. i.n..|„i[ 1 .lre.i... 1 .l..l- J l.':.-- 

lurf b'.")"i!:: lni'! l>fen boriL-d ol I,:.ierente up u 

"he district. Utinj of them -»■"" 



[, WendlnAYEa'dHEOIUINEJ, a 



BENIGIA 

LAW SCHOOL. 

T'-'i"^'' ^'i' ^™- '•">' LAw'^iii'i-i. '* i-.-.Tj 



learner 0IIRY5OPOLI3, I 



iLI rr 1 L ( j T 






SpleudidFarm for Sale, 

THE FARM IS SITUATED IK CONTRA COSTA 
Connly, bcin B onoof Ibo moil heallbr witiau ^r 
llit S tai*. Ilci.oii.iti'.f Hi aorta of land, wilh anorer 
falling ilraam V fiood WAtor runnlne tbroonh the 
rm. Tho land Is suitable for oboat, barloj, corn, 
ins, poUlooa, eto i f-oeed oltba Qve-boord feoco and 
vldcd off inlo cjoveolanl K.U, nil ho E -liebt. A swl 
inso. nitb (ill eooronionce!, lalhod and plafLercd. 



A. LARGE and JTITVE 

Farm for Sale. 



:,,..! luu'i: 



The 



MosLofthemnnej 

killed, 

bly bo 

„'n, and 



from Pilot Knob sa 

.vnlrj made a raid i 

U-d several bands of 

japimeu a uuodred prisouers ; am 

(,,-.. Jiff. Thompson and Staff. 

of 800 guerrillas, on lb 





Tears old, con.. i! 1 lour of cood varlalies. 




able (hi raising >o 6 etablos at all joa- 




l«o Booi well) of aofi walor. A War- 


rantj- Hoed will 








loc for ihlppio 


grain nsar by, whoio boitt or 60 Inns 




larlj. Tbero is a school one and a 




■oin tho bouse. For particulars and 






or of Ibis pape 





W, K, MILLER'S EXPRESS 

fjTo Silver Mountain and . 
Tlrglnla Clly, 



aXtnr a. Silver Mountain Tnesdaj.. Tbarrfiji, »J 
Sot^rdaJJ, ol noon. ^ R MILLBBi p rop rislM. 



An Extra Flock of Sheep for Sale. M 

A SU6EP BREEDER, ABOUT JO hEATI » 

» i^i'V^'f ■ , . i "".; , :' i '| l 'i'i , .' ; '' ! ',Vni 







fbis force of 800 giicrrillas, on Iho morning 
I 20.1I1 attacked a (oiler's train, between Bull 
and Ctnireville, captured siitj-one wagons 
a learns, a number of government hones, nod 
:b other property on its way lo the army, 
bo capiaio of the briR Souih Boslon, rcporis 



In Kentucky e t, 



llichraood papers, b 


^VofifftlrsJ'bMpn' 


uloriy deplore IbD pr 
harlistoo must fall. 

Klahinood, and lo 
enlera will tako no 
odllies they hare lo 


A,., [ . 1 |.lef|,,oic ,,(,. 
.,!„„„! „,e,„b:K-|: S , to, 
(illllT [ll. in--, lor III.- e 

dispose of. The l:r.,|i, 



"VS r a.shing JHacliine 
EOOIVOMY ! : 

IK VENTED BY i. tL HORNEll. 

THIS ISA MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IS OS 

in over? Famllr. to bo justly and fully i reoiaUil 

This Machine It o( eroal power aoJ dnrability, rrt 
double mails, iluublo oclloaj ond diulila levora, 
simple and comjoond levert; m arranged that no 



uolj require 1 |.....-.,-','l 
a) lalwr. 

I-. ;:. iTii-be. in i.....:i.i .-- 

,,. (,,,, ,|- tin.. i-,.r ... ' 


.T-. I.-.. |. 
Ihe lni Id 

..Me in ,- 


any lady lh,.ln-,.-.,, .- 1. 


,^!':■'l,.■• , 
l.-Uir,::-, 



HE WAMTS A PLACE. 

AVOUNQ WAN OF IriTELLiaEKCE AND QOOD 
nu.ni:.-.!."!.> „i-.-, •■■■■ i: i l ' l l i '.'i-!V , 1 i!i,.!''i,l l !.i',',. ol.'M,: 

-.o'lli.",': 1 r^l^,"l'™n°of"bl. b Wndw^l L ^'v'rl"teu'f::iUni' ,, u r 



3T0 Aero 7nrm for Salo. 
V good Pjincb ol 371) acres, in Sutler county, irll 

aid good f.irmiog ulensild vf ill Bo wilti the Banc 
mil be sold at a bargain or cichangetl for on 
icarer Iho Boy of San Fraoclscu, in n cooler lot. 
ude. For patiiculnrj, iuqniro of tho Editor i 
-iiu Fabjieb. 






, B b-s: 



ic king 



classes Benjamin, Secretary ol Sl.He, 

il,i.l ,-,( tl u tribe. 
The dtnft ^.ti,iu.;n.vd in tin- l^th lil-Kid, :;--.v 
ork, Aug. 2Bib, where tronblo began oo Iho 13th 

irliish steamer Hebe was destroyed by tbo U. S 
gpbon, nn tho IBih inst. One of th, 



„ Nepbon 

[dby Ibe rebel,, who lined [hi, r-bor 

- -" -she was run ashore. 

imcrCityof Modimn e!,.!...]- 



. (lriii« < 

on of tl 



loaded 



The Sloeiim Agricultural 
attention to the neve adiertlsemeai of Messrs. 
Jonts & Hewlett, of Stockton. This bouse has 
been (o loog known by tbo liberal and upright 
plan of doing business, and oainblrabed so high 



o, that 






. 'guerrilla bands 

y in ihe vicinity of our Ilni 



nay be supplied. New 



Messrs. J. t IL, and jfj 



1 his violating tbal law. It ought to 

annot apeak for themselves— cannot 
i agnlasl them— are dumb. 




l! .'«■' i'l'n'iV: i'"c : . j ■ ' -.'i 'V, ' ! !f '-'i. is "t-" i':' v.''' v.' i : 'i ■ ■'* ' :'i :' ^-- : i. 

,er„l ,[„[,,:., ..f.i.t.i.l It I "■■'"•<! t..l,llv ...,,.;.„. 

-i- tbs i.,i.u.' i,i nivnve, [e-Luto tbo machine and Ibo 

'i«\itco h s'in f 'sl .t'.i. |: i!'i'r.'..ni ""'..: I i'ra csonllet! and 
iii.ln^ciibrr.i! Ihe ■.'■■',.- bin-; 11,;, ■!..... - k„.,-.vn i,'L'il- 
l.,rnla." -Kieeln.r" "l-lille "li.-ut." ■■' any "Tl." 
irook omehloai with boioi o( ilka cnnslrueltoi 

;iieb, and If they Hill nil wash riiuMf the ,m 






huttged by them th 
aft Atlaoto, Oeergla, a week since, 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

5TATE SALT COMPANY 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF TBE 
Sllll <:*IH'lll'ill ?=»; 1 1 ( . 

Uavo lha Lai C oit Stock and Beit Assorlmont 
onlhaFsciOoCoail, 
Consisting, in pari, of tho (fallowing kinds: 



300 tons SAN QUENTIN ROOKj 
100 do OABMEH ISLAND 



wbarotlieralia K aWoorfe4i4" - 

„t|.,v,.,,„..| f,,,,:,,';^-"'!:'' 1 ,-;-' 

^irliv'"' iAU'li;i. i..Vl : [.:H.ora,]Jr.-'. EDITOR ef fit 



250 do SANDWICH ISLAND and OAL1FOB- 
NIA SALT, 
.li the abovo no will sell at the Lo neat Market Price 

0FFICE-318 and 320 Front street. 



ESTABLISHED 1S60. 

AGENCY 
Mission Woolen MiU* 



„_*. Toe P ™ P He.orXT C SlONVVO0t» T 
HlLL3reipeeirnllj»r,n,.,H.tet,,tl.elr.l.-, lt..Ube^^ 



GOLDEN STATE O EN T3 LONG-SB AWLS, ell "^ Kajl 

Dl-lnnreradnMo.lboraor.1 ^ J, 
EDS, double mid Tlujlotri.llli, nil Wool, M>* *■■ 



LAZAED FB.ERES. AeenU for W'l^ T 'E«: 
Pay Us Tbrongh tho Bail. -,t«B 5j 

W. ,.-..,.,..- W,.lr !.,.■■ ■.av : ::--.;,l , |l ; i "" ;1 "^ Tbe. 

,;,..;.;:.,.. •,,, v.. .';.... ■. <■ -<\\ - io. J( 



A. H. TODD & oo.. 

Produce Grain Brokers 

Genei-al CoimulHglou DI< ircUants. 

aan fhakcisco. 

■ ■ | .'.'- ; '. ,',■ ■ :!;.'.' .■:",. 1 „ l i"'.'.,", i . l\:''! ,:,'!!"."".";■ 

i"blgbt.l nm£S%, 






aA-Li^OEtyNTi^i. faB^ 



[Odb SoisasiBEBH con sond i 
R,, t -l,lerollhol>oaVomco,a n dtho 



--' ,.or„. 



,,,-^- been 



p " foc 'ii,11';;^ii, ir]i „ :i 

A.D.1U* 







WS^^^S^W^^BSSSSi 



f 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISOO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO. SEPTEMBER 4. 1863. 



NUMBER 4. 



%\t folifrraia farmra. 



V. <=-.».. 



Everybody i 
iror upon ' 
.aj deeply id 



is maoia for mining 
cople of the whole 



In fifty that 



. The cause for this it plain. The eicile 
.and gold, has drasn away hundred! an. 



a Boorish thoogh all flic suffers ; the rea, 
obvious-lhey livo by others dying. TV. 
i an illustration of (bis fuel, Ibc very wordi 



i bird • 



mechanic, Ibc others tbo proprietor of a salt 
Tb.ir words show already why business ii dull 
•Odd place), and why and what builds up i 

Uop id ibc Interest Ibry each felt in endeavor 
ire and build up tbo place- and restore 



Says the mechanic, "! stay hero became, my 
family i, here, my property ii here, nod I will do 
rn, for I wish tho 

Ssys the saloon keeper: "I ooly stay hero bo 
as I can make money. I don't cars for tbo 
;. I want only lo make money, and when I 

lids up, and who pulls 



BdvdT Comment 

I . V 



Copper, 
good copper stock arc firm in price; 



of one claim lo tho Lnocha Plana Cora- 
ton, a, Jfi.tii.io. I, ij itaud thru ;d,uuu has aiute 

■ The Keystone has about 60 lect on tho market 
,U«e, held at about 3130. The mine is being de. 
teloped Kith a large working force. Shipments 
•■" been limited for tho last two weeks, and ran. 
-.eblnery is being erected for more effective opera- 
WPbi. Tbe shaft ia down 2B0 feet. 
,Bj. Tbe Napoleon is regularly .ending down from 
, .lTStoIiiri tun. perraonlh. Ore Is now taken out 
Ifctadepth of lfln feet. The main shaft bas been 



" tils <: °'' t '" " i " Cu,n|,lnj ''* sl,i|,|,ln 8 K°od oro. 
HUP tool monthly. This Company is not inenr- 

lfc' ied ' " d lbo n """ ! Copf " i, ^"'P""? "" «»" 

. to have found good ore ru ,\ Jrjiih of 75 feet. 

■Joe press of Victoria, V. I., aro calling nllen- 
£ I"* to copper dUcarcries io thru section. Tboy 
^■"in their tenders thai gold deposit) must soon 
, and that more reliable 



' To iHmir." 



ooedn l.,r. 



•go a 



iallforn 



aluc nf the copper 



Tbeodiao„ ,i m 

,W'"- 



as.d for SJ1.000, or Slid per 



Etf/FR 



LETTE^TBOM ~ORT HOYAL — NO 6 

Summary of Armj Movement- sii>:o Landing at Po 
Boyul in 1B51, lo Jnno Win, last 

Itblnk I have nlready informed your reada 
that though wo arrived at Hillonbcad on tbe mar. 
IngoftheSduf November, 1861, the battle did n 
lake place until tho Tub, and thai our regime 



r.lll.l. 



place. We left Port Etuyal December 21)1, in com 
pany with tho 43th Sew York, to cooperate will 

oral I. I. Stevens, we wore successful and rclurn 
id iu four days, after a pleasant SuVI' car's col 
upon Pnlmellodom. _ 

On tbe 0th of February, we enioVlred on lb 
United Stales transport, "Beo. Dc ford," fo 
Edisio Island, nboui twenty miles from'Cunrlcnon 
and silly from Hilton Head. Tbisli a moil boon 

nia might be proud. It bangs like no emerald set 

haughty Palmetto Suite, ll le 10 Cbarlesto 
what Slaien Island is to New York. - Some > 
South Carolina's noblest and most gifted sot 
have summer residences ou this Island, whet 

the. proudest European nation. Their bouses we; 
large, roomy, finished and furnished many of the 
in the most magnificent manner, surrounded wit 

and artificial streams, with the gorgcnualy bri 
liant foliage of trcea of every clime. Libraries- 
prirnte aqd public,— carriages of the most olcgai 

on efery plantation, cullivating, principally, the 
famous Sea [aland colloo. Tho silver pinto, thi 



T:uly, 1 often thought Id 



nd oullaws, with tbeir families, mnat have be, 
; fllo blindness' as slrango and falsi as It Is una 
ounlabk- and melancholy. 
The island <■ lour and level, Ihn soil rich no 
roduelivo. There Is nota pebble upon tbo who 
iland ; indeed I have been proity well over cigl 
imous Soa Islands, in South On 



tod Georgia, 



audy si 



quenlly tbe soil is. very easily worked 
inly of Ibcrcry richest kind. 

lime no other regiment was with us, 



i island called Little Edlsto 
ibc main Island by n Tory 
cry deep at high water. At day-light on lbo 

bridge lending from Edlsto Island 



uroed 


A fie 


nbr 


kik 


rm 




u lb 
















•eDty or lb 
ry foggy tbo 
d finally by 


ly taken p 
swimmings 


. 




bu 

ted 


lse.b 
rived 


, ;, 


sMy 

ofth 


Firs 


s 




ays 


at pu 

ibcs 


.ate of affairs 


eipec 

lyse 

W 


!" 


ntfn 


z 
















-ape, 


nd en 


nniste 


. Tho 


ll, 


■ll 


Howe 
veral 


ongo 


e aft 


rnoo 


ays 


l'be 

eip 


cell 



nuryiuoment. Both reglmcnuco 
ibout sijiton hundred men Dl for 
ilghi reglmems could be plainly et 
^eoflheslream, bu. a, we bad t 
12-ponnders, wa were able to prer. 
ug a bridge. Our 



Mlil.l 



nwhulo weak, when tbo Third New llarap- 
<ro regiment »Hb a soctloa of Iho Third Rhodi 

(ly and beanily rejoiced the tTlh Han York and 
;b I'enpsyi.anla rvgimeut. did on that momora- 



I passed and early in May General Wrigbl, 

in his brig;ide. On the first and second ol 
.11 embarked for Seabrook Island on thr 
c side of lbo river from Ediilo l-liind. On 
rth we marched In St. John's laland where 
nolo brigade bivouacked lor tbe mgbi. 
IS o'clock (midnighi) - 



no line « day-light, I 



e joy l 
ton, the 



,.. JTlb f..l 



t ihrilh-d through 



lied, tu five minutes nearlj 
hed upon ihn damp earih, to res 
jdies. Pnr four nights they hac 
grnuod, tbe rain falling every nigh! 
« complelely dhau.ied, oven lb. 



-. 






I,: Clj.ir 



t thic 



Mondar the Bth and Tuesday Iho 

Kentucky regiment went to James Island, lei 

only a part oCone regiment, at Leg.ruvilio. 

I had not been there fifteen mioutes, seni 

'f them. 1 had j'.Ht 



■d myself under i 
is ividc-sprondio 



mil,-,; 



^. 



Od Board tbe Conatltutiou. 
Eoitob of thf CablFOBSH Pi»mm: 

It was o lorely day when our good ship left lb< 

quenlly olalcd al lbo prospetl or Iho voyage he 
foru ua. To praise the ship, and her officers 
would be a simple repetition of what has been soli 

in npllyhero: Wo have [our orfivo Sen Captains, 
whose humorous yarns and hearty laughs 
happily, infectious ; some inerthants, whnso 
neas, for tho lime, is forgotten ; a few lav 
a couple or medical men,— and tbo nnsortmi 
people of cyll trades known to tbo directory. 
Among the pleasanieat genliomcn aro Robert G. 



al my own parllality in u di-jcripiinn 
the word. After tbo first few days 
:r gradually changed— and after passing 



Thi, 



b'Hgng 



i tbe 






ead, or your mnngltd body qui 



lb, jus 



ennugb, it may he, to send n kind, . _. . 

Ill'- li.v.rl nniri fur, ral-.iiivar, Iu those homes thn 
iou-ji lKr.:.(..-r l„- ,.,ul And dtHolnic. All Ibis am 
more, much more, p,i. -.,■'? throngl, ihe mind quick 
ly .., tl,,. lighminp llamea ogj/frora Iho lowcrin, 
tky. Bui, IhiinN l.l„.l. thi.it shell, llioogh it passer 
Ihrough Iho higher branches or the Irce, eciiht 
iuga <■■:■- Icivim ,ir,.un.l us, alrucbahouiioOynrd: 

W nl,,,, no hour from Ibat time, as boforo stated 



(i.-i-l. 



i inches through ; whe 
recul ofi" entirely. Ot 
ho. corn being tall si, 
igh for eoiiog. Tho ei 



lOl'll lli^re w.n a nmrlFroiiliiiuoi'ij Ebell^g"^ L .. 
|r,.:l;.'-. ,,r f,,li k ..i,- ,.^,i,,, ni^h! and- day. At 

brisk Ere dailyf uolil they 'bad adl' been staVl 
al ibeir posts. Not a day passed without on 

od, and nol a night passed Ibat some of our i 
eusworo not killed nu>l rubers ivoundcd. I 

"lrtrn.lv .l...>criliL'.l ll.,. R,.. rot "lid bl..,,ily conlest of 
tho IGlb. Then, io.leid, i\r,,||J ,„,. iRe ,.n,.r, of 
shells opon men and horses Wwell 



rarmall agent 

» sa o J f a jn", n : 



detailed 
forlbe dlrislon, I was, cicept 
from the island until wo left it 
iB2, for Port Boyal. There we 

'id- Two of oor io 

_ . the boose iu which 

lic.rphn of his life, and where Iho iJiir'ti.-. 
used lo spend some days each summer, 
irro wo returned to the Bead, tho lost of 
Oct., were detailed lo do provost guard and posl 

dolt. Al.r.o, il,.. mi.l.ik-ofj.m. Us,j-.i, i-,.,. , vtrert- 

re ordered to thjs Island, nrrlved hero the lath 
ibc tint mon'ib, found that oar com punt 

I'foan.l ..v.,.,1,1 l„. „ ,„„,| |,„„|; , vi ,|, r.K,.,,,,,,,,,,!,!, 

""■ with pltnty r,f,.„tl, ,k,.j, „!■,,,.,,, ..iij.-.j. 

■». and turtles. Of the latter we have now In 



it yet. Thosn turtles a 
" iciea ; as the 

'lief. Iher v 
■r-:.|J!i], a,i>i.« 



ueh subjects as Iho origin of evil. It Is bad 



injoys " the rocking in tbo cradle of the d 
o'ccasionaily takes a soothing nnp thai 



of all ibe real delights of o 
inllj placid sen all I 



way and very fow of tl 



rushed at 



isided. I i 






r that fe 

vouldcare lo have repeated the melo-dramaik 
fleets of tho shooting sccno. Comedy would 
-bundanlly aallsfy lbo most rcatlesj of our crowd. 
At llamanillo tho monotony of the voyage wna 
irokon, and the lively lints of tbo water, lbo ricb- 
iplcal foliage, the temptations of tbo 
iflbrdcd p 



o.r.l.l. 



M I lie r 



, plea 



Spanish towns. For myself, the beauty of tl 

ntss of nlongiripand will often recur to me wh 
I am dreaming of the past, I shall see, vlvidl 
Iho picturesque streets, the lovely children, t 
hideous women, and lbo ugly men, when I a 
quietly reposing again on shore. Tho old enure 
Iho private gardens oflbojco 






hu pleasant people who Into 
beginning of tho voyage aro apt I 

ned ercry part of tbo ship 



charge, your readers will comprehend bis reelings, 
when be speaks of booting up fivo trunks in n 
place hot enough to frighten tho moil hardened 
sinner— when told that it is a foretaste or he'll. 
Tbe soft, blue eyes of my neighbor, howovor, loan 
laughed me into n good humor. 

Whnt a blessing is woman, whose eye Is bright 



Js^ (For tho California Parmer.] 
"^ Death of Infante.. 
Lawia LaH (Callt'aJ. Auguit ISlh, 1BJS. 
Why, tell me why, must the litilo ones die? 
How often aro wo pained to see tbo helpless child 
out down in innucency like a Bower before it ma- 
tures, and consigned I" i.o cirly grave. And, alas I 
ban often do wa hear tbe bereaved mother ei- 
claim"it's an decreed; tho Almighty is not wEL- 

liko naturo. thai wo could learn be,r to consider 
well hefore she charges the Infinite God wilb such 
partiality, and learn ibat Ood bas fixed Laws, 

God of Order. That she might iry,and live np to 
the laws that govern her.beiog, or if sbo breaks 
them, might see tbe penalty attached ; and turn 
speedily towards lbo rigbl paih, and thus beal tho 
wound, before it is (oo late. But no, sbo must 
send for a learned Physician, nnd ho perhaps will 
tell her that her child must have medicine, and 
she willing to do all she can now, perhaps deals 
it out even in larger doses than sbe would for an 
adult, and over-feeds tbo poor babe, besides \ not 



lir.li 



j syston 



is, 



! lost sleep. Now, at this season 

IS, and mothers ollentimes think 
t,deny them fruit, which they so 
d yet they will feed them largely 
knowing that God is so good and 

ere is nothing better than good, 
summer complaints and billious- 



„,<!,, n 



ot:,l,i„. 



(since dead), 



veil per 



I b 



d Phrai, 



nedicino 

idnoguod, yet bo said lo quiet Iho mother's fears 
e ordered medicine sometimes, sueb us peach-leaf 
en for dysentery, thinking It eonld do no harm; 
o if you will hove medicine, try it. But I will 
*!, give your children or Infant* plenty of good 



nd bntho i 


em often lo 


soft IV 




nd ieed them' 












nd plenty 


1 ripe pcao 


es, ant 


last 


ut not least, 


eep no lata 


hours, and 


tboyiT 


lido 


Rosa. 


A Wont.D 


f^1W. 


-Thoro 


is a 


world wbero 








alar 


against tbo 








iljo 


nnd lore, of 




nd tranqul 


ilv. a 






ere, nor je 


ilonsles, no 


falscb 


adw 


lb her dau- 



Tho cbier engl 
through bis dep 



. 


to linr. 


cut 


ivbcro " things 


dywm 
these 

IcouS 


"J Ume 


Ii 



roth It with outspread wings. Plenty brood 



Tboladyofth'e,ln2n7ejoTclnr.al"esa h grea ; 
n guest, with much eagerness and flippancy asked 
him what ho would have for dinner. 

11 Will you have an applo plo, or n gooseberry 
pie, sir, or a cherry pie, or a plum plo, or a pigeon 
plo, sir?" 

" Any pie bul a magpie," ropllod tho Dean, in 



but the sublime spectacle of the mounli 




linsniHO asn Wifk.— Addison boa left on re- 


clouds, Dashing with iho. lightning and e 


cbolng 




back the deop-tonud thunder, bus moused 


ns ton 


persons who bnvacbosencBchoihiroutofoll tho 






species, wiih the design to bo each oihor's mutual 


Wabovo been constantly passing lovely 1 


lands, 


comfort nud onleelainmont, have, In that very 


bat in the occasional sunshine gllllcr like 












evening, bad driven ut all under shelter, a 
have amused uursclves singing. Tbo eh 






Wren" 




oo, have afforded amusement to me, parti 


ularlv 


Good IlETonr— "You mustn't say your prayers 






lo-nlghl, my child," eald a mother to a litilo girl 


woetesi tooe possible. Tkero have hcen c 


ses of 


of four years, who had been suiuewhat rofaelory 








laiionlj thomsolyej. Howovor wrong ll ma 




Mid Hi" Hoy muner, "il, ,vl,,.o I die „„,| f.,, [„ 


botoi 


Ml-uUti, l.od ilbkl me ivlly I Jl.jn'l :illv „,,. ,, r ., vl . fJ 

lo-nlgbt, I shall tell him you wouldn't lot mu." 



36 



^T-FTTB QA.LIFOBMI A jlraj R 



4/' 



Fine Wool Bheep. 
Kir nnsBiSDBT cosvisosn.] ■ 
;«ble Tact that England, wiib'llioeipcn. 
innuds, find a-ith ibe ehWlJ 

Ibe Third, Lord Western, 

i breed of fine wool tbeep 



ington conniy, Pa., Brooks county, in Western 
Vn„ and ilsrrjsoo nod Jefferson counties, in Ohio, 
by far surpasses any English production in It! 



and doe 



«(M 



■nd England), and or nil grades of Bop Cannula 
Tbe average weight or the fleeces nt the prestn 
lime Is about three pounds or Kell-washcd nool 

lelecvinn of ibo breeding parents, and by lb. 
ado p linn of ibo same principles of breeding tha 
bate bc;n 10 successfully practiced in England by 
pneb distinguished breeder! as Bakcwell, Ct 
Chaplin, and olbtrs, tbia average may be hrt 
up, without deterioration of tlie fiber, to four 



naif o 






i pounds, end other in prove in eo : 
ind forro, liial trill stomp tbo bret 
Human. The increased weight . 
oulj be brought about by an it 



■o to bo disposed of To 
a or Sue wools from tb 
ape of Good Hope, Is a 
IS and IS millions o 



naliy. This quantity is promptly 
posed of, in addition to the lino wool or our 
production, and parties Tell informed upoc 
subject eipren the opinion that tbo deraaut 

production, of precisely tin latne^ualils 
mpcrttd <c<nU l*Wm Anrs aenliontd, is greatly 
preferred by the manufacturers, nud trill bring 
n secured stats from lfl@l(ic. a pound mure. T 
wools or Washington county, Penn., and of Hi 



rlson i 



cnnntles, in Ohio 



id Boll nr England, and bate been almost 
entirely abandoned. 

i„ April wb predicted that tbe wool clip of tho 
West would probably bring from 60@So5c. a 
id, and we are pleased to learn tbai buyers 
. been scuueing that pari or the country in 
t numbers, ready and nniluus to purchase 
ilo the quantity produced there at from Bo® 
a pound. A gentleman from Marian county, 
i, having 4,000 Boo wool sheep, Infuems us lo- 
tbat be was last week offered T6c. a pound, 
lis entire clip, at which many of his neighbors 
dlsposcd^f' their won), but that ho declined 
offer, Ij/ldlug it at 80r. the lowest. 



a Manufacture) of Che a as. 

formed by a very intelligent 
r, of northern Sew York, says the Scientific 



I there^niojji tha 
years large quanli 
beeso bare fuuod 



do of dally food by botb rich and poor. Wobs 
been creditably informed that almost all the b. 
American cheese Is exported — the inferior qun 
ilea being kept for borne use. A few remarks 
tho subject will not be unprofitable at present, 

about making cheese. 
The principal jubilances in milk a 



to falty 

nod casein. Tbo latter 
; but cheese of (he bi 

a cunsiderahle porti 
oilk-sugnr. The chet 
tied from the liquid by 
uperatiun, which is per- 

hundreds uf years ago. 



thuught accessary, thai fine wool, adapted lo fell- 

provided the quality is tbe same. By the tariff 
nf 16-tG, the business or producing broadcloths 
in tbe United States wis completely destroyed, so 
thai, lo I8GO, there rras not n mill in the conntry 
producing these goods, but the tariff of 1861 baa 

ing jnpnlied nilh specimens wbitb give promise 
or a successful rivalry of the best productions of 
Europe. We learn that orders for fancy eassi- 
meres and doeskins whlcb have heretofore been 
filled io Prance and Belgium, arc a very large 



(hoi 



if then 



1 this a 



fully e qnsling the foreign production. Open 

nearly all produced bere. Tho Commercial 
lor of the Herald, in the Issue nf Thursday n 
ing, In speaking or (be probable commcicio 
suits or a cessation of (he war says : "In Iht 
place, peace Would bring- us a swarm of emig 
far in eicess of anything heretofore wltni 
Under the protective tariff forced upon us h; 
war debt, ll will be cheaper for European n 

Ir machinery, than to eiporl goods frotc 






All then 



io in! 






nvemenl way lu pre; 
tee Ibc stomach In i 
udfuis of tall ; punt 



ing in n 



about 30 gallons i 

s made, is healed I 
gallons a lablespuui 
id stirred. In frur 
icomea coagulated- 
ck mass. Tbu ret 
ruperty of produclu 



ncd. Cheese ef an Inferior quality may be 
nlated to some Client Willi tbo Bavur of any 
cheese, by introducing a small purtluu of tho 
r Into tbe interior of (ho rormer willi a com- 
cheese souup. Old cbeeso sells In England 
ivernl cents a pound higher Ihnn new cheese, 
qn Ires by age thai peculiarly sharp pungent 
! su pleasing lo tbo palate or the Britisher. 

\f Uperimenta in keeping Cider. 
W* received a Jug orciderontho 19tb of March 






1 1 th hi 



i ourpi 



st excellent dri 

ased. There wa 
so generally mec 






another barn 
.b a glass. II pr 
insipid Huff. Why tbo dilTerct 
ro barrels of cider were mi 
the first, and iho best, nut 



tbe ■ 



ir frum a tniil' 



r tho 



ll was emphmically 
id it flal enungb. Th 
other, tbe purely sour, which was nol fit lo drink 
at the time, and altogether neglected 
par aallmci, wilh a healthy acid, am 



well us oiberwiac, to i 
It was tbo purely s 



nedlelnallj . 



i fen 



fortnatloa or vinegar. This purely sour eld' 
keep ; tbo olher will turn to vinegar. 

Again, another Mend bad fresh cider, nbs 
ly as It came from tbo press, late la tbo fall 
bctler, as It is concentrated. He had his h 
out-doors, lyiog together on the platform, ct 



Iho cider, a 
of sulphite 
tains. Slit 



!, which Ills desir 



ery gallon 



Jew to Cure a Spavined Horn, 
ispondsnl Of Iho New England Farmer 
-e» : "I hnvo a fioo mare, which, ibreo years 
-o, became very lamo from a bone spavin on the 
fide nf (he left hind leg. After prelty bard 
king for several dnys, she became so lame (hat 
e was unfi( for use. Tho spavin was very ten- 
r, nnd she rested Ibo tool cooslootly on tbe toe 

id directed him input oo a shoo wltboot any 

e cork, and wilh blunt heel corks two loeori 

ng. She Immediately traveled touch bettor, nod 

when she stond, rcslod the foot on tbo loo nod 

:orks, tbus [clieiing tha contracted cord 



o travel 


Innibnrltiinotbe InBomm 
subsided. Tbe swelling nb 
dvery well. She wore ofT 


rk fasle 
orteued 


than th 
II. Aft 




li.tle mo 


re, bui I still bavo her wear b 


rue. Several uf my neighbors buvo a 
lme remedy, with equnlly good resu 

ink thai a little though,! nnd observ 
nlBfy any una that this is ibe opproprla 



Tbe long corks ! 
and thuspreven 
nnd allow the 



'%&k~-- 




SEED WAKEHOTJSM 

{ESTABLISHED IN IBSOO 

s. w. moo km 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERqI 
ALL KINDS OP 

CAROEN, FLOWEH, FRUIrf 

Agricultural 



Ornamental Tree and Shrnl| «,u 
SEEDS, 

NO. 408 CAfclFORIVI* STREET,! 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, J " 

THE UNDKIiSrONEn HAS l---T.\T;T.H!lf.[] ;j n 



In IBG1, Ibe Legislature passed 



ompulsory, and the result was, Ibu 
eltlers nn school lands neglected It 



lid, by acting upon ll 

The acid uailes with Ihe sodi 

lolds tbe csBein in solullun ; when the casein, 

rhich ia insoluble, separates, forming tbo curd. 

The quality of cheese depends chiefly upon tho 

lonaiderable portion of Ihe cnnsiltueots of butler. 
The Stilton cheese or England, and th B Brio cheese 
France, bnvc%t world-wide repnlnlioa; and 
e made from fresh sweel milk, mixed wilh cream 
Immtd from milk of the preceding evening. The 
leshlrc, double-Gloucester, Cheddar, Wiltshire, 
d Dunlop cheese of Great Britain Is made ni 
eel unskimmed milk; us Is also tbe best Hol- 

e is made from 



pour Ihe emulsion inlo (bo liquid. Agitate tho 
contents of tho cask thoroughly forn few minutes, 
then let It rest that Ibn elder may settle. Fer- 
mentation will be arrested at once, nnd will not 
be resumed. It may bo bottled in tbe course or a 
few weeks, or it may be allowed to remain in the 

champagne wine. Prof. Hursford or Cambridge, 
Io uso Iho sulphite or lime tor this 

lo Its usefulness. Itis in no respect 
the sulphite, into which tho sol- 



,o Locating Agent, for I 



and, to make appllca 



nchee 



ind Q| 



.lely mix 



with Ihe milk ngah 
much of it will ho removed with iho 
Is a very Important consideration (• 
gaged io the production or cheese. 

Skim milk ylelda nearly as mne 
Bweetmllk, as It contains alf Ihe i 
Dnlch, Ihe Leydeu, and (bo hard chci 
and Sassexcouniii-s, in%ngland, are' 
ihriee skimmed. They are excellent 



sein. Tbo 
o ofEssoi 
adeofmilk 
r annrpeo- 
■ of a good 



naklng 



)( tbe i 



lOllMnt 



■■111! 11 |, I 



other 



breeding as well as thos 



the Ingenuity or breeders, in tbo sam 


manner a 


Iheyate aeeoslomed tn avail them 




services of Gnc stallluns and bulls. 




conrngmg proipccta for a vigorous 








helleve thai breeding bucks for hi 




coald be made exceedingly profita 


14. Wo o 


familiarly acquainted wilh hnqdrv-Jl 


t the Tarn 


«r. of the West (having been raised 








sense and ability to conduct any b 


a sin ess wl 


success. All that they rtqnire Is to 




capacity in tha direction of breeding 





ird Kill be hard and lough. If the 

-much below 90° Fab.— the cord wll 

id difficult la free from the whvj. 

■st and safest way to heat tbe milk 

;sael, placed in a canldrun of water beatod 



lined A-oro I 
cheese — great ail 
he whey, which 
light pressure, e 



,o world. 'rLlki 

ill tbat Is to be done is 

bavo been used In ol|i 



'gland, ur In any olher pa 
aoses prodnc. Itlce cuccls 



C .„l by ll 



remains at tho hi 



unchanged, nnd is now a Jforerago or unsupas" 
excellence. Tho sulpbilrfor lime, not thesulpbi 

Cosdeksbo CiOKn.— The Messrs. Borden, 
Wiusied\ Coon., wbn have been so successful 
solidifying milk, have also accomplished ibo soli. 






,i (.-..-., 



JMM..-1.1 1 



eslored elder is much like a drink of p 
tnmarindi, bot Is muro dellcnle and pnl 
Tho condensed article is a benuiijul wii 

■d jelly, and Is excellent tor Iho table, eitl 



louiiu, wmi a pro [in r dMny, the article so "ex- 
.ended" will ferment njiiperiur -paruling chum- 

■■'•••""■ JT — 

EesriKo Gnirss^Wn aro lu the habit of keep. 



d Is pretty hard: 

press. Tho curd of Ibo celebrated Stilton 
Is uul cot al all ; it Is pressed very gently 



In Belgium, a rich i 

very poond of cut c 

he cut curd, which is 
oredln tboeheeso-hoo| 
■ The quality nf cbc 



oih, Bat 



d In a ei 



If possible. It reqnlros lo 

turned dally, for some weeks > 

caslon ally rubbed with bnltei 
n 1 qoently employed lo color the nutilda of cb> 
-| but ibi* Is a practice wbieh ongbi to bo 




have sellled on 
cessily of their 
y dnys, If they 



NEW GOODS I ! 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST BSCBIVED 

A LARGE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS, 

Comprising in SILKS," 

TAFFETAS, fJR.09 BE ZUftrCU, BLACK 0RO9 QHAIH 
KlcbSlolra Aniiqoo; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain silts. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool Fantajsl, Poplin d'Aragoni 
Plain Irish and Frenah Poplin ; 
Plaid do do do do 

Plain and Fie/d Olleroao and Merino. 

Rich all-wool Plaids, Fronob do Lalne, 
Mohairs, Eplntllne, Foulards, 

.d every variety nf NEW DRES3 QOODS, now worn 
Sew York, Inclndloa the popular, 

ROBE IMPERATEICE, 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



In FURS, 

Fur CI oaks, 

Fur Mautlllat, 
PurTipnots, 
Vletorlaes, 
and Fur Collar,, „nd Ouli-Ke*. 

....VTE HAVE IIECEIVBD.... 
DIRKOT FROM THE UANUFACTURERS 
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 
AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

SHIHTIMQ LINEN. 
LINEN SHEBTINO 
Linen Dnmu.lt. Ulatb, and Mapklns, 

And Linen Cambric liaudk.ru hi efs. 



r stocks of Bmtin.ii.lrrl.-j, 
•odrc/B Kid Gloves, Clmo! 

ikimnml Hkirtln R , Ulii-u. 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO.. 
»<»• t Moniffomcry, 



.;.,. i, 


In receipt ami in .-...]l,.. n.ri,-:,-. ,„-,., 


















r,v,r„ 


i:. uron-.l fnllv r.li-t'., „T..I r.,n,.„l I, f,., 







JIAS FOR SALE j; oi( 

Alfalfa or Cbilo Clover; Iluncirian Grass- . nf t 

Rerl-top Grass ; Sainfoin Grasij , *"" 

Enclish Rye-grass, Timothy iir.m ; Bra ' 

Red Olover; While Dmch CIovn;f Ibej 

Orimeon Clnver, Lucerne, A-c. ftt. ic. Rose 

Witt ,,...,j entire new vnrlelltB or GrufUe j 

EVESY VARlETY Br ()F Tb 

nRRT. CATIRAiiC, CARROT, RADISH, TUBSo] * Dn ' 

CUCDMHEIl, MKLUN.S, I.KTITi'l:. ilSIOXi. lo f '™ 

TOMATO, K.-ilLI.V AND LATE PEAS, V 

BE ASS, ic, kc, io. 

Tobacco Seed. [ r J 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SfiSf Tnu ., 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEED. Isngu 

COTTON SEED. ^ 

Gnano from Johnston's Island, . '" 

FLOWER SEFIOS (300 Varieties <•< " 



.uaryltla, A,,.,,, , 


ir fp"^z 


nd In ondloia varloly, iiiirwr 


<i direct from Faun 155-j 




i^ oh 


dent of hu BbliiljVj U vi.jy'ii 


bo Seed Bwinaiu {'.*< lib I 
"Mil' 'liin-.v'boijcs 0ocb 



@ 



Native Califuroia EyergreeD 3*' is 



3? ' 



THEE AND SHRUB* , SEEDS,, Bps . 

THE DNDERSIdN ED. FROM HIS ESTESSIH ^!™ 

Large Stoofe of Ev D ry Variety of SBrtL 

Can of/or unosual Inducements to H 

MERCHANTS Iff THE TRADE, FARXEW* 

AHI} LARGE RANCH OWNERS, I" 

Whonlshtobosniiiiilodlnbis lino. K 

An] hi .,,1.1 rc»inDoad thai OnDena rou =IEDa^'» ll B , 

i.i i- 1... i ... , i i . . . '-■•■' ' bL ■ ' 



MV.vyi i,, ib- 



'= li.init. rail HHI-.il l;l-K 



he^j^°^,r°w"io ^ M '' **'*" * '"" '" r!|, "".'j 



S. TV. MOORE, - 

SEBD VS'ARKHOPSR 

408 (old No. 110) California street 



THE "GOLDEN HARP/ 



•W^»""»— rtmentof J M 

nnd P.,nrr Tl:i.W\i;i-; |-„.„,i,.l..] # h^ 
miK-d UliiA.WAltJ-:. i ■mi- j ,:'i. .-.111,1.:', 



B. C. AUSTIN, 

n-Wnrto, 3aci«T(i rM t b«lo» "' "'jissfh 

Sas y.mn"*W Dr 'gh 



T 






THE CALIFORNIA FARMEE. 



31 



California gUtes. 

IHE EfDIANOLOGY' OF CALIFORNIA 

XXIK.— VI.— MISCELLANEOUS ADDENDA. 

Profoaor John Carl Ed.BoKbmanii, of Batlin. 
Jns Munich, BavorUn, correspondent of lb* S. F. 
Ettaing Bnllelln, vide Issue of that journal ! July, 
1SCT. 01 



ind religion 






oflnc lndim 



I '-Idoo'iiiimwitbtibtr year Stale Legftlitnn 
ku done onj-lhiofr lo gel copies or Ibo uuroiroui 
kocmoeols Tor ibo ethnography md blMory o 
0, 1 1 fo ruin mid tbe oiher countries along the W«t- 
Jta Pacific enoit, irhtch ellst In different parts of 
Brmft-DT. 1 bud jt»ierd«j a long eonYerj 
Lib a re ry^ learned roan, Pfof. Dr. Bosebi 
BHuberoftlie ilnr.il Am demy of Sciences at 



Bute. Toe 


nbors of Ibis eminent savant in the 


ent 


r by it one 




Am California and West Jleiico phi- 






Bag? bjre 


been often noticed in the icriei ol the 


hr« 


"nhi'lU'I 



ftsittanee nfjoecmnuBU or the [earned socletiei 
gf Europe nnd America. The Brest enterprise ot 
*, if encouraged, would eomplelelj effect 
eel ; if not in bis life time, it least by hia 
! on ibe interesting solijecl, and a gram- 
him of the aoeleol Sonora language la 
Ibrcngb the press. If there aro any gen- 
Iraen in your money-making cuuntry who take 
II interest in these learned ranters, I can send 
»n> copies. Perhaps 1 sboli send you a portico- 



t W«.L- 



i of Dr. i 



band of Alexander HumbnMt in 
oUbinj; his celcbraled and Ins! work, Kujmos, 
Ibe sole author of the Index lo the Kosmot, 
eninpriaes more than 800 pages. The eml- 
talesman and linguist, William Humboldt, 
oiber of Aleinnder, bequeathed to Dr. 
man n bis lory* eoll-ction of old graBiaart oj 
i Indian leaguogu, tcAich in';.' A- pu&lii/ud of lAt 

irrespnudent of the Bulletin 



I found no records to tat] the dale of thn er 
Ion of the building, bul I found a register 
Itnlb?, n-hrcb coraiueaced in 1732 and ended 
TCT. I iuloie the last lenrnhlch I brought away 
.9 a relio. The place is nearly deserted nan 
ept by Ihe few Papago Indians who live t 
nd guard Ihe property of the church with • 
as enre. Tbe building Is in a good state of 
rvalion, nnifVill stand for many years a re 
lent of mechanical skill and ancient arcbilet 



OD the 

shaped peak, 
the principal 



An Indian WitcMotrar- 



n this 



l go t 



la din n chiefs 
most probablD conjecture as lo it 

■lace in which a sentinel might find shelter ivbil 
rolebing Tor tbe lighting of signal fires on lh 
-eaks of the distant ranges. This peak Is emi 



mtlj- H 






9 from 



:o>ver on !U at 

Meadows, or on 
Walker River. Mountains might be plainly s 
fire lighted on Its top might {all la ihe i 



l"r- n- ilinn ibn Judges ac 



is of the Pron u 
t of the perfern 



r.by nelifyinglhnSeei 



Order of Exercises. 












;r to greater favor f. 
a few copies of B 



;■■ l.i.Ji. 



Tbe Mo 


Eta 


Inei Indi 








Tbe Rev 




lilcly mod 


e a discov 


cry at the 


Did Miss I o 


orSanm 










Sngonges 


of Ihe I 


diang of 


ibosa pa 




Heiidiili.il 


iration a 


lb. Holy 


Viaticum 


and Bl- 


Heme I nc 


on, and 


bo of I he 


ererainlc 


ur Gap 




atnmony 








of the Ri- 


al noma 


a of 17S 


, and ma 


e in the 


EaoJnnlio 


j nf one o 


' the old 


million ar 


fathers 


tl I6I.1. 


The manuscript tril 






l-[Ucl 


1S02. 










Digging the "Spin 


-dock" 




Tbe VI, 


uria (V. 


I.) Chro 


icle of I4th May, 



ISlbofMay. Tbe root 
liieof that of a tulip, 

clo=elj rc;-'jn>l'tin^ In ■ 
|Mj esteemed by tbe a. 



leyear by the Sung- 
in tbe fieldi abom 



•need lo admit ord 
I ioppo«d to bo 
Inder tbr&ojjli thi 



ompanyhimlotboEulJsnud 
is plants are sufficiently ad- 
String. Tbe young folk (who 



i plucked, , 



o Ihey b 



arge b 



i hav 



lug thn heads of fumilici meet ol ooe 
;ei and examioe the bouquet*. IuVe 
pe for digging., n general turnout oc 
ildren, provided ulib 






md short wooden 
* >nd puj the day in 
t- The day upoo whi, 
'* known as tbe /.oUu-, 
'leb B e dig the root, 
■9 made the occasion! 
Hug. The digging f or 
and Ihe fields in 



* season will last about Tour weel 
-A similar plant is Toond In tbo 
«' South California. 



Virion Church in Arizona. 



■ Spa, 




"icbly oro.m.a.ed, c.rred, and stocc 
'hi '!"' UT " i " jarl ' deeorniej and pnli 
■-'■b many palolii. B j la fteic 



The Jetnlti in Ci 
Shea, Id his Catholic j 
ralng very carious accti 
Caoodinn Indian noma 



.'■I.' '.■„.),: 



ilerpri.-e, Sov. 1863. 

id China. 



.i ll!ir.. 



«M>™ 



Wy ao 



the steppes (of 
I^uchoorinllsheknelt. and in thai 
b aei'/W had htotdfor years, !ho poor 
ifesscd once m 



This fact first led to the knowledge of Ibo n 
approsch of America lo Asia." This singnlar 

History of Span. America, London, 1712,' and 
Savarette's account of the Chinese Jesuits. 



SAH JOAQUIN VALLEY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual Fair, 

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO BE HELD IS TfJE 
CITY OF STOCKTON. 

Tuesday, September 22u, 1863, 

CONTINUING FOUR DATS. 

OverSixThousandDollars! 






PREMIUMS OFFERED. 



ta volaahle Piemlumfl, 
lion nfAppiei, M mmtd Tarlelles 



AGRICDLTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Tenth Annual Fair, 

TO COJIMENCB IN THE 

CITY OF SACRAMENTO, 

Friday, September 25, and end on Friday, 

October 2, 1Q63. 

$10,000 

APPROPRIATED FOB PREMIUMS. 
IIBERAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

ea Honed In tbo 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE FOB 



REV. T. STARR KING. 



1SAA0 DAVIS .. 



...Vl.lu 



TM II. PAIIKS ...Suiter. 

D. E CAI.I.AIIA.V Saoromooto. 

N. L. DREW ..Sacramento. 

C II IIKIII . Sacioo onto. 

RitBr. HCCK Sacromooto. 

R. J. WAI.SU .Coluti. 

fj. K WAitRB.S' Sou Joaquio. 

1IIKR HltYTB Volo. 

C. J. LEONARD Saciouieoto. 

T/eoiurir. 
B. B. RYAM Socramento. 



$100,000 IN PREMIUfflS 

Offered bj tbo STATE "for the Emauraaimtnl c 

.Jfw'l", .",.( J/oMwina,,,." Anicks lo l,o ' 

eibibiicd and Premiums awarded nt the 

Slofe Pvir, by the 

STATE BOARD OF JUDGES: 

PuMiors t LELAS D ST ANt'ORD." 

Jviga. 

Yolo. 



ISAAC DAVIS... 
E S. 1IOLDE.V... 
GEO H. SWEZB 
JOSEPH BHirfO 



....Sioc 
..Ma.,, 









Al 3 _.. , il<-;k prcdlelv, Uie' BOCeJtV'/aN 

TO MINERS! 






> OF UAKAGEB8. 

■ ■ Prealdeot. 

..Vl« PruldenL 



E. 8. IIOLDEN 

J. 8ARI.RS 

V- II. DltlGGS 

J. a ubid 

l. iiirtD .... 

GEO. WP^T ... 
IBL P1SHI 



TfJR BOARD OP MANAGERS WILL AWARD 

SPECIAL AHD IIBEBAL ' PREMIUMS 

TO ANIHALS AND ARTICLES 

From other Diatricts and the State at laree. 



■Ion. T. W. n ten s v 

Will dullvor tbo Annual Address. 
prSEj ■'"■■ ttS^Bb *"*"'• "*" ! '- a ' f ™ra tbe BU\r, nHIl 

THE GRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will take place on FRIDAY NIGHT. 



a RAPES. 
K>, Orchardi, Vintyardi, Field Cnp,, Etc. 






1 a"niKi tSlljoVkel" G™ 






GENERAL ORDER OF EXERCISES. 



.1. .lll 7; .l.v... l ,r.,.,l.,l„v l ,l„k 1 |. 1 . Sitm - 

1:1. AM -Ii.,r...-| „l nil iv.,rk, |. r, -c. it cij,s bluu ll«] 
fKj,. All^,l,.!i, w--, prwnlal brjellJCuig. 

Jtl>. Cwrl» 3 iibi> r ™,ro 1 dj!oo,andiUlolbor« eiblbln 



, ltd nil mhor Iboromn-bmu, 

I l'r.»l', INri^Kl-iUij red &m] plnlt Hug. 

nc order of uurch Ij^nlMlin pir-,.!.-, ( ,|" 
o 111011111/ mmUonoJ. or cWboJ by 



LELAND STANFORD 






HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

WHICH HA8 BT0011 THE TEST IN ALL THE 
I rim ■![ .,1 ll«,-|. i„ ,i„. CUj (« n j i, cow uuhl 1,, Hen,) 

l'™i"r B 7d.'i!L"-ii , , , ; [ li ;; i , ^-'" |, '"'\ Lii -' r ' ,Unnu 'o si« 

HAIDRAL COFFEE FLAVOR AHD BTflEHOTH. 

Pioneer SleSm ColTee and Spice Mills, 

3EO FRONT STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. u 



HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT 

CAN ALWAYS BE OBTAINED OF 

CRANE & BRIGHAKL, 

WHOLESALE DRUCCISTS, 

Corner of Front and clay atreeta, 

SAX FRAX01SC0, OAL. 



°' tna.S dep. 







AMADOtt COUNTY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Second Annual Fair 

Cattle Show, 

WILL BE HELD AT 

Wednestfey, Thursday, and Friday, 

The 23d, 24 th, and 25th of September, 1363. 

E0ABD OF HAKAGEB3. 
A. F. PATTER Presidoot. 

A. II. AXDBRIVS SecrsUrT 

ISAAC TRIPP.. T'eoiurer 

B. A. CHASB "„Mno» e .r 

b Township la 



OWE THOUSAND DOLLARS 

Will bo awarded In PREMIUMS for Iba EncooroM- 
uent of 

AGRICnLTOBE, 

STOCK RAISING, 

MANUFACTURES, 

MECHANICAL INDUSTRY, 
and MINING, in Amador Counly. 

T^ l!"hrl i.f .M in-. -u.,. „[l| .. Dri | PJIKMTITMC ah 

DIPLOMAS of MERIT tar nil aTele, „b,h'l,-.l ^ 

nodln?hTpMinrun)'l,"ii nlt '' " 01 h ™° b *°" mea - 

i:\tsininov.s op stocis,' 

Trials of thoSpeea of Horses, 

tt.. li,r..,l.. r .,.,l| „,,..„ , lM ,|, |„ K|r(li[1 .,; 

to e l« ibelr Influeaee to make ibli fair nfaat 1. ,houli 

i^VioLTo'^U'^^^'''^''''''^^^^^ 101 ^ 
. r^d 'boin. ml1 ° r ' ""^ '"" J ft " 0Dlic " 1 ,]iM 

A PUBLIC ADDRESS 

litim olll Ih- h..,( ..! nhi..t, „,.,i" , , r L.'iVi"k '"'."!' 



BASCIIE & SOINTS 



1?I A.IVOFO RTE JS; 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &c, 



Co. Mow York, C. May. 
anon i lVbo«o Pl.a™ fh, 
■ ■ ' ' " ' for KENT. 



PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 






J-^OOB ZE.OH, 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte IHanuiactory, 

:a.rket bteebt, 

I ViTauSi',-."!,^ N0T ' CK T0 TnK public 

Mj««r lo liU nr iVumrtd SMj,™ li,!<l bF aDT n "" la ' 

T..f I "?• «"°»" *""H'1«"^ w 

>*»00' "X! pllDD "uDodandreii»Ired.^^'»j fc ., ^ 

JAC0Tzfew^g^# 



28 



lr H E C A. L IFO BNIAJABMjg 



${re Miftraia farmer. 



SAN FRAN CISC 






irS«mpl»P«P«I"«rff«»P* elLl '' AlilJr 
How lo food Honey by Hail- 



W. irarit a numbered Tr*rrllnc Acenti lo vbltlhe remote*! 


iioohy Ihos 
San Fran 












loll. r-l>lir, IRIl. ll!rtr.H™M(eloippl» to m psnomtflj, 


! an Frln 




To HnriorrniBu, TlDriin and Inventors In tin oil 


log; even \« 


Slates in a Furope. 


mi>rli.i bcr f 



llw. nay umilil rindi "mid >«ylb« "C» 

eia«t,T*i'.TrlHBctlbemlIy. Thejcai 

/..«■«« o/JjSeii 
CiDiIutHiHHltaEta-nlakrF'If T 












fliu-Jara and Or™ Oil 


f, Jflnorf flora 


t end CoUxald Shup, - 


mmtan ffiees a 


nd oiAb- Sloe*, /or »aJe 


Set adcerlum 







Times of Holding Palis, foi 1663. 
Tnc following are the ll toes appointed fr.r burning Fnlre 
tbo present year, by Ibo Stale Society, nod lbs tev 
Diilricland County AgrknlloroJ and Mechanical 
clelici, of California, 10 f.r as we hare obtained Lb 



an, every trlcod of this 
ho talus* pencu and good 



irder, brenlbes freer, feels hopple 

be irioraph at the ballot box, r, 
laimcd En thundering tones, OUR e 
No man In his right mind could 

if thotnen whSworc distributing 



Oieat Balo of Blood Stock. 

Drjuisa oar sojourn In San Jonqulo county w 
i ibe fine fnrro nod alotk ranch of W. L 

Orerblser, Esq., (of which we bnvo noted the or 
part), and also called on Dr. B. S. Holden 

President or tbo District Agricultural Society 
gentlemen furnished os vrlib Ibo pariiculn 
Ir purchase! of Ibo splendid herds or Dev 
urham cnlllo, recently owned by J. D. P. 



ceded, would hare ruined 



duties, and re_-iH>M-il,ilili 



a Fret Sial- 



tills, goo 



bnetbeRrc. 



and tho gran 
Californin, Ibo Golden Slate, is sound ft 
m.' And from Jlniaa to Georgia, the i 
lake the lifc-hlood of the soldier ben 

With the triumph of Union principles 
sfoty of th« 



ale, a balm or healing 
IB East, in the form of IB 
e for the bleeding soldier 



le feelings of men of Cal 



tile, a 



Pit 



•■.(<- -!-,n.|^,ir,.| iVi-i'.— At 
24, and centreing ..-i.jUt .Joy, 
■„r(\m Ili.trirl— At M.rj 

an.PaUn.Eay DUtrict— At Sonc 

: ay Diltnct and (S.nlr.1 C.Ma I 

September SI, for Bre daft. 

„r, .J.,,.^,,1 Oiitrlcl— At Sock too, I 

September 16, fur fanr days. 

fWtuJdl (Wry— At Eudu, c 

oulng tbre. days. 

.ory—At Qainoy, lV.d 



S Bept. 
inly— Al Pnchoco, 



■»dsy, Oct. H, 16, 



(Will Ihc SeerM^U. ,.f ..11,,-r P:, t ].,te. .„„ ba.o 
pointed Pafe, pi,,,, fcUfy „, ( lt „ ,|me, Ibal I 
Hsy eouiuleto Ibo 1W for the State!] 

Oregon Bum Fair. 
Tbo Annail Fslr of Ibo 0Mjon Slate Affrinltanl t 
ritiy, will commoom at Solttc, TuMday, SepL 14, o 



] of the Hall. B' 



add much lo the 
'» wi " "'J "f- 



Bepert or Banbles to Come. 

we have forgotten Ibem. Wo cao, bj 
lect Hems faster than we can publish, 
iito a remembrance. Wo have on Git 
on Copperopolis lo Murphjs, Jlurphji 
rroDodlogs, Vnllecilo and Angel's Camp, 
Jan Andreas aod tbnt place, Mokelumne 

tek, Amador, Drrtoan, Route in Iouc 
1 ricinltr, Route from lone to Stockton. 
se plolfos ice baco receiTed many kind 
d hata witnessed the rapid progress ol 
oUln towns; and in all tbeicrambles nt 
die mucb or Interest to all our read. 
■y will kindly indulge ns, for wo shal: 

i Specimen of the "Ifev White Tomato.' 
'e a note from John Hill, Esq., or Fnunt 
Galarcrao county, lo which he says the 



Boasonl of Fairs, 
iv that Is interested In Fairi e 
aiding them by referring loot 



of sbee 








la has dono 


o moch to 1 


mproro 


the sto 


ko 




Stale 










Dr. l[..Miri ba 


become the sole 


wnero 






ndldllerdof 


)erons,and 


eraay 


irell bop 




ol 


er exhibited. 


handsome or 
Tbo Herd o 


better 
Durbn 


ras,i*o 


"," 




llr. Overhiier 


and by J. D 


Palter 


on, E=q 


»" 






a with Sir. 0., and 


o beui 




Sn 


Joan u lo for 


Ibo benefit 


r thol 


county 


■hi 


will give lo this 


District Iho 


enefil 


rhanngih 




Herds of I 


evoa and D 


rbnni 


entile in 


th 


Sin 


e. Wc gl» 


the nnloci 


nge a 


d orig 


n o 




] animal ; t 






briefs 




of 


hem. Were 


we to giro Ih 


e ptJig 


ee of co 


chi 


wo 


old require o 


r whole she 


t: 







Tmpal (bnll)— Calred Ji 

,|„:.ri.,.l W-.i-liinglon (130); da.n Fairy ( 1 2t3"|. 

iK> firnjf TflB|itsl "n* litiid bv tin' i-elflinilti.' 

eeder, James Qnarlly, Esq., of Holland, Devon. 

.iro, England. 

yboBj Tm put— Calved February 4th, 18G3 

re Tempest, by Imported Washington. (130) 

.m Lady Kate (1359). 

TWnaoo-Calved Unrch 21th, 1803 ; sire Dok. 
by Dun Pedro (349) j data Fairy ^d, she by Do! 
Pedro. 

ZiBmeoiw— Calved May Bi 
by Washinploti (130) | dam Snppuo liilb, 
Don Pedro (313). 

Dukt o/ AirJri' (Doldeo's)— Calrod Apr 
18G3; sire Fourth Duke of Airdrie (42S-1) ; di 
Rosette by Harold 4th (2351), bo got by Hi 



Lo-!; AT..I. 
hy E- P. t 



■■ Deron Herd Book 
(1354), she by imported Dibble (17G). 

Lady Salt 2d ( 1300)— Calred liny 1854 ; sii 
A. Stevens ilro of imported Candy (103)] dm 
Lady (1351), she by imported Dibble. 

Lady HaTt 3d— Calred August lllb, 1861 ; eli 
Duke hy Lion Pedro (343); dam Ludy Eats (136S) 

Sappho Gll> (1492)— Cnlred Januarr 24th, 1855 
sire Quartly (284) ; dam Sappho Olh (1491). 

Sappho 1BW— Call " " 
Don I'edro (349) ; dam tMppbo Blh (list*). 

Sapphohllh— Calved May 81b, 1801 ; sire Tem- 
pest by imported Washington (130); dam Sappho 
IhBfltb. 

Fairy Sd— Calred Juno la 
(349); dam Fairy (1260) ; a 
bio (176). 



o thus giren the m 



» Miirino — We shall send 



erjutei. 

...1 -iir.l.ni-i 
i hy Ihc p 



D COBaEHFOnDGHTS. 



frleadi who deeply t 



will bare due atieoiloa.'* 





some rich 




small com 


toy«l, 


only five. 


who 


from tbo 
some thro 


years 


pieces ,el 
other tot, 


warm 


'";,!" 


wel- 


[ndtid, a 


i,n ,: 


Sin F 


Fo|. 


body lo 
many we 




surpass 



R.0D QrMUK 

parcels from H 
Dry town Quar 



eeden ni any in America 
due or this Herd Is S0,000. 

The drat is Jahn Bull (3025) bred by F. W. E 
Guelph, C. W., a red and whit 

Tbla bnll was Imported by Cohnrn 
ila Clnra, aod was sold In W. L. Ore 
s now Ibo solo owner. John Doll 
by John 0. Gnnol 2d (13089); dam R 
by Minstrel (1181B). A very noble soimi 
01 S3,000. 

The following Is tho Herd owned, , 
nboto onmed, by Overhiser i Palterson 

Flora Ttmpie— Oalred Jlay 1B5S ; si 
aod Ready (S1S4) ; dam Lady Luckha: 
Marnoek (1844). 

Mary Ann 22.1— Calred September 24lh, 1857 
■■ir.- Iv.inl,,:,,- il.],}|l,y i ui |,„n..,l || llr c|,l M , ],j.ih| 
dam Luey, she by Booaparte (273). 

Hirnn-la 2rf— Calved April 2^J 1»57 - s | r0 I rn ,,. 
boo(ltl88)l,y i,nporu-d il.,r..ld J.j [!.J>1, .!,„ 
Miranda, ilia by Koisoih [1703]. 

Lacy 2d— Culrtd Septemher 241h, 1857 ; fin 

hr.,,1,..,. ([»■,) ; ,,y i rl ,|,. Pl „.,j ||. ir „, d ,j [| C3a , 

dam Lucy sbo by Bonaparte. 

OjoMiVy-Cilved Jolyllb, 1856; sire Imnorlea 
Harold 3d [1638] ; dam Trlnkeit by 

Suca- Sform-Calred May L0tb,189Sj sire rountf 
Splendor [3011]; dam Victoria by Oregon [77 i] 

/•anrj-Culrcd Augnsi 12th, 1858; rir u [ran hot 
[1638] by imp..n,.,l K, ir „ld 1-1 [ [.,i-_] , [illrn [ tj!ll 
' ' iported Harold Id. 

telle— Calred July 3d, 1859; (Ire Harold 4lh 
f'J'Jll]; hy impnntJ Harold 2i (163B1 ; dam 
'-- by imporlcd Harold 2d. 



n the UnlMd Slw „ cllq 
e variety, quantity aod 



:b obliged lo oi 
rowing ii lor o 




7Yib>— Called .-.pi-ml,.:; >ilil,, \d',:< ■ Blroryau- 


Warteo, Preildsn' of the association 


oo [1088] ; dam Trinket by Orlulo. 


the proceedings ol Ibo fortieth oo 


Lacy ith— Calved April 5ih, I860; siro Young 


Ihc Bonkor.lllll Monument Associoi 


.lendor[3GU]; Sam Lucy 2d by Ivanhoe [i.;hs] 




-DueAu, af Arytntiar— Calred June 3d, 1801 ■ 


Ibe report, of Ihe Treasury, reeolp 
peorillurcs. The Repoit conlalos n 


re Ilucd'Artu-Hu,., [■J-LS7] ; .J..r,i Murv Ami JJ.|, 
eby Fairfai [2837]. 












ednor and proprietor of a daily 


We hayc glrcn the leading pnrttculars of this 


lived n useful life, and died full o 






lib sire and dnm, so tbat all stock-ralscra who 
»y hereafier breed from Ihem, lu Sun Jonquln 


worthy iho cause ll rcpresenlj. 


Islrict, mau mu*e r«ord, and Ibeo be ablo lo [race 
ack lo ibo English and American Herd Books 


ra.Af^ltoaofflilrf.-.Thi. long 



i repute and or b 

more years. We i 

lhai has been su 

1 parcel of vbo so. 



hel papers i 
a conferet 
to call oi 



Gold advanced 3 j p cr 
advancing lo SI 32j, on 

'■""■'""tent StcariU*. 



openlog at Si 21 
Ing firm M Si 32J. 
qulolj wiibom decide! 



- 



THE CA.LIFOENI A. i ABMEB, 



39 



The Stats Elect Ion. 
Tbi SlMo clecifon foY State officers [other than 
Judicial,) ami members of the With tore, pulled 
off qui oil i, "id mulled in a clo'Ia'"' triumph for 
ttrn Uninn c*ute. C1.1r.1j officera nerealso olecl- 

unjpril 



rMeonsidfrvd doobtfol. In lhis citj there « 

ho Union [Legtslmive] ticket., in ijie Held, l._ 

Ides tbe opposition, wt tbe Independent Union JTg.rflftSB. 

ieket ii elected, entire, bj u plurality, of on 

jbua vntes; the n-mpr vot* bring tor tbr Indi 

indent Union 1,012; Cqnwnllpn or "B»t»" Re( 

ilnr Union, 1,853 ; Oppeebend, 2, 9(50. The ton 

(owner. 5,443. K iung Lin- a' clear majority, froi 
6, unofficial lip 



Tnc Fim Ar ViDDisi* Gnr, N. T.— Io the fli 
at Virginia City, Aug 28, 180 boum Were burne 
nod .undry other* scnrcbed. The daily papei 
eillmiite the loss at £500,000, bnl Iho geoen 
opinion [a tbnt It n-lll reach 5800,000. Butinei 
of allk-luda continue* nclirn. Teams for Reoa 
rirer and tbe Humboldt are Bearer. Freight far 
there ranges from 10 to 12 cents per pound. 



mple.i 



: and as far ks received Lutr leads Dunrney 
3 votes, and It is prohnhlo Loir's nmjarilj, 
e State, nil] bo from 15.0UU to 2O.O0D. Suffi- 

returns have already been received to sho* 



, the Call, oflhl) morning, tbe follu. 
■ of the returns, so far aa received : 
su'oa of lie St-}li reto™ -fir Ootme, 
fur at r.'u.J „p la Foidoy, 1 o. a. 



Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MAKUFAOTTJKER8 
bn and Imporu n of (*im$\ 

* HARNESS,? 18 

IS addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Boa. 214 and 216 Battery street, 
SAiV PR A!f CISCO, 



ilon and b.ntfit thit tboy eon at emallnr ettabliil 

FARMERS »nd othera will do nail to call on i 
before pnrcnalioe, o> tbe rate of BiMnrn J-I s. -- h '.'•• 
|nrtlne> at in oflarioir gooda at REDUCED RATES. 



The Bulletin s*ys : From erery corner of the 
Slate that news coinei-in from, tbe election was 
qoiet, the vote large and the Union tickel abend. 
The following, then, Is ibe list of Slate officer! 
iphantlj- elected 10 serve for the next font 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

'STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
! EEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 



And will Sell Cheaper than any House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 

CAMPHEN'E, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL- 
COMET LLLUMTNATINQ OIL. 
SPESM OIL, 

LABU OIL, 

MACHINERY OIL. 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL. Run- and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL. 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
Ait. A*. Ae, ir. 




If, iS pPSaj fli 

3\ew SSing-iiig- Booik:. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE, 

10,000 

80LD IN TWO MONTHS. 



I A. KOHLEE. 

P UOt M-,. D..I.,,S.. >,.,.!. 



THE HEW STYLE HAT. COME AND BEE. 
» HATS! HITSim 

OorQldlrier.it. ao.1 lbs pnlille ccscnlljr lie cordlilly s 
itiaa ucall.asa mni 

Hew Spring arid; Bummer Style of 
SILKIIAT FOR1863. 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAG-H 



WM 1. COLEMAN A CO., 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 



DR. PEARSON'S NEBVINE 






Italian, and Common Bees, 

eWEBIOR f 




EVERY FAMILY 

SHOULD HAVE A 

Sewing' Machine, 

And EVBftY ONE Boiler i SEWING MACHiV 

SHOULD BUY THE BEBT, 

As It id the MOST ECONOMICAL, and la 

ALWAYS SATISFACTORY 



WHEELER & WILSON'. 

TVItb iUanagroua Impmreaenti 

IS 1HE BEST 



FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

Brer offend in tho Market. 



It is XTaieq«ale<i 

AND THE STITCH 

Alike en Bolh (idea— all ackaewledfa to bo 

THE ONLY PERFECT 

Itch for ALL Family Sewing. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From the lowest price to the blgfaegt price, 

IS GUARANTEED. 

Before pnrch«!n£,eall and examine, or 

Send for a Circular 

From (be OFFICE, 

Cor, HODtgomery and Saoramento streets, 

SA,Y FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWOETH, 

AGENT, 



ZOXtTV «Sc OO., 

GENERAL AGENTS, AXD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

«1 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 



FOR 

AGRICULTURALIMPLEWENTS 



ZORN & CO., 

SAN riiAXCIjif/O. 



HAYNES & LAWTON. 



§?o 



CROCKERY, 1^4 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH. CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Brliaunla Ware, 

cood., ohicb ib., ,.,.■ ..in,,.- :,, ';;, . ,,,;,, ;,;,'"' 



SOLE ACENTS FOH CALtrORNIA 

: SASSOME STRBET, OOR.VER MBR0BL4BT. 



Wffl, T, COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and Ban FranoUca< 



iVotice to Far- 



mers: 




"11 



WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

h Bblob n Bnr and Team can Eoir inJ Culllvato, in iho beit pouible manner, FIFTEEN ACRES PER DAT. 
Tbl, Machine It.liople ao4 nil llkelj to koi out of order. 
The SEED SOWER AND CULTIVATOR al 



d, that It ii animated In "Tho 1 
) acre,, to pij for the Machine, 
eon at Jjofl Muket etreol, San Fran etico. For further particular. 



uclion. rtioa-ithoGfi 



p. & H. A. WINTER, 

eao MA.RSET 8THBBT. 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

JAOKSON STREET, 

FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO TUB 

Steamers' Landings, Business Streels. 

Placen or AmuHonient. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, 

WARH AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

• FREE TO GUESTS. 

(•novated and Non-Ly ( 
:Y ROOM OCENd TO 
I Room li/umUbcd .rhh 

fJiiD A TAULK », :, a , l)., u . (n tho Cliy" " 

I VMl'tKA^CB I'KINcil'LKi 1 "'" ^ C0 *' U, " ed 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor, 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

JACKSO.N STREET, 



Tbl. are T ,rc»t bull 



The City Railroad Cars Faea h Door, 

.':;!■- IL-:-.-i- ■-,'., iu.-u.l „r, TtJMMKK.V.SVE I'ltlN 



F. E. WETOAIVT, Propr. 

■-•— l«n U„.j.,.ln o, „„.:,-. I, n.... ,!,.,, ,„,. , l: , ■ . 
liLVl\ "a° h" db""' m " r """ ,h ° I "' u " ,nl " 
■a W a,o, FI1EE. F.'b 'wLvilANT 1 ' 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C'%V),!i T , t , ™ l j; Df llAKI '' * rcLL ANDC0A i- 

•nnicnlu du, lanilh, or dOKfinllgn, of Cordage 
MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 
Al abort nolle.. 

nuns & co., 

611 and 613 From ra „t. | 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 

II W.*ini^?t, N (f c » Tort I HENBY Slock" EWL£TT ' 

JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers tn 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTURAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 

Plows, 
Harrows, 




Mowers, 
Thrashers, 
Grain and Flo He-Sacks, BaKng-Rope, 
Powder, Oikum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fqso, Pitoh, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

Marline, II looks, Oars, 



'.' , :f '."■',' "' ' :',' Vi' 'i' : ' ' - : "' '' ■ ,| ■''■ ^l ' 1,,, "i"''n- 



Attention ^ay-Balers ! 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JUaT RECEIVED, B.\ nEOKHX Altai V4L9, 

SOO ColliSaperlnr Eaitorn Bnle-Rcpe, 



-^ii^l L IFOENIA = FAEMBE 



LIFE'S AfJSWEE. 

know no! ir the dark or bright 
Shall bo roj lolj 
f that wherein soy bopas delight 
Bebcstornot. 

Toil's b«.j chain ; 
ir day and night my ■=«' *• '"**■ 

Ob bed of pain, 
lenr fieri may eurronod ay hoarlb 

With smile* and gl»; 
■r I n-. i- daell alone, >nd mirth 



rand about and sve 



A gentleman up 
Stafford, reeogn 



"Lie qiuet, B 
Tbij is the fell 



bit in 


entl 


at, 


for food. 


d to 6 




sly 


enid Mr 


Mend 






at's the 


u. What a 


goj 


1 Whai 


ed Ifr 


Tin 


me 


ton, "do 



Tour docior Bays you m 



m tell jo 
s. little dl 



Mr. Timmertou 1" asked 



.tuff for a we 
••Wha,t sort 
"Ob, the w 


ekJ" 

of Stuff?" 

ret ; poetry, and politlci, a 


d.»ry 


thin*." 
"Wnj, ib™ 


I wai onl of ray bend." 
gnca. You haTBn't been 


a It or 


nesr ii nJr tw 
"Bless me 1 

Do no good. 
'■Jionstrous 


It's too late to be frigate 
1 You needed anintorrupt 


ed now. 
d alien- 



o paid? Send her aome- 



My barqne ii wafted 16 the ilraBd 


thing extra to buy pipes i<Hh or anoff." 
"Harry, one thing ia wry sure. Sbeaaycdyoor 


And on the holm there rests a band 




"That's ber trade, Fred'; nt least one-half of it. 




Baring or losing it mates no difference to her, I 
















He holds me wbon lha billowi smite, 


eterr thing Tor me." 


IF th.rp, 'U« short; If long 'tis light; 


"Will too go nnd thank your unrso when yon 






Safe to the land— safe to the land; 


yon are sick." 














"Shi can't comonny mnre, she says, Dow that 




LOVE BY MlHAHr 1 . 












''his Sir Stafford opened bn mind's eyes— or, to 










"I anppnse I roust, since yon mnkh a pnint of it. 


renmstanccj ha would naturally expect lo be, in 


Fred, whatever became of the beamiful icicle?" 


9 own apartments. For an hour he lay with bis 


"Wbicbone?" 


ostj half unclosed, weakly questioning himself 


"The one that upset me." 






ed ; why bis legs aod arms burl biro if be stirred 


'■So, she upset uou ,- moreover, she was not an 






hj ibe people whom be eaw moring softly about 






Ton had a good deal to say about her last week. 


loud for any information It was pleasaoter to 


In fact yon talked about rerj little else." 


anjecture tranquilly, and wait for recollection to 


■■Good gracious 1 Did I deroto my precious do- 


jape itself before him. Gmdoally the outline! 




f the accident arose in bis mind ; dimly at Brat, 


"Eiclnsivcly." 



"I snid 'poetry and pnlitics.' " 

"True, aojoo did. I wonder whnt Ibe devil 
,o thought of me spinning over those i 
ones. 1 dare say abo laughed." 



,, I .1,10 



e lau 



mginlii 



ltd. That 
a for her to 






thought it was a highly in- 

herlifel Ob, do ber justice, 

,a I her life-preserver? Come that's good, 
raand bor lifc-prrserrcr." Thai's poelry ; 



r, Unrry, i 






"Thnt'e all 

abominations 

A day or l< 



Might wbat?" 
'No manor." 
'I tell yon whs 
ivny and give jour 
"Con- 1 never get 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

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Full Iron Frame Pianos 

TES 
raeHoncaWatenEl 



TESTIMONIALS: 



iwladse. 



■WHOLESAIX AHD EETAIL DEALERS IN A&p&* 
;j „ i STAPLE AMD SGLECIT FANCY t isls) 

6EOCEEIBS, 
& Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 
or **,*«* «»■>. AT *■<""■ "«°= s - 

P. B ,..I„ .,»».. .. ..«,. 1™ » •>■ -""'■",** """*' "■"'"""" '" """•"" 

SPECIALITIES, for our 

FAMILY TH.AJDE, 



)H AS— 
«■ n hmj nncpee nnd nil other choice kinds. 
TEAS. SST"' choices,, selected W ,th tbo create,! care, for F«co,, y Use 

SUGARS. PU" Re lined, Cm, hfd, Powered ^"^•Mc^ 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams, Dried Frnil of nil kinds. 
SP1CE9 innumerable and for orory use. SIRUPS of tho rery choicest, 
BU1>TER & CHEESE 'rom the most celebrated Dairies; also, choicest Eastern. 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, the very purest, taken from Bond, aa w a keep 
nonenntthabe't; Ib.ae that desirn eholco Table Wines, etc, or for Medicinal purpose., can ml, 
BONELES&^irRDTNES,^""''-^- SPANISH OLIVES, of superior qnelhy 

lunment »tu. the Patent niriJod Fit'lUCIMI ii rurviV CIII^SE, superior to any Cheese in the country. 

'•» *"•«•""«««*" lONQWOMH'a ISABELLA AMD CATAWBA WINES, 
■ | y J | ll .;. 1 il,,. 1I „t, rvr..>.n™.i;i™ c to, Sabbath ■"^ Both Sparkling a 1 " 1 SlHI. "racially fur Family Uae 

**"* ^ ; I, i'^V in' rJT M . A.', Th«e with every nthor ar.1.1. needed In Ibe Culinary department of the «--"^"^«; \™<*; **& 

ill! be filled with care and iLraleh, and Goods .ant to any part of 
Our Meed* from the Capntry that f*vor os with Order., will h 



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fir dlflen-r.t m.knr., for » IW ' *>-™J|J Se^dloM V*"*! 
tslffSl, »H>!W »IM.»"t=. elS IIW. a°d WW. 

THE HORACE WATERS MELODEOKS 
AND HAKMOSIIIMS 



"iiu'n'iri: «'.\t- 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 




SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 






:::" ■',:,. 



•I.IU.'I,!!.. 1.,.-.: III! --r.-rl: -I." "TC-r. 
<n. Lli.1,1,- "H,.l_Mr»,-V.V,.Y. 

iDthbDund, mnlMtwl BU1.30 ccntj, 



(Bptr'lW. 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 

l...:. ''.'i'.. :.'i !',.:/':,..'„.:« l',';i , ;.''..J"""-i;,i,'-':^ i i .'Ii 1 ; 
\\:'--l',} '■■■■ ,.-'-■ ",n '■■.ii- '.'in ■>..",„',.-,,'■■ ■■n!i, ■'.'";!!■, 



. SO.i- 









sogbinE. 

tnrday, Mr. Staffor 



io the spot of my accident, 
broke it with my bead. Bt- 



"I tbiuk a great deal better," said Tiramci 
Not flushed; no signs of much fever, ani 

"Then I shall go," said lha nurse. "I will : 

"flallo," said Stafford, as tbo door was ope 
there are tsvo of them. I saw then boll 
iitioctly bbw a pair. I havea't got two on 
lavell" 

"One is bo assistant," said Tltomerioo, as 

"An assistant I" Why, have I been so hi 
hat— and for only a forlolgbil Well, I el 



To 


ate a locky fellow," said sir. Timor 




ould think so," said Mr. Sluflord 




d arms are coniiantlr reminding me 




frtheless," conlloued lit. Tiramert 




are less for the chances of getting 




1 pitch-off, if I could leel sure o 



Well, for 



ewhererouple.se." 

Tho carriage rolled through PiRh A Venn 
iroing a corner It stopped before n mansion li 
tgaol to appear tbe fit abode of nnrsea. 
"Why, Fred, is the creature Id olteodance up. 
mebody 7 I can't go inlo a etranger's house 

"Come along," said Mr. Timmerlon, "Pre hi 

eiy thing. She raiher expecti you." 

Mr. Stafford laugnidly oufrared himself lo 



end cards were give 
ieneo gradHally fade- 



ce. They on 
r. Timmerlon 
J!r. Slnffurd' 



asc was serious, my boy. Haw met 
ecood rap on the skull like that of) 
"You don't tell me so. There's 



itblug tb 
tbo lighter bruise 






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THE HAEP OP FREEDOM 

RUTH: A SACKED CANTATA 
THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

M r."«"^/.nI°™°ra.*^ n V°°p dMl,nrf '"' " Wl ™ 1, 

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VOCAL, MUSIC, 
With Piano Acbompaniment 



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imivcii STORE— Hunter s'rr. I. Stoeki 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery atreeta, 



BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY. 

FIEE J±NT> LIFE. 



OFFICE— BTortliwc at Corner Jlonlgomcrf and Sacramento streets. 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 ! ! ! 

LIFE DEPART3IEIVT. 

ASSETS OVER 



EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF KTE-TO" •YORK: 

all tho profits inall 



America wants Charter provides tl 

i among the policy koldsrt, 

delay of (odd Inn sppplles lions to Ken York. 

oriitory, and transit lo and from tho States to California 



Purely mutual. The only Slack Company 
be divided pro 

Policies Isiaod at. this Agsnoy without tbe n 

Retldoneo In California, Oregon, anil Nora 
without extra charge. Slridendi applied to ruymenl or Premiums or added to policy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HAHTFOKD, OON3W : 
Rcsidenco In Californio, Free of extra chnrgo. 
This Company declares 50 per sent ClvldonJs annually, and tho Assured enn If ho desires give a nolo for 
ono-bilf tho annual premium. 

Books and PamjinloU containing fall iouils of tho system of Life Insurance, can be had at tho Agency. 

The Cheapest and Best Life Insurance Company ia the World 1 

FIRE ' iDEIP^RTMElVT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, OOlSTlSr : 

ASSETS, $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: ' 



$1,600,000! 

Hiettei-s of Credit for §340,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, Park Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insurance Co. Phenii Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co, 



Board of References : 

PRED'K BILLINGS, E«q. J, p. FLINT E*o 

HENRY CARLTOS JR?, of Vii„?"p 

of W. T. Colem.n & Co. LOUIS MoL\NE 'E=n 

ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq.. ,,r \"X &.. & Co 

joon n. t^^oT^t °- B ' pol S b a1S i s i ' 

J. D. K.TTL E R 1S° D ^ °°" ' J0NAT " AN o li - U fe_ M> 

of Douiit, Kittlo rt Co. 



nf Plinij Po^body A Co. 



Sun Fran 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

^^^^^^^ AGENTS- 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

The subscriber, late a member of Ibis well-known Firm, 

Wholesale and Hetail Depot 

At 72G Broadway, New York City, 

lrtuhosrfwmhlsljion.il, end ine'ealrnM ono'^lau 

SIBERIA OTT, 

128 Broadway, Sew Tork City, 

ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS 

Dootman-s Pianoforte Toning Scales. 

SIBERIA OTT, 

raS]In, « i »*I-M. B Y«rs?0U,. 



Twenty-five Cental 
AM3ROTYPES 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 048 CLAY STREET...SAN FRAKOISCO. 
FOB. SfS CENTS. 

ALL STYles OF FANCY OA9E3 OR LARftB SlaBS 
rrur«ritona>oly l 01t , un d v-arrani.il the best. 

PliotograstliH ror 83 per UozeH' 

„, L 4:'J"^,'! ua Phnt OST a|.bs the same horetefore UW 
■}' tr.s H.,Li.in.. I.., ,l„. ii r ..i ,■..,.,, lri ,| h^re^frcr M 

'■i™ 1 "" " n ' S: " ,r " "T '"■ °"' : d °""- 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 

We auaranleo and t..lleii ib* blgbut O ,dorof rmiK •■ 
■ten-are of Insposterit I I 

"".^"I'li^'V'^""''-;" 1 ' 11 ii "' ii| i-'™ii( |iiiB ^ 

thoj^vouomnltbOEOliiiE 11 Jrjl'ls'i'j;!; Vui'm'i'' 



S. W. SHAW, 
X*oi-ti-ait Paiuter. 

ami "" Gj'rrt? e t° '- S!prt,lnl llc Library bu!lr)l» ' 



THE CALIFORNIA PARMEE. 



27 




TREAD-WELL & CO'S 
LIST OF MAOHIJN-ES 

FOR THE 

HARVEST OF 1863. 



GROCERIES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

For Oasli Ouly. 




PERSONS, and more purtioulorlv Firms, 



•Or, line ^..tapanled bj Uajb, Rill b 

It. It. FORDIIAM. 

CjrL.r.,r F,,.r,l aaJ.J.ji-'li-.utStwIl, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, and Bush streets 




THIS HOTEL u.\i n 

AN PLAN. Burden nil) be run 



fittrarj glji'iibkrj. 



DIPPISO DP TUB STATE H. 

K'nuiaBrtbaslrtWliiir 
Kotc, tbo farmer 1 , daughter, 

Drlnklng-lo ber rosy palm 
Dipping up tbo water. 



Bo I .lowly, tenderly, 

Went and knell beside her; 
Drink with her frtmi oat the skoaia— 

Jllu- !,im: Mm;, Ryder. 



Ilhe i 



. This D 



!d siyle.soas to 
be no-t rrutidlaoi. Tbo Table, irlll be supplied with 

.nl.lroly distinct fora ibo Ibjlol. Inoiat-h nj-onintfTom 11 
ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOB FAMILIES, 
. As well u Single Rooms fur Transient Patrons. 
Tbe location of lb(i llolol li onsutpinod, orerkoktn 
Iho B»i, and nlvc one of Ibo Hno!t pro.-pcels, nlih 
viafl. of our enllie ell; and Ibo mrrounjin e country. 



•buckeye Mower. 



1TCBR 

mo in 



MOWERS: 



UNION MOWER, 

COMBINEDMOWERS AND REAPERS: 



REAPER & SOWER 



iBiilCRis CCJIBINED SEAPEtt 4 MO WEH.^ b£"ke"B 

" *> dn do EAOLE do do do 

_,- _" REAPERS: 

NY'S do RE * a ' I:B ' MCCORMICK'S SELF-RAKE KEAPEE. 

BDiSEY'S SELF-RAKE K BEAPER *' ^ 



EAIB'E'S HEADERS, 



D'S SVr ATHEB-S, HEADERS 



', 33. and 3S-focb Ihraihei 
do do do 

Tbruben. 



KiuMV s: ondV^'^rnoi"'""™' ggg&g 

■sltMde lor Thrwaiaj' " DIU0 '" , "■ *» w '■ "■■ E *«J s Parent Swoop and Tread Hone-1'o..rs. Sloaa-Entin, 

HAY-PRESSES: 

(JOVE'S, and INtfEKSOLL'S Ifey-Praisea. 
EXTRA CASTINGS for Ibo .bore Machine.. Boiling-Robber and Le.-her-.H slws. 

TREADWELL & CO,. 

nod Datiery ureeu, SAN FRANCISCO. 




Wanted. 

A MAN WITH B1O0O 
teie.Ho. ter» Uati 

ii"''"'rh. 



$5, $8, or $10,000 Wanted. 



fiber's Compouiia Extract Siirsaparilla. 




taOH I'ull-bluod Mei 1 

ft l«'«r or ' C ;'";.l : - ' '"■ ||N ''' 
V "B^UrM,.!,. A-10«« Kb,™' 



THRASHING MACHINES! 



GENUINE 

PITT'S, and C. SI. RUSSELL & Co', 

CELEBRATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AMD GEAEED. 



-4, G, IO, and 12-Hors 
16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMERS are especially requested to call and ei. 
Ine before poichailnt elsewhere. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 

9 Sanson., meet, near Peclu. 



DR. KKOWLES, 

DENTIST, 

lO. OU CLAY «TOEE», EUIUE'S DUIUMrlO, 

BAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Honn: From 9 A M., to B P.M. 

ALL WORK jp-=y TERMS 0ASH 

wABRANrEDi^^ina*" 11 ^ W0RB iS 

wabraktbdi -— -j-j-j- piyjanBfj, 
PRICES LIBERAL. 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER ST0TE, 
JTor (Sale T3y 

A. P. BRAYT0N & CO., 

o. 




No. 139 Saneome street, near Fine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General A son I. for Ibo Paclfio Coast, 
DEALER3 IN ALL KIN 03 OP 

STOVES, 
Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

BOHSE-FCRSISHINQ GOODS, 40. 
BOLE AOBNTa FOU 

4HAL1_,ER,>S as 
Patent -A.it?tigla.t «* 

FHUIT-JARS, 

Tbo only absoloiolr reliable Jar In use. 

Baooitiu HOTH Block. No. IS S.nwmo street 

» Sax Fn« clac0 



GOLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Seventli and K streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



THIS HOTEL IS 
o"nomef.-FiTniJ 
Tba Proprietor h; 



o TABLES "ill b, 



Patron, of tbe Homo 

D. E. CALLAHAN, 

"> PROPRIETOR. 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lata Woodford'. Hotel— 

PACHECO. 

g&- THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING- TAKEN 



..I asMi,!.!-;!,!, 






wbllihi 



Tba home 

■mem thorooeblj- rontteJ. 
o tba ra- 



Many jears bBTo hare p» 


d n. by, 


Liko tbo flowing w.ior, 






if 


WUb Kite, the farmer', d 


•u E hl„. 


Diamdsds— Wo heard rather a 


amnaiog ate 


eat Ibo other dnj, of a recant a 


leof adiamo 


1, h; ono of the largo Boston b 


niei 


A couutrfman and bis daughter 


both nppnrec 


rather rough ipecimena, entcrc 


, and naked 


tbown aomo ll Illm^n^. ,, Tbe 


clerk, thinlti 



poliielj showed tbctn n nice 



Jnght be vronld lik 



Tbe) 



Ihen j..v..i-il to bim 
for inspection. Ho throw tba elegant diamond 
necklace nrnnnd "S»!'s" neck, and asked If it met 
her approval. Il did bd, and bo ssid bo nnold 
take it. The aaioiil.hed proprietor here Stepped 
up and remarked: 

that set la worth I" 



"V.\-ll :-i 



said 



itrj frien 



rih §11, 1 

"Indeed," wai tha rcplj ; and oti 
grensy pocket- book, a ail strange to 
$11, BOO. 

Sal put iho "aluna" io ber pocket, nnd left Ih 
merchant, who haao't got orer his aslonishmeoi 
jet. 



Old 



A noblem 


so 


w 


., 


dfi 


rrir 


Irtn h 




for Iho repr 


SB 




io 


ol 


ah 


rough 


n parliament 








ii. 






or, "I 




plaj- iho po 
he part of 


1 


I 


_B 


par 


::r 


on tb 


"*'*' ' b " 



'Dos'r jou think tn 
quired an npothecarj, ej he introduced his greasy 
faced boy to tho willy Dr. H. "yes," replied the 
J :tor, pretending to scan tbo physiognomy of 

:h,"I think I see your IwmaiU In bis counter.- 



who is nut 


blot 


) make 


a 


„„ , 


l bin 


deuce every 


to or 


■og, Is 1 


ardly in 


con- 


rupee trail y 


aim 


ihowu 


da 


I any 
s, n 


tber 


utempla.ing 


yon 


misfor 


myt 


eath you— in 


thin 








cnrl 


alrraja louk 


ibnv 


you— t 


'US 


afaal 




rom despair 


nd from prld 


*-'' 







A II»ory Buble A P"'^ of ten years boa elapsed since tbe sub. 

in with this Hotel. Horses and carriages ' c " oefa E «' Intltcd public aitenliDn to the pecu 
"-- prnpcnieaof their Pa lent Aile-grcase. 



irclsbedi 

A Bail; Line of Stages 

onneet Picb«a «iib Marlioci, Sao Pablo, Oaklo 
.ahjallo, Clayton, and the Coal Mine.. 
Paoheeo, JaooM, 1B63. 

■»■ D. SHIRTS & CO. 




PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

rpilK ■■ ; UH:"'RIFT!f>!,M l 0OKJ tibeO™ l niI Ps^lllo R4I 



Report, and ra.pi prr-o.rus 
piuln.- .arrey, er. ( ^ roniU , 
Vr Inl^ranUon, can be 



Imporlanl to Ike Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN^ HOTEL, 

BElsriOXA, OAXj., 

Tliouiafj Uromiey, Proprietor. 

MKI™ E .ad'« B J' r AND nE3T U0TK t- 1» BE- 
, 1 , : ;V. I :.".-.', , . I . I "':' S "' 1 "''''. ' Vi;'.''-;'.". M ". hi r !1 u".' ,',';': 



Of- A Horn.,.- -.11 „■.„.., 



-A.]VIETiiCA.JV HOTEL, 

TOMALES. 

wmSSST" 



,t first their inv 



x progrr* 



but (banks to ibo liberal and appreciative spirit 
of a largo portion of tho teamsters and coach 
proprietors of California, ibo demand for Ibeir 
nmnufaciure has gradually increased, and not- 
withstanding the many spurious Imitations, which 
from time to time have been inlrodoced from tbo 
Eastern Stales to compote with their article, the 
H A- L AXLE-GEBASE has now acquired an 
unrivaled rcpuiatlun, extending Ihroughnut tho 
lii.;-:il. .u,.| I.,. .,.!,!. ,,, .;.iii,., riUl , | ,1.,'gon, and tbe 



ckunwledgemeuts to 


ihi-ra r,u 


"" ""■■ 


r grateful 


are so largely patrun 












Clod 




and. Tbo supply of 


..v n..u,r 


„,.].;■ 
.1 Irur 


mi tn vied 



i of Coal-oil as a busls of tbeir mnnufaclui 
: nfier rn.j.lfing every uicnna suuucsled bv f: 
dern annliotlon of tho science nf nh™i.. r 
•oily a 






SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IH 

Pore New York, Boston, and New Jerioy 

OIDEE, 
Cider Vinegar. 

Iho T» may rely n lDa a p0 „ „ ( „i, of a vary 

• jwrhirqutirr. Par ulo by iho Pipe, 

Barrel, or Oato, al j.rlee. no- 

precedimedly low. 

Corner of Fron* si. and Broadway, 

SAN FRANCISCO. - 



ighl bo for illuoiiiijiiag 
icqnaled, it 
----- _.. „„„,,„„ lu mKHC tt permanently 
■rili™ y e ' t;r ' ; "* u - ln Ibia dilemma iho 
of CMllurnia, bdiering'iha'i la^go^qunuiUle, 

pine iree. o7C bouadk.""""''' 1 *""" "" n0b ' 8 

" V'inglurlled ""icaUnn to' Ibis subject, ihor 

already rcer-ited one parcel of the crudo 

thus collccied, and tbe same having been 

liicd w careful distillation, has produced 



any similar material 



efforts may be put 
ie, so that California 
all foreign supply, 



.- ,. II Id. ir ui-lebrateil Allc-g^iaeril ,, kn 
id.. ii .nil ■ i.i i|, L . spurious coal.oll varieli 
i may hereafter bo imported. 

BUCKS A- LAMBERT, 



C. E. COLLINS, G£y 

'BOB M.,i. i b , ,,„,-,)■ alrtef.^uiV 

American Watch Factory 

c WATCH EEPAIBIMQ 

|AT NEW YORK PR10Eai,*S 







WMmMMsm$f -m^mwE-h ss<s 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1863. 



NUMBER 5. 



%ty (klitaiua pmn. 

H^fTD jouhsal of useful sciences. 



ODLOrtSL WASHEH, 



REMOVAL, 



iro Hip. 

ncb.nfew miles from Copperopolis 



ibe hill-fides and gulches ben 



.lain or pretiy bill-Bides, nil 
Bin flowers are now heaps of 
tinl «en these rough places 

mlng vineyards and orchards 
r's— nt iboHolel of Sperry & 



■ or good farming. Uay w as 
ji per [on; tfals pays ; ihis 
t; ihey plant in May. 
<l ncres, n ynong orebsrd 



Tlii* is on lhe i 




, if Only well CalllVal.d, ibD lam 

ibo soil productive. 

r Home, eigb I miles from Murphy's 



foils iwu feet deep, on no 
Jen, when here, oo Iboir way i 
oukoibe toad directly oppot! 
, is Iho best and smoothest road— 



imental gardening tba 

The toil is very good, very npproprl 

rdlng nod vineyards. Tbc season is loof 

_ lib, and no better soil eoold bo found Tor 

E In-growing ibno tb„ light red and sandy wood. 
, d9 when dinted. 



j foundation of n gooc 



t Marysvtlle. 

Annual Fair of the Agriculture 
ind Jlecbonics' Society of Ihe Nor! 



[Murphy's bcxl week.) ^^. 

No rili vi ii Diatilot Fall at & 

ie Fourth Annual Fair of the 

irticuliurnl and Mechanics' Socio!; 

i District of California, began nt 

.jesdaylosl, Sepierabcr 8th. Al « 

10 be present we Sipy from the Daily Appeal, an 
account of the opening, nod socio report of Ihe 

ir. M...J.I .h- nod V'portioo of Tuesdny wns 

copied in recoiling nnd arranging «i 

! Cattle Grounds. But by Tuesday s 
Til ion ni well filled with objecU o 

cm. The wenlber was clear but brtci 



of Ihe most osefnl nod indusir: 
Stale, Glli eercinl tables uilb th 
duct of bis mountain farm. He 
rietioa of apples— many of tbt 

oud ouly 10 Hutchinsun's, 31 
peaches, 4 of qolnccs, 12 of plno 
3 of figs, lol English walnuts,* 
3 of dried nectarines, I of dried i 
pears, 3 of dried figs, and A of rn 
fruit* nre especially worthy or 

larinei lose voV»"lVio weight, 

Ingly fine. Mr. Nickerion alsi 

sweet potatoes produced on Ills 
larni. ills whole exhibit is a 
gratifying specimen or the cap a ci' 

Dr. Tccgarden.V Mu'rysvill.;, - 






EBiImatlne ihoWnpaclty of D: 



irrangemcoi. A blicf wain pie will si 
capacity of the barn may bo adapted 



-Flemish ileautii 



rmcntsoftheExecaiivtC. 
Sorbamaud Hideout— wi 
latic, aod tbe commenci 
oolhly mnoaged. 



ailding is very ntimelire. The wal 
arc gaily decorated with the Stars oi 
lb numcrnus painiings, engravings, ot 
s of art, aod with the jjiuii-julm i 
of woman. The fountain leaps in ll 
d lilies and rojes, aod under a doa 



] by tbe .' 



e Bras 



Northern District. Tnero are nine utiles forly 

l.-'t linisf t.l-,11 unil (i>\ r",;tl wiuY, cruird..-J ■., ub 

Lbi- l>lu,mu|! ,1'l.I udtW,, Iruptii.'s of Pomona. 

ll.T. llut-;liinjun T ol llY.Vw tn L -l,mil :;„,„, 

■ Briggs k I1.l..L,11, b.jil, „f I-I.t^'-HI,-, ,.,;„,;■. 

tobies cech, na either side of. Ihe main prome- 



(Jueen of N'ice, a ruby colored oval grape, e 
.as tbe wild, river plum in' Ohio; several th 
■a of ihe Cbosselas— l.irge aod luiciouj, an 
iog in heavy clujteri ; Ziofidal, Worlley Ha 
Hug, Whin Nice, Peruvian Bui*, -hue an 



1 31 use 



Pri 



... Il.ii. 



iredToUv, uhiie L'.ueil, P„i,-,ii, 
•II a. AUbtiugU ihis baa not beta a very 
e grapc-iea.ua, ihis elhibit of Mr. Hut- 
a v,rv liui' uut, and reninrtable for lb 



i TurLej' 



Cbaodon, nf Sutler ci 

Libeled, and aOmv big IJlai 
Mrs, D. Harlman, anotl 



Flanking the" fru' 
■and some plants oi 



alio all its details 
of stock wera m 



my iv...]i tilled „p. uiher departmeo 

Abuut three o'clock the hones and ho 
I were ordered out and paraded ar 
uh. They made a line display. Tbc. 



e.iun h>- Ihe 
'a.ilion in th 
j look pli^ce, 






i- good arable land, i 



10 cobio reel Tor each tun <pcr- 
n nearer) it would r.quiro a bay 
ng aod 10 feel wide, for a tun 
b foot of depth. If 20 feel high 
ibont 40 tons. If Ihe barn were 
13 feet posts, and eight feet of 



llspac 



•no should hav 






r,.[inr. 



'fir»liqi]> 



/ ^*^ [For ihe California Farm 
^T Strown. 



man 


without a 




is tike 






ass. Let 




an dote 


mine w 


lha 


ccordlng to 


bis ow 


a judgm 


enl, and 


nin 


a gallant n 


u-,,.1,,... 


wiuTm 


convlclio 


trior ia mental 


ealiher, 


lose ev 






nl, hcoauB 


they h 


d oever 


formed 


dco 


oviciion on 


the quo 


lion in 


dobnie. 



other 



sabituo 



eir minds to remain in ft laty torpor — subject 
e opinions that other brnloB bare, wrought 
lb n forge of thought, and beaten with the 
tier and anvil or truth and reason intosbnpe- 
li.ms. They resemble an Idle ship, listlessly 
ng hither and thither, rudderless, on n sea of 
n thought, itseir ss fickle ns the winds of 
in. Does the wind blow from the north? 



k Ihpy 



is tbo ' 



:bnnging ei 

■irdv.; of ft 



o, men whom I knew were gifted with 

1 myself a repast on which toy hungry 

ight feed with zest. Alas I wben I attack 

Ihem for their "opinions," I speedily find that 

Ihcy either have forcoed none, or else ask bluntly, 

Yankee fashion, "What's your opinion ?" Silly 

wards, afraid to let down the drawbridge and 

ow me to look inside the grand old walls, that 

the keeper of tbnt ensile would only marshal 



1 ihoe 



I 



e boldne 



.,.1,],,,. 



nf oplni, 



shee 



of n baro, therefore, JO I 
dear, will stable 30 cuttle, and 1 
ow of stalls acroy one end will a 
--^creseach. 
i nj.ej of r- 



for eight 

d meadow, and the t 
fodder already spoken of, with ft j 
mid probably keep a 

less sko than .10 by 



of grnl 



r of iinin; 



Itivation. — [Begistor of Rural Alfa 
■r Jerked Beef and Meat BUci 



of ir 



ing IhU 



ir this productin 

," other obiptnei 

ibed, "The beer 

fed ox-be"ef, from which tho bo 

fore drying, thus reducing thi 

jalf, i.e., every pound of 



o to follow. It 1st 



prigbt mingling of io 
reienceofmanyladie 
imer; nil lit up by 
n 1,110 square feet i 



[We hope to give furibtr particulnrs of this 

•" "•'•' fa r . 







wasted, bad the] 



J. P.. Mkkcrson, of Auburn, Placer coonty, i 



coder tbo pressors or Ufa's ea, 

leed you can blirdly lake np 

iibout roperuslng. Juil glao 

ofore you, and ace how many vi 

oataiustbat would bo of servi 

hundred times lo life. A choice thoog 

■re precious than « bit of glliicrlog go; 

■ precious gem., and sec at t 



•"""" W '-T^ 

Caore ia Pura, Kustv.— One bnudred and 



Iblscnunly. This „ Bn e.lraordlaary yield 
previous years' prodnoiloo. The wheal of 
sedion Is eagerly soagbt after by mill meo, ai 
Ing superior to any raised elsewhere la ibis 8 



otoe. 



ieot with t, 



in i 



beef B< 

litll:|il>. 



and poor." It i 
uucb used 1 



Scotland; not being 
prepared lo suit the lung i.-:.i.iijli.ilji-d males of ihe 
people ol ihnt couotry for "spiced beef," which is 
prepared by rubbiog the moils' wllh dry salt, 
ground pepper, and cloves, regularly for fiio nr 
six days before It is bung op to dry. Tbn mlx- 






or an 



h.,ir ,i 



. salt, ir American dri. 



I pound oft 



ed thailh. 
r prepnrn- 



II they b, 






loo, selling ft oat in bold colors, buckling oo my 
shield and preparing eagerly for tho conflict, I 
find my supposed and hoped for opponent, or 
rather foe, wheel about suddenly nnd declare Sal- 
ly, "Those are my opinions, Mr. Jones, exactly I" 
0, what a result, when you bnvo worked yourself 
up to tho fovcr-bead of expectancy, loaded yoar 

guarded yoursclrcarcfully from the expected as- 
sault— just the Ibings that would invite a bold 



Of ci 






, if you aro 
rding joun 






I false 



extractor the best beef, bakid with flour, lai 
biscuit. A few ouoees o( It will afford nourisl 
meat In n soldier for a whole day. The late Got 
Sumner, ivbilo colonel of dragroons, In Tent 
used it; Tour oueccl made inlo soup, being su 
ficlcnt for his dally food In field operations. A 
Ihis rate, two pounds carried in the haversack D r 
a soldier would sustain him for eight days. What 
a great advantage It won Id therefore b», to supply 

marches, In place of salt junk and hard lack 

In tbo lectures delivered io London Ev scientific 
personages, on articles in tbo great oxhVhklon of 
1851, Dr. J. Llndley, F. K. S., Pressor ofBotanv 



I. And Dr. Playfai, 



Ldcn Mines, bono made a cootracl wlib Mr 
muol Butterworih, now lo Ibis city, represent 
I ibo Interest of ihe Pacific Quicksilver Miuini 
mpauy, selliog to (he laller ihe New Almader 
lies, etc., for ibo sum of Sl,JOu,000. 



opinion forever. Then 

maintaining, then it is not worth having, nnd ho 
had bolter adapt bis neighbor's. 

_ C. Fbihcii Riciiahds. 

WnHfocs e*t Ahh«8.— Mr. Mcehi, onip Tree 
Hail, England, has discovered that pigs, when shut 
op to fallen, are very fond of cinders, nnd improve 
in condiiion by eniingn cerlaia poriioo or them 



eryfondof eggshells, llruo, e 
'ell known Ihul Ihesu subsfanc 
irder In form the shells ot c 



slaiinited and made eolublo by the fire. 
When hogs aro at large, they lake io clay and 



plenty of Ihe 
Diptb OF 



ho case. If there be simply n thin strnlum or 
riff olay beneath tho sandy .oil, ll should not al- 
lots lorn passing away too rnpldly nsdrniuago. 



■asy access ofiboroojleu of Ibo p1anls."° 

obu in a Cjw — Uur aoighbor, S, ; Jackson, 

ir of East Wlnthrop, soya tbo Muiuo Farm- 

mod us lbs ulber day that be found in 

tbo intestines of a cow thai bo hod slaughtered, a 

GTieon feet In length. This spoeies or 

unfriqueatly troubles man, .be dog, 



4*4 



P* 



THE 



O i'LIFOB^IA PAEM||^z 



Castrating Animals. 



mentioned, nilh referent 
bulls, o-hleb bald Good ii 
full grown males of lbe>h 



Tbe question Is 1 
by young Turners, 
evirated, in ordei 
This will depeod'ei 
ccs and coodi lions, 
customed 10 



ery oflpn ssttcd, nod espeelolly 



nnny re 



;o should 



ue, will onswer this question to si. 
their pecuniary interests, minor than in answer 
triib reference lo tba interest? or ibe proprielo 
of Ibe onirauls lo be castrated. And mony fan 



I iube\A instances 



two, or three years old. 
BpI llils ii not so, w 

in mme others il would be lery right, hi! tcty 

Lei os keep the leading idea in mind, which has 
been brnughl nut in a preceding paragraph, thai 
allowing o. bull or a. colt to go iinsdl, lends lo 
develop and enlarge hlifirt parts, whilo csstrol- 

eorrectncsi or Ibis Elalemeot. Sow for its prac- 

meiry of colls. 

I hare my mind on n etas of animals which 
are henry and narrow forwards, ood light behind, 
and which will alwajs breed like themselves; 
Ibeir colls will bebeory before nod light behind. 



wars breed colls much more III 
Ibeir dam, which colts will-, inn 

too light forward. Should anct 
when very young, they would b 
too Jigbt and narrow forward, I 






lthey 



ii Ibc dor 



It is I 



Id order lo detorroioc whan is Ihe rigtit lime, 
when is ihc wrong tine lo casirnlc o colt, la 
der to secure o.oy nf tbc objccl) whicTHJjara been 
alluded lo. V ; 

Colls should oerer be castrated when Ihe 
lo 41 low condition, or recovering from sick 
and ll b nol good policy lo c*slralo Ihem 



leaded by nunr 


men, a 


ri it 


hat the older D 






.Med, Ibe tlowc 


bo will 


lein 


;i!t. Tblt Is so 


wilt b 


111 n 




is and 




er on foot thou 


hey w 


uid b 




d; nnd 










an they would 1 


ate bee 


were 



k or. By delaying Hint operation for n year 
wo, the aisposiilon of tho boree will bo Tory 
rent, more tradable, than If castrated very 



Lei us keep Ihe leading idea distinctly 1 
iat castration Is nlteodeiJ wllh cffeininf 

tsirable com pens a lion for Ihc losses si 
i ibe rigor and stamina of Ibo nulinnl. 



figure, , 
Wools ii tho c 



Lambs grow fnsler, ihtir frni 
eloped, [hey make 



■ better de- 

by delaying castration 

,111 Ihey are from ihreo lo sis months old, than 

do it when they are qoito young. 

Lamhj ihni arc designed for ibe butcher should 

not ho castrated at nil, as ihey will not be us largo 

by mom than nno-ujurth in many instances, na 

ihey would have heerTv iill be by going on jail t. 

[f ihey are designed fnr welhers, they will make 

.tiler ond larger ones by tot ensealing Ihem un- 

il Ihey arc four months old. By allowing Ihem 

ogoongelt for so long n period of Ilmo, their 

tut Ibis is no very objectionable feature in a volu- 
ble wether, 
llosi farmers castrate their lambs all at one 

old. Bui whoever will take; observations on Ibis 

iben very young, are very liable lo be more pnoy 



spring, IbBD be will to perform iho opi 
when Tory young. 

Sir int.— Some men CAStrslo Ibeir tnal. 
wbeu Ihey are only a fen days old, while 



o delay 



e old. If 



pigs 



1 ibej a 
ong and healthy, and 
re lo be fed right olong for pork Ihe same 
, it will make but llltlo, perhaps no difler- 

oeks old. But when pigs are to he kept as 
>igs, eimply in a ibirfty condition for one 
yean lo come, Ibey will make morn hardy 
rger bogs not la castrate them until ihey 
ont two months old. If theynre castrated 
rery young, their flesh will mako a Hula 
pork than il would if thai npcratlon were 
d uay considerable lenglh gf lime. 

eqoenlly ask, "troy the Hetb 



ir Ibai 



flesh ol 



dwards Todd, ifiCouniry Geollemi 



prefer turn lo gelding!, as Ihey are ready to dai 
forth ua dangled, where ibe tnispiles D f ricaib a 
'iry'llde. Early easlr 



Swiss j.sD*' Flemish C 


owa.— TV 


liam Carr, of 


Staekhonse, Engla 


d, w 


•ling lo 


Ihe Farmer's 




of a 






'arms of Vincennes 


and ! 






eresling desoriplio 


of 1 


o Swiss c 


ws, eighty lo 


Df them as " thoso 


piem 


resque ir 


W'tt* 


which lake their na 


mo fr 


in tho Ca 


too Sebwyis, 


and Ibe music of w 


oio b 


lis greets 


so pleasantly 






ihe big 


Al]». These 




lull 


addercd 




rich milk and unite 
capital agricol total 


, and 


capable, 
good b 


it is said, of 
ef. They ore 
dfouroflheto 


daily lake their lu 


o lo 


the cart 


to convey out 






plies ; while two bulls 


mlnlled at each en 


dofl 


e cow-bo 


se, labor diily 


o ponderous coll 


rs al 


eramely, 


morning and 










from 13 to 25 Engli 


h qu 






when delivered at I 


olor 


, from 60 


lo COO fiaocs 










Km in value ft 


r Iho 


dairy, c 






Mem 


oh coirs, 




arc- thirteen or fo 




. Onlik 


tho Swiss, 






est fare, these 






1 Iberefor 




and Ihey bsvsliiilc 


or no j 




rbcef makino- 


The prices of tbes 


rang 


o very low— from £4 to 



enmeoling « lillte in the way of iotrodoelng on 
est tlmhcr sod nut-beariug trees and shrubs fvoi 
in E.», «tih fair success. We havo growin 
ad now looking well, ibe butternut cheslnu 
Ira, hickory nut, black waloal, honey'locost an 



Well 






;>. 



Walter Browm'S^Hon*" 1 ? Wool-Clrculi 
NawVosv. Aug! I, 
doll market lo Doi 

taoolb, caused by tbe e«- like glowing 
i (armors bate held Ibeir miracta, it El. 
nnd Ibe unwillingness o( potency, 
aclurrr' lo pay tucb prices, even In ibis Who, thai frequents 
I, while iberc exists so touch doubl as lo , on i lell tho wllchlng po 
goods w,ll brleg wbc; ide. la such ol so aiedcnd Profc 



II, It mnkes Irultl spa 
>n Iho nnvil. U win 
olhcr souls with god 






ought to life, rebut n speedy n 



Ulil II 



Is dol'ness cootiouo growers oi 
considerably less for tholr W< 

d bato obtained In too early part ; Tho porrol-llko rehearsal, Ihc stereotyped phrase, 
Hill, while everything Is so on- ,ho dreamy particulate drawling, vanish. The 
many ond various causes aro Oper- enthusiasm of Ibo instructor is. eontsgi 
ioierests of the trade, It is ' 

nny one In predict with any degree [ g| an <a wilb Acli 

loly Ibe slate nf Iho market in Ihc folure, \ bend in reverence before sago N'cstor, or satrr. 

,m. Oo " Llvy's vlclurcd poge" he Bghls ov 

in tho bnltles of Home, nnd bis spirits dance I 

I '"is j the clash of l.ince and shield, and ihc music ar 

: of foreign shcul of Iho onset. Under tho waod-like pow. 




possible, still tbey are I 
nominal, nnd prices favor buyers; bat abooid 
Gold advance, Wool will no doubl bo held firmer, 
have reported the fallowing- tales during 



i Mulct. 



:: Mu,li; 



new cage, Bod given iho old one a gaod 
gin boiling water, nnd Ihcn n thorough 
ing with snap. I ibitik Ihe chief points lo 



any e 



I prtj.ir 



irfoo 



■6@32o; II halccE:,;, I,,,!!,.; 7n Cord-.-t,.; r. f. ■ ' " ^~V^-'f of fresh n,r and light. 

,ales African; SO bales Adelaide; ,0,000 lbs 1 d 3l ' I r^ * (Mwaysfresb 

iioyrna. At Auction, ID! bales Cape, Zli\f;-3zl ' "°' t '"" '' l '"'" " i,,l! '» " r " 1 ■"'■■■'di.uce of uooeces- 
InBostoo, l,35o,DOU lbs Fleeces ond Polled, rA-*"* ' '-"; rlj ' lnt '- ; - '"'1^' Ihe b,rds are lame. Any 
@8Dc; 1,33(1 bales Cape v[,.|! 1 ,rr,o t nn nod "'" " *""" Kh 0t V " i3 to wisn lo uf « d 

tbcro, ougbiio be loo fond 

Philadelphia, 102, MO lbs Fleeces, I0©J5c- 
libs Foreign 37)c. 

s, 05(^lSci 
His Pulled, 7o(gff0c; GC.200 lbs Forelgo, 
250,000 lbs Cape, 36©39jc. 
Tho imports or H post month, ns pnblisbed, 

From Liverpool 340 bales ; Marseilles 2,005: 
Loodon, 235, Buenos Ayres, 710; Untamoras, 
Algon Bay, Ha; Capo 
Havre, 34 ; Aspinw.ill, 
1,182; Bombay, 
18; Oporto, 26; Curacao, IS ; rtio 
04; Uataasas. J bales. Total, 7,077 



I Leghorn, 



10. Wllb 
, and a small oull.y f 

oi-bowSBod other nec- 
cedi should bo ordered 

iceds should bo sonkej 

ill days before plnol- 

1 bo Tur mora valuable 
tho period <•( rlr.)p(Hin k r 



llirv HHJOaOg. 

When the sire and Ihe d.m 
much iplrlt, and aro "high e i r g, 
nne.traamoanlof nice enro Id 
order in manage thorn, if their c 
wbeo very young, Ihey possess , 
nglineis than 



and are oflon so foil of dancing and prancing' 
ihaiibry are rery ondeilrshle fo. n,,- ,,.,,, '," 
purpose, of agricnlLuTe - ani if thsir ,i„ ot ds „ 



thing comes near Ihem, 
If tbey giro everything 
ev.rjihing el,c— due o 



lc. Eirlyc 
s accostoioed 



Cnliforaia. L'onnsl.ed Frsjej, .a grades, ::()(,", .is 
CnliforolB Washed I'olledT 40fij>C5c. 
Californlo Coioioon Wotbed I'ulled, 2S@35c. 
Cnllfoioia Washed Fell Clip, lo grades, a0@13c 

T UK Oiuw A50 in. SrocK-We find tbn fol- 



ily lo pomologiits nt jenst, though wo 

nd tbe gran." 

"''" Broun on a ool^ortly tr«, in the yard ( 
«■'. D.J. Waller, nf .his place. This treo p„ 

the lingular phenomenon of Iwo buds '(on. 

lion cherry iron produciog Mart chcrrle. 
The natural fruit uf the „„ j, „„ ord)nB „ ._ , 
English eherrr— bla^V „., i i. , f 

ir.-L'ln-iii.i,| shaped. The 

Is now full „[ ,'„, [ I(ble „ md 'J, ^'i"^"' 

letllmanr. that ih-l,...i. i_ .' "'■ '' 



elsl.imlof Java— nceoM 



feet back 


from tbe 


streei 




terr 


br-ini; lil 
and ever 


ed with ire 
f Vnriely 


r'plun 


ally 


■'■:; 


H? 


olifol plciu 
eking-chn 


",".oo 


Rant 


Bud 




s for tho f 
nge. Al 


mlly, 


?rt 


; l in he 


tghl fro 


u ihe lamp 


. The 






eight an 


ten acres 


o ene 


I urn 




cd with 


na shade 


rces, with 


n tin In 




etc. Indo 








Ihe clly 


almost re 


ctnblei 


a f 


rest 


ore very 


high nnd s 


acinus 


wiihoui 




urlaiiu. Heals a 










sinthi 


Unit 






« of living 


nre qi 


in d 








SEED WAEEHOTJSI 

ffiSTABLDHED 1H 1S50.) 

S. ^V. MOOR^ 

IMPORTER 

WH0LB3ALB ASD HETAIL DBALBRn 

ALL, KINDS Of 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural I 

Ornamental Tree and Shrn„l 
SEEDS, 

lO. 40$ C'.lUFOflSI.l STREET,! 

Between eZ^Z^Lj „re„ H 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ib 

rrir fNi.>ni.:rc;:;rri ih« ]:*T.u:u-rn--tnm ° 

, er.rre-i-.nln.i-! at,.| l„i-l„ f .-. i„ E.„n,,. „. 0( . i ;,*pil 




BAS FOR SALE 
or Chile Clover; Hungnrinn Gra.-s; 
iicky Hlue-cTiss; Orchurd Gr,.^ ; 
d-(op Gross; Sainfoin GraM 

i Rye-grass, Timofhr Qross ; 

Closer; White Dutch Oloii 

irasou Clorcr, Lucirne, tc. kc. he. 



BEET, CAHHAGK, CAUIfUT, 1U1HSIT TFRSIP.l 

CL'i::iTll[([-;[i, .Mi:i, L iNS, I.GTlTi'i:. i.Mii.Sb, ' 

T01IATU, EARLY AND LATE PEAS 

BRANS, *c., ic, 4o. I 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SF.E& the 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCIJ SiXD. 

COTTON SEED. I 
Guano from Johnston's Island. 
FLOWER SERBS [300 Varieties}! 
BULBS = 



11cm Tsrloly, Imported direct from Fiun L fo 



Qdsntof hisabillnii 



# "' 



* Native Califurnia Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fuu Expoutatio.. 

THE tNDERSIaNRD,^FKOM 1HS BSTESSffl Kj 
faeilillH nod 

Lar^e Stock of Ev„ry Variety of Serf, I 

UEROBANTS W THE TRADE. FARHEBS,! 
AND LARGE RAXCn OWlt'BRS, ' I 
Who wish to bosupplleuin his line. 

In.T reniili] r,:rii[,iii:,„.| [h..r n„ lr „. c„^h.iisl I 

i»i k i 1 '" 1 r ■■■ M i , ' .. 

"".■"''"■ ,r " l "" 1, " r ''-' ""■ ""i-ii' u'i'-k '-■ •■■-■■' 

ho^b,^u°h A <." t °" uS'^aV^ f* ?'' E "r^S H 
The uodor,ii;no,l 1, All0 TOrruit| 

^ , ^'' r .' , 7,' 1 n, l 1 :!, , r , 1 ;',; >-■';". »i '"£ >,,.,! mj k«i«i| - ■ 

JJST Send for a Oalnloguo. 

S- "W. MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
^ 40B (old No. 110) California streot. 

THE "GOLDEN HARP, M | 

TWO HPLENDID MEW AND IUPKOVED aTOtt*! 

The BAY STATE''and"other 8t»m 

Wiih n largo luuciimoDl of 
M %,™*. *£8 TIN-WARB, Enameled f 
BAKE-tJVKNM, SAD-llt.iNS 
For sale bT i C " *°' * c ' 




\ , THE CALIFOBNIA FABM EB 

j . „ %| the- Sierra SJmJre of llniico will bo conrfeielv 

1 * ** • demonstrated to tbe satisfaction of ll-«»^1! 



35 



■OlOGT OP CALIFORNIA 






I XXIII.— V1_— MISCELLANEOUS ADDENDA. 

JSo Pima Nations of Arisona and Eonoro.— Note of 

30 August, 1B63. 



le Piinci Ijngoag 



iionn, Son 



1 Ihi 



f Sorluwesl Jieliei 






jught from Spain bj- Mf. Hoc 



rom nm fur north from Caliucania Sinnloa 
'imi tribes of Southern California, nod 
etured bj others, as far up aa Ihe SIdquI. 
lis of New llerico, nlao «esl from ihi 
naras of ihe Western Cordillerai or Chi- 
to the golf of Colorado, i. o. it Included 



orlyalllhel 



., Ymt 



Toe Ma Jos 
naloa, who ar 
elr language,' 



ited- At their first knowledge of Hie 
; ray 1535, the)- trcra all found lo be 
Mima, settled In small village-, a> n 
mas and Jlarieopahi of llu Gila, andlhiprn- 



(li. li liri.nu tofullj 

realities, and in- can frame conjectures of « bAI 

na, Sonora, Sinnloa, Blab, Hen- Muieo, Oregon, 
Woobinglon, British Columbia, sod Loner Gal 
fornin will have nn the affair! of California, at 
through her [lie world, for tbej will nil come at 

were, her own progenr, ibouiTauriuf; of her labor 
Certain it Is that iberc i> no en.! berean-aj I 
Ihe valuable deposits of gold, silver, quleksilre 
iron, copper, and all the otlier precious nnd u«i 
ful mewls and minerals. Ererr decade now wi 
leap on us new developments, new richet, grei 

"ulure frucliucailons of power, oiteuslon and n 
iobo, nnd likewise new duties growing out i 
Urnoge opportunities. Evidenllj now the wurl 
icgins to rtnliic California, to bn drawn closer t 
ler os the central magnet, for (ha is everything 

[lobe is circled by the messengers or fuel 
be oilod of man can communicate by pol 



SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY 

■ AGEICULTDEAL BOCIETTS- 

Fourth Annual Fair, 






of this 
<se! of si 



— Iho 



thing of the rensoa of oo 
parts. Wo came not of ■ 
tveprcsumptuoosly suppi 
it is all our men doing, 
shall settle di 



o tbcs. 



-cor.l, tho^t, 
mcb thing as a happy valley to 



i lb i 



indenig in bis :ii» bibhogtapbjr gives so t 
tonal, bi mar he seen obbrwiattd io ibe 14 
nnmberof the luumuuiogj, viue Fibhsb of Id 
of jolj- ullo. The researches (1650 lo 1SG2), of 
lbs IChrocJ B^uroaiin of Berlin, who is said It 
be the cufiodiau of William Humboldt's librar) 
of Indian [.bilolocic-, nave Ihrcvo aUoodoflighi 
eolions and affiliatioos of the I'imi 



ige and its 


dialect 


with those 




,andC 


lirornla.Nc 


north an 


west. 




f IWchma 


as ant 


his broth 




Apacb 


s, Utah), 


thellFOpD 


ebloln 




compere « 


til tbo 


e already n 



nud on It 

California, and of the adjacent 

of New Mexico and Ariiona, and oi 

I'cgor,. There is only a epaco ofaboul 

he silver discoveries of Ariiona 

iliy ISut. The Washoe and 

>s nnd oiplorers are meeting 

defer! wilds of the Colorado 

. -■Id.. Ye! greater development, nwail u.. 

mfesmps « IO being csiabllsbed by bardy, 

uprising, intelligent 



•"OM. Ut, B , 
u oogih c .. vi „ 
"e«Ud, The 


I!: 


I* UndUpli. 

«"?■ It, 00 , 


of s 
slngl 






of the old Alia California vr 



Hining Speculations, 1857-1661. 



i to pay Ibc rcc 
■plrlt a B d oner 
ce of four yea 



from Fraser river to Sonora, and only li 
fifty miles on tbc Colorado to connect 
ploring from Ihe north down, and ibe I 



gress. What a niDiueoiom will this accoraulut. 
to gather loword lha aombcrn paradises of Ibe re< 
nan. What a commerce It will Himulnlc, ani 
then, niterwardj, what sirange new policies wtl 
he Indsutcd. They wiil wljiumhlo on bowlden 
of julid silver, and masae^tMt</™ of gold, hugi 

ever suspected before. Tbc old world of met 
will tremble, and qae.be. at the .roudcrs of'Cali. 



INDUSTRIAL EX 

TO BE HELD IN THE 

CITY OF STOCKTON, 



XHIBIThON, 

IN TDE » 



Tuesday, September 33d, 1SG3, 

OverSixThousandDollars! 



BOARD 07 

E. S. HOLDBH President. 

J. SARLES ...Vice President. 

w. h. unices... " 

J. C. REI1) Secretary. 

BIRD Trcosnror. 

GEO. WKST ..Director. 

SA1IUEL FISHER " 

THE DOABD OF MANAGERS WILL AWARD 

SPECIAL AND LIBERAL PREMIUMS 

TO ANIMALS AND ARTICLES 

From other Districts and the State at large. 

Ifpl.ced "a Exhibition 11 



W, and also two of the seme of old Oregon, situ 
li or Pogei Soulfd, besides come. 200 tribal' 


least Ihe advance of more adventurous and culll- 


Salaries or Ihe same -districts, by which he 




low be able to Institute a rigid basil of anal- 


nienLs and nil il, ■ lci H - bidl i, , crets ol the 




Southern valleys be gradually brooght to light. 
Man will bn drawo together In a bond of Intelli- 




gence witlt his fellow mflf^ and iho "Golden 
Flame" warm all henrls, and InWue lo mare gen- 
erous sympathies. * 


'tw Mineral adorations, Jtme IBM to May 186L 






1 old world grows and swells apace, nod 


The Poai Series of the Indionolegy of ColiTornia. 


* crowd ibe dago of tbe Pacific drama la 


This cooelades Ibe series of the Indiunology ol 


IBfll days. Men get confused nod perplexed 


California, which h^w appeared in tbo fJiLimri-.n 


gaily Inruiion or contradictory ercnis im- 


FiniiEU from 18S0, tS^thp present, 1803. It i. 
proper lo make ray acknowledgments to Col. War- 


|by Ibe propul.ioo and repulsion of Ibe ec 


ttgyrations ami vibrmions-of Ibe California 




Ml. Tbe i'lotidence of God moves, indeed, 


ing such lenglby notes, covering so greain space 


6jrit«lous manner in the affairs ol nor Unit- 


of time, to the public. Asanch, ho has the com- 


izes .iucc th c firsl of tbe new year. Let us 


mendations of literary men in the Atlantic Btniej 


But and learn how Impotent we arc «ben 


and Europe, whose good opinion all collaborators 


Rnrselves— bow littlo capacity wo bavc to 




Sihe destiny he aligns us. 


lo receiving qasb subscriptions of a compeusnling 


■ we shall note whnl has dotted the com- 






Unfortunately, from my absence from the place 


pbia of IB5S. Tbe discovery of the pre- 


of publication, ihe numbers could not bo properly 


Un»inl a to May idfli ,i n ca that period bave 


divided and numbered up as is proper in the is- 


fensccuuvc, j.eriistent,aod advancing. From 


suance of such fragmentary material eeallercd 


intllel of VS, Ibe Cordillera of lha Norlb 




Sbsl been superficially traversed by Ibe Bil- 






ffigold hunters from the North lolhcSoulb 


Bt'DOtsa.— Lit It be remembered by those who 
wish la bud trees so as to obtain a growth this 




tteof these mineral! in wealth* quanlitlej 


season, that tbe nevjv roll moon Is Iho most proper 




and desirable lime for such manipulation. Into 


Bnnl n length ol twenty-oigbt degrees of 


peach stock yoo may bad peach, nlruond, ncclft- 


B*, or say about 2.000 miles, and that alto- 


noo, cherry, plum, ond apricol ; and into nnplo 


|by Anglo Saion energy. Great stores of 


slocks apple, pear, and crab-apple. In culling 



iw. When Inserted, wrap closely with loose 

wool yarn the whole length or ibe wound. Thc 

est varieties of roses may bo budded Into wild 

ieks, wlih ibe best hopej of success ai we have 

" ig effect Is produced by-,bnddlug several choice 
« same peri od—[[>. rmcr ,. 0, 00 | e , Jane lBtb!" 
Dn. Jons Srnura.m, In thc Edinburgh Now 
reed of bogs having solid feel, |. ., feel not dl- 



Hou. t. n. niAcnix 

Will deliver the Annual Addrcis. 
C^ Experienced Jud^fli, ictecLcd fmm Iho 5tBt 

THE GRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will uke place on FRIDAY NIGHT. 




Order of Exercises. 






Opening- Aadrcu ai 



■ urulny, Sept. 2411,, 

^■■i : G- ii-r..'''N , ii"„„;i"!;;":;;:;;:"";; ■■ 

!:■■[ sviiii- H.. r{ f ::'"..:;:;:; 

■ '- . " ■ • m T i!' ^ -Tl. i* i ■ ' ' r T "',Ni "'""■ '""" '"'""' 



>■ ■ i.l i.)-, Kept. BJIh. 



STATE 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Tenth Annual Fair, 

TO. COMMENCE IN THB** 

CITYOF SACRAMENTO, 

Friday, September 25, and end on Friday, 
October 2, 1863. 

©1AOOO 

APPE0FBIATSD FOR PREMIUMS. 
LIBEKAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

For all Worthy Articlea- not mentiooed in Iho 
Schedule. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE FOR 
1863. 

Prttidat. 
ISAAC DAVIS Yolo. 

Dirttlari. 

WM, H. PARKS.... Sutler 

D. R. CALL,UI.\N S^canmcnio 

V. I. [fRBvv*,.., .Sacrameoto. 

ItilBT HECK ....'...'.].',.,. '"*s'arr°" C "l"' 

R. J. WALSH Colusl 

C. U WAltHKN Sao Joaauln 

MIKR nitVTE _ Yolo 

O J. LKllNARD Sacrameoto. 



* B RVAN Snert.me.olc, 

'■ N. lltlAO Z a °.Z. Y ] . 

$100jOOD IN PREMIUMS 

0Q- L .red by tho STATE "for the SmetHiragtmtni 

.1 . ■/.-,■:■„ III,,.- ,.„.■/ J/., ,„,,„;,., , ?.,_■■ ArlH.-|...i [f, W 

Slali Fair, by the 

STATE BOARD OF JUDCES. 

Pessimst LELAND STANFORD. 

ISAAC DAVIS U . "' Yolo 

E. S. HOLDE.V .'.>. . cl ,. un ; 

..Maryevllle. 

n Francisco. 



REV. T. STARR KING. 






rlilny, Oe lobar 3d. 







PREMIUMS OFFERED. 



-klutbla Prcmlomj, 



GENERAL OKDER OP EXEBCISES. 



i!:l.'.' ^- . Ml.:'i.! ,'/,'.' l'"'- iJcd !•/ yellow u»[. 



■ " i ■ .1 I . v i.-.lii,,.. ' ■ "'■ u '°" ""enj^!....,,.!., ,,„> 

V ' i.-.-l. I ■ , 1 .,.:,.-l l,r,.„l ., ,, r «.J,,| , jy rr ., ,„ n piD , fl , a . 



ed.rortio'pilr. Dc < "" m uo ' 

■VI ..-c!..c!i r-r. .-[■ .,!_,-, [(-..- aC)l-I;ITVd' AKSUAL Xt\U. 
.'cl™l. am. TROTTliiG HACE, FrrefetallTrollert, lo 

ri. i.' ..i ... , !■ ;'. 'i '. , .!;..„,.:i' t ,, , L .. v;;,:.",ti.-. (r, 

ov«y rapcer, u thue precedlac. 

TO MINERS! 

cm,,!. ..„.[ .!,..„:,; ; .. .:,"", '■ ,.'..;.^: r,''., ,'.'! ','.'■,' „ , nl„i, , .;.°";j 
!■-, '"i'Vi.'^' I', ','""' 'Zl""\''u""'-'i ] ?" : - \' L " '■'■ i "" 1 '"- 1 



■AMADOR. COUiVX'jtr 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Second Annual Fair 

Cattle Show, 

WILL BE IIELD AT 



Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 
The 23d, 24lh, and 25lti of Seplember,1363. 

BOARD OF HAHAQEHB. 

A. F. PATTER President. 

A. II. ASIilllilVS ■■',,■ re t ..rv 

ISAAC TUIl'l' Tn.iL-.i're'r" 

K. A. OHASE .'.'.'„ Jiannger! 

With..,.,. r„, frmi.nt for each Toivusbio lo 
io Counlj, of ivhich there nro seven. 






OWE THOUSAND DOLLARS 

T , Wl(lbea B8 ,rdod In PBEMIUM3 fet it, Eoeunwfe 

AGRICirLTDRE, 

STOCK RAISING, 

MANUFACTT7RE9, 



LELAND "STANFORD, 






tinned In lb. Premium u,t J DuL '"" b "° •"">' 
EKUIBITIOflls OF STOCK, 

Trials of the Speed of Horrjea, 

!Ko F itr!' li, ;/ l ''' l ' ;i ' i, '' ; ' " ■"'"'■' ; -' r c^« ™»d 

'" ." '"" : '" '"■' '!i' .1....UI.U, a,,. i:,„ m( , 

u> t,re ia«,r tntinocjo to make this Fair wbat it ,aoulJ 



A PUBLIC ADDRESS 

"■''■■ "HI !>,■!,,. I, „| „l,,d, „.„|,-, , :.,|.|.-,,.|,. 

-h-J-J . 1 1. .c. t e [■r.., : t J .„inio 1 ui "Ui.ltf.jf l;. „,,;,,;■ ..i.j...^ 




uic, idi Ll.oin pnrti Suiior Cuuiit. ,. . p ...,i.. Ni ,-!,,., '. - i,,' gt J 

—f 



^RMBR. 




Slate Agiicultnril Society. 
TBI Doird of Director, or tho State Asricuitnrr 
Society Md « "goW «>°"< hl r ""'lie. <* Aeri 
ciIiuitI Hull, m o'clock Tucjdaj rrjor n io K , Bcp 
1, prcscnl,I J re,idtr,iD.,ri;, andlJirccloniOrioin 
Brjic, Leonard, and Bock. A proportion ! 



:«, announced ii 
c .off oo ibc 26 
t 3d ol October 



es Tor competition, will be It the Slock- 
to the rules of the San Joaquin Agri- 
ling dor. Tbo change mi made Tor 
f reeinc; stuck. In lien of ibe said race, 
iuted a trullinjj race fur three Tear olds, 



8 followed by * 



■, for ■ 

- a trolling mutch be- 
hls year's iraporlaiiun, 
ree.fornpurtfi of SI 00. 



TAY, BROOKS & BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

>b bind and for ulg 

SUGAR PANS, 



FARMER'S BOILERS. 
DAIRY STOVES, 



PORTABLE FORGES, 

AllSiissfor Camn-*orlr, Eio. 



PERFORATED RUSSIA IfiON, 
For Quant Semen.. 



£1 ..,;,] ,.>j 
dent. \V 



parlicularboTlbc coming Fair. 
UO MTU ART. 



raking. Ho steeps; the 



To tin. 






lany a bean Kill mooro bis loss. 
F JIr. Wsdsworib wna tbe oble and efficient agei 
of ibe Wheeler A- Wilson Sewing Machine, evt 
the departure, of Mr. Harden, and In tbi 
position of honor aod trust, ho won well deserve 
ersslly esteemed for his bUo 
ter to all. Prompt in all h 



bntine 



and of outpui 
and died deeply | 



Information Wanted. 




The people of Nevada. Territory 

oo to frame a new Conslitulioo Tor tbo State of 
fas hoe, and the delegates elected thereto arc »ll 
nion men. All bait Wasboe, tbo silver Slnte of 



Wrought-Iron 

MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 
RAIVGES, 



:tuI.A.NTTF.A.aTTTRER,S OF 

TIN, 

SHEET IRON, 
COPPER, 

BRASS, 
ZINC, 

JAPANED GOODS, 

All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 

TAY, BROOKS & BACKD 



THE HEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE, 



New Spring and Snmmer Style of 
*ILKHAT FOR. 1863. 



hid. dojrs e/ fcaaj ** J-S/ae 

jVew Kiug-iiig- Bool*. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE," 
10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

JtltMaart, and Leaden of Cholri, (onlurders luune- 

A. KOHLER, 



JACOB ZECH 
FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 

416 MA-RKET STREET, 



I iii-i:i !■■',■ liivi; :-.'uih.:j: to the PDdi.k 



■North Point Dock Warehouse. 

I STOB.AGX] 

D*<"i Ewltlti !■ ..Serad for ■twlng Whan, datlai 

Warn, oo] ..,!,„, |. Jme ..„j produce. 

, WJl'i COLEMAN A CO., 



G™r 



EVERY FAMILY 

BilOULD HAVE A 

Sewing Machine. 

id EVERY ONE Bujiu» nSBWING MACHINE 
-SHOULD BUY' THE BEST, 
A. it li the MOST ECONOMICAL, ud li 

ALWAY SATISFACTORY. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

With iunumeroru Improvements 

IS THE BEST 

Of all t&o lariom kinds of 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

Ever offered la tbe Market- 



It is TJnequalecl 

t its rimpllclty *nil sue of manasement, 

AND THE STITCH 

Alike on Beth .ides- all acknowladc* to he 

THE ONLY PERFECT 

Slitehfor ALL Family Se»In t . 

EVERY MACHINE, 

* to the higher! prieo, 

IS (JiMftisTErn 

rob ajlnr, call and eiamioo, or 

Send for a Circular 

OFFICE. 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

Sd.V FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWORTH, 



NEW GOODS 11 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

DAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A LARGE SUPPLY OP NEW .GOODS. 

Comprising ill SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, GK03 DE ZURICH, BUCK (MOB OR AW 
Rleh.MolteAutlqao; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain elites. 

In DRESS GOODS, 



Plain and FigM Ottoman and Merino. 

Rich all-wool Plaids, Fieneb de Lalno, 
Mohalra, Epingllno, Foulards, 

and ctorj rarloly of NEW DRE83 GOODS, now w. 
is Has York, including tbo ponular, 

ROBE IMPERATRICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



From the I 



AGENT, 



ZOItIV &: CO. 

GEKEBAL AQEHTS, AHD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 



AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS 

Triey Initio an Inspection of rhdr Simple., Prire-lisu, 






ZORN& CO., 

SAN FIUSUISCU. 



R.-VsSCOJE & iSOiVlS, 



DEALERS 3 



1*1 ANOFORTBS, 

SHEET MUSIC AiND BOOKS, 
Musical Iustruments, Strings, &c>, 



jrer,, A II. Gu. 

r, I'I,IIlI,1,.|., u - '(' lilll,,.,!, 

.jktop cowuniljon hind. 






HAYNES & LAWTON, 

«f) IHPOItTEI.8 OF « 

V CROCKERY, Jfol, 

QLASSWARE, 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 

vsxy lowest subsst bates. 

Tho How Haven Clock Company Manulachtre, 

SOLE AOEHTB FOB CAUFOHWA 
10 SASSOMB STREET, CORNER MKHCIIANT. 



WM, T. COLEWAN & CO., 

SHIPPIHG & COMMISSIOH MEECHAHTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

Hew York and San Eranoisco- 



In FURS, 



and Fur Collan, ttod CuD7t-^ew. 



DIRECT FROM TfiE MANUFACTURERS, 
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 
AND MARKED WITH OCR NAME, 

IRISH LiisrEisrs, 

SHIRTING LINEN. 
LINEN SHEETING, 



koli, QuilU, Underwear, 
MusMus oud Sheetings. 

od evore Drparttnenl of our Store hu been reploi 
ifhed with New Arrivals. 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
So. 1 Blunt gamer}', 

Near Market, 
Keit door to Miuonlc Templa, 



«g 

INTERNATIONAL HOTEM 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' Landings, Business Streets, 



Places of Am us Dtn eat. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, 

WARM AHD COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 

rated and Ne*l; Piiralih?<! this 



jr-l •Imtl :.lio d' rnirlt - ■■ nirinu:iii--'> "I the popular 
furor ilbu eDliIoii herctofura It nill be cooducttld 
on TEMPERANCE PRINCIPLES. 

F. E. WEYG-ANT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 And 420 JACKSON STREET, 



Tbi-- ii-.-i-:.- .f l«ii I [,il-l |--. :--!i [inn; ndviNtiutas 
t.iilio 1 rjteliTf..re!.i.v u iii.ii(-. It ij ..nly bull AJ.tit 

fr fie l'..-i r.i[T,.; S llil.I I'u.i.,,, II,,.; ... .,r„l ut-ftWlio 

simodillaoeefromru,. r -rin,.'i|,:Ll j.incc of amnieineat 
The City Railroad Cars Pass h Door . 
The House Is condneted on TEMPERANCE PRIN- 
CIPL ES, which j«.jr t5 to ..or Koch QCIET. 



F. B. WEYGAST, Propr. 

imniodalion of me mcvoj coejlsl have inker 

II .r.'i.n-.'-i.-,,.-, ',-in, '„. '..■,.<,' 

nytako the Cre.^.c! ... 



Harness. 



Saddles, 



MAIN &. WINCHESTER, 

3N6T A. TSTTJF Ji. O X TJ H E R. S 

* HARNESS, *"* 

IS itc3-clJ.es, 3Bi"icil©s, 

W HIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

. Noa. 214 and 216 Battery etreet, 
Siiir* FH.iiVCISCO, 



>h it untlonlood that ilthorjgb n 



FARMERS and olhcn nlll do -oil to call on 
leruro pDrchulor, a. tho rate of Eastern Eicba 
attilH u, in auerlur. coodi at REDUCED RATES. 



HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED EAMttY COFFEE, 

It ealor and .trenstb, hot Kill praT^bj' a lrl.1 to ha,e tho 
KATURAL COFFEE FLAVOR* AHD STRENGTH: 

Pioneer Steam Coffee and Spice Mills, 

SSO FRONT STREET, 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 







TO THE FARMING EVTEHEST! 
JONES & HEWLETT, 

Iiirp oi" t ers 

- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTUEAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 




Irain and Floac-Saeks, Baling-Rape, 
Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fuse, Pitch, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

htarline, B looks, Oars, 



£<lm r " " JOKES .tllEWLKTT. 



Attention _Hay-Balers 1 

BALING-ROPE. 

JUST ItECElVKO, EX RECENT ARBIVAI.8, 

BOO Colli Snporior Enitcrn Bale-Rope, 



Wanted, 

A MAN WITH 83,000 or 81,000 TO TAKS AN IN- 
torclino very I- .o(,fol I....1,.., [, , .,„„;„• 

ia|,nrl,ior. where a I'-jl.li,- It,.,,-.. , 1 1 -,■„ , „],.,,,,.. 

'"• I*i""i I" e..onr,-r|. in ni,L (:„n,i„ k - .,,,-r:.- 

■r,'. Ill- r||,.ir,. 1,. a j.-, I UM e. I',..- , .,:,[,-„|,i. , ,|] 

, tbo Editor of 1U0 Fahuib. 21, 



THE C 



IlIFOENIAFAEMBE 



~3- 



jiiomt Stisctltaj. 



A TODOHING 



[Toe following tad i 
u. lit PiH»a.lphi» 
•u sngjaiMd by .1 
bupiMts. A bruo 
a Stir Enr-liod Rt( 

Washington, ni u 



Leg Luc climniv rtripIraLilo fa-am hi. (,... h^'. I -r I. 
«P«lod ornr. ind, wllh * naflo »f j"? 1i,:Mii,_- up b 
p^tL.ccHi>^reaitpd«l/,.'I«ili.>rD tb«r -Tb«« 
■ v I tea nrltar, "Jr««iiiB 1« to"»rd.i bim wiib ill b 



Ta bor r»Hwj, dying ilo"lj 
Of war's biUlt-woiind* »nil ill 

Molber! oh, nntta.Tilytii.tlrd- 
B.lllod llll tbo day was dona; 

Wlilt tbo Icadio bail-storm rattl 



"Tbnfs rcry pr< . . 
■on elsojoii would Itaink— well, I must tr» ™»- 
.VbccTtiu Ml I ■« lnf»pr«'l bl r !n ° ckcd aJ>i 
.rfen-fl, ind as Mr. Tltmncrmn was lift! of! J™ I 

ress. After I reached borne I sen! papa to It 1 " 
, n irrioiu your injury mw. Ho rras «ry Mlf 

nxlety os any of us-as I did.' He brought hock 
irordahatynor heort was affected, and 'bo fcrcr 
D Tiolout Ihnt the physician had "ry little 
bope for ynn i 



ie failed—and I am dying— 
log ia my boyhood's JHil- 
— no HMplag-iolr-deaylDe, 



LOVE BY MISHAP. 

id of Mr. Fred Timoicrton 



ncrioui and iveak rrom bis illness, turn, 
besetcbinglr. Bis first idea bod been lb 
the young ladles bad been injured os we 

boitled upon bis mind until he- fell q 



rt foi 



Sir. Tinnnctlon stepped forward io rcliero tut 
embaroiimeal. Tbo younger lady of Ibo Park 
bod also entered [be d ran- lag- room. They etood 
together awaiting a presentation. 

"Jfr. Stafford," (Slid )[r. TluiinprlQn, "I am re- 
joiced lo mskn you acquainted with yont nurae, 
Hi sa Dais ley." 

I would iriib readers of a rigorous Itnsginotioc 
to pictoro lo iheoitclTe! Ur, Stafford',? feelings. St 

to say how many pern ha.ro been hroken by tbi 
prelum narrator in tbo allompL 

Trtmubnjly rising, and supported by his com. 
panion, he glanced timidly ot the tlntely bennly 
remembered all he had conceircd of her bard 
neEE ond coldotss, dashed away a kindling hope 
and tamed to the glofriog and (viopjibetic littli 
maiden by her side. 

"I can nerer thank you enoneh, Miss Daliluy,' 

"So, Uarry, not that Hiss Diialey," lnterrup.ee 
Tiromerlou— "the other one." 

"Ah, tbiiU too much," said Sir. SlaiTord; ond 
feeling quite enable to stand, he sat down t, 

"We were afraid at Erst it ira> too much," t 
Uiss Dalalej, sitting near him ; "but we presen 
found'lbt danger could bo alerted. Bui oh, i 
Stafford, boir yon have soared, ond for os— to; 
for mo I" 

"I did not mean that the hnn nos too mnc 
sold Stafford ; "thai was nothing. I beg you i 



Harry Stafford thought he hod never beat 
jo be ouiifal a roice in hia life. But el the lo 
mark he became suddenly confused, oodgte? 

'■Wbnt oils yon?" sold JlissDaisley; "hoy, 

"Oh no," said Hatty— "no, indeed." An 
secretly thought if he conld hare known tho 
lied till that late d, 



of a. 



orouuhly 



Ho wanted n. more- i 

than aoj he could will upon. 'Was It pre- 
tuous in me, Mr. Stafford, lo thlok I migM 
f had neror teen much Illness ; bat thin was 
■ where 1 could col bni feci that my seme ol 
gratitude ought lo teach mo many things that 1 
,nted in experience. Amnyratel feltila so- 
us duty lo moke the trlsl. Mamma was nston- 
, r d, as sho will toll you presently, hnl sho did 
I refuse. She only wenl aboul tho neit day 
d made inquiries ; and as sho lonnd frlondu of 
r own who knew good things of yon, she woa 
ileal ease. Thero il is, Mr. Stafford— o long 
.ry, W bo oore, but I felt il right thai you 
should know precisely bow it come obout." 

Mr. Stafford was much agitated, "lam very 
deeply mated," bo said, "by yoor generos 



your 






(HI v.. 



r tried me, and did not God me wan 
i proud enough of the praises be ga 



and Ibntif 
hoold hov, 



"Her 



;aid tbo younger 






Older daughter's dlgoily, and o ripe bea 
cb warranted the comliness or both or thi 

on was general for half on hour. Mrs. Daisley 
lilted that her daughter's suggestion ofasaum- 

llemau had amnsed her, but added that tbi 



I onderstoo 
■e going up 



nie in Tinini' 
"Uui Mias Li 



Ml!S Daisley will go wit 
wbereopon Mt. Stoilord 
n, nod thought IbEro wo 



i after t 






I 1," cootioned Timmi 
!lcr, "bars almost decided 
o go oo horseback, If Mrs. Daisley will permit, 
nd Miss Daisley will consent to be burdened with 

Stafford otierly reverfed hla hasty judgment, 
nd decided that no other man was gifted with 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVBBSTBIJHQ BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 



SlW,-HEiT T 'OCT ATE PIAXOS 

.for tl"l d"."HJ "r"! 1 , 'pi,*S 



THE HORACE WATERS MELODEONS 
ASD HARMONIUMS 



■~h''':-,i.- 



, : ":„, <V.,''"-l:'. .tLliXANKUlt ulllSANs 



H,,,(l<-|. IV.VII.h- 1:1. 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 



■"■"■■' 



BOWEN BEOTHEB, 

^^—^ WHOLESAIE AKB EETA1I IEALBE8 m 

Sj^A^ STAPLE AND SELECT F^NCY ' 

&BOCEBIES, 



^" Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 




OF : 



CTBI KIND. AT 3LOW JPBIOBS. 

, lbs relMllon or our .lock of flood,. Moo T oilIolM oro piq 
■""■'""" SPKMUT1S3. for o.r 

6nC ° L % A S X^S"«"»r„,.,.., ..,., ro, ,.„,„ „„ 

SUOARS, P.r. R.n.,J, C.-b.., P.rf.r.J, .ri •"J f»» '"'« 
PRESERVES, Jollies, Joms, Driod FmH of oil kmda. 

ryuao. SIRUPS of ibo oerjehc 
eolobroted Dairios ; olao, choiccal E 



SPICES looorooral 
BUTTER & CHEESE I 

BONELESS^RdTnS, ."-! ...or,. SPAS1SE OLIVES, of ao„ ,„„,.,,, 

IlLllKIMKll l''«;.^l'V i-lli:i:.^[:, ^.parlor 10 ooy Cbaaao id Iba oouotry. 

■ary other nrli do needed in iba Co I inarr deportment of the Hniiwhiilil.oml the tuoal Flmil, 

^t'trfzr.'! I i i ,ki l u^bo i ioM S mM?VHV™^ii^ 

,1,; ;.■,:.. „„.| ,,..,. 'i..l, ..ml ILwlHentloanTparlof thecily [,r.)iii|.lly, ™nb:.al e-ut of cwrlm, 
foia tbo Cunlrr that facnr ua with OkUr, nlll hovo their e nod. sent to tho whi 



Therewith 01 






BRANCH STOttE— 1 



with tbo 






BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
San Francisco, 






I- ■!;,. r. .„,.., s ; '. p. 



eaplc 



price lUilcJat UiDielall pric 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, KO. I, 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLIIS»»T W 
Meg GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY. 

FIEE A.-ISTD LIFE. 






- I,', In," 



. .tjlo. 



brilliant a rhetoric as Tim 
" said Mrs. Boislej, with n 



sister anil tru g. 



nei refulgent The lime had 



been tri sled. Sbc ai 
art. Her bonnet could : 
emotion. Il seemed lo float [ikE 
the wines of her rich hair. Tbe 
of IB82 deservo a lyric. The)- 
Lnokin[* nt them, you cannot be 
io tho land. )!lsa Dolslej-'j won 
of the foir. To descrlbo it ndeni 



atopi at no biilf-uraj poll 



u f logenoitj ood 



Ho conceived 



opportunity for being so retiecat. ))[, cODfiisii 
earae from remenihericf; that bis friend hod lo 
him the hutdcq of 'bis long dcltrinm naj nnthii 
eli, bul illai lliiisley. - 

"Did 1 say ninny foolish things nhilo I * 
-'-■r.JIissDalsloy?" heosked. 

islho young lady's tnro to b 



And ni« 



|| 



noi remember. No, I tbiaknol." 

"Wbolercr I m>y haro said," orged Mr. Staf- 
ford, "1 wish you noold believe— and il Is the 
troth— that trllhln n Tow minutes I bore learned 
thnt 1 made the wildest mi.iak* of my life 

Bcituowyon. 

"Ob.llr.StuiTotdl" 

'■Indeed I illd. I thought of yon— " 



fell conrinccd Ibat she at lean partly 



"So ; like the blei.inga nf tho fairies, yno do 
not Deed to be accounted for. No, I accel 
fad thaokfolly, and ihn a enough." 



mm and 1 will overtake yon." 
Sir, SlulTnrd looked his gratitude, no kne 
ibi If theto was one thing on earth thot Tirotno 
in would nol do, that thing was lo ovcrtal 

Thou, gently nlded by the fair ynung girl 
hoin he now felt be owed a devotion that I 
ould pBy with all the integrity of bis heart, I 
iplnced himself in the carriage. As he was ta 
lira. Dalsloy oi>ho door, llr. Timmi 



resontly, Harry.' 
Wnis it is D 



JiitE— Tbo following beautiful 

n from "Ueisier Karl's Ski 

The Night olHenvco." Ills 



sees the reiull of long years swept c 
by the knavish heartless' ndrorsary. 
when ha sees tho oloudi of sorrow got 
and kuowa thai tbo hopes and bapplui 
log With hli own. Hut in thnt hour t 
of pool integrity will bo a true com, 

in heaven. It ie dark wbea the dmir . 
tweet child, once so fondly Inved, is no 
aroandio murmurs. Dark, when the 
terlng Tent oo more resound without tbi 
orMMndjSlep by step, i U0 etaira. 



of light 
ire heard 



Idiib voice oow hushed In deatb. 
■nly the gloom which heralds the 
mortality and the Infinite light ol 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL. NO". 2. 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 



THE HARP OF FREEDOM 

•ri^-.'iia :..» |-,_-.-. . i ...1:1'*, rlj. I a, .M,:| i-li in,..i |,, r Fr.-' 1..I1]. 
n,. I..- II- .::,.■!:.■ j'! ■■ :<-•.- -v..;i.!. imhi,.-, -■ K-.l r F'n-nl.-H,'*: 

tJoiiii, 1:1 l'i- r ItfJl V'' 1 -" I niot each. 



ItOTH : A SACRED CANTATA 

.-■U=|',' I 1 ..'. ... j.-i W..i.lil.y !i-a. ^!ln-y riy.v, in-j'lf ( 
7 J. Trio — |..ii-t a:.i,,-,., Ul L -..ulr, il^ [..-r Jl'lj L:j'ji 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 
THE ATHENjEUM COLLECTION 



OFFICE— Sfojr 111 west Corner Montgomery and Sacramento .streets. 




VOCAL MUSIC, 
With Piano Accompaniment. 

■tie aim rimer, tt nf new Bni. pfinelar hdm. bahufa. 

.I1-..1. !.-,..,.■, .-!,..,„ -.,, -.,.,, !vly. Am,,,,.;',,,, „ r ^ 




Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE: IDEP^XtTTIVIElVT.. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF NEW TTORE: 
Purdy muttial. The nnfjf Sfoct Cimpany in America tchon Charter proeidu that nil tbo profits Mill 
te Jimilcd pro rnln omonj Ihc pclicy holdtri, 
Policici Innod ot this Anenav without tho u»ual delay of sonrllni; opuplienlions to Now York. 
Rojldeaca lo California, Oregon, and fforoda Territory, ond Iranilt lo and from (ho Statos lo Colifornll 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF U-A-RMFOmZ", COISTKT : 
Residence in California Tree of extra charge. 
This Company declares 50 per cent Dlridonds aanuallt, sod tho Aisurod can If ho desIroJ giro Dole fa 
one-half the annual premium. 

BookJnnd I'nmi'hltiHontaioinjrull Jotiils of thosr^om nf Life fnsnraaco, can bo had at tho Ajonoy, 

The Cheapest and Best Life Insnrance Company in the World! 

FIRE nEIP^R-TMEjXT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HA.RTFORE), OOISTW: 

ASSETS, $1,000,000! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLIOT HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, 81,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for a*?;3 -4.-0,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co, Security Tire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 
Pnenix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Piro Insurance Co. 



Board of References : 

FliRD'K BILLINGS, Es4i. J. P. FLINT Eun 

HENRY OARLTUS JR.. or Flim Venbody Jfc Co. 

Of W. T. Colcmnn & Co. LOUIS McLAXR. K,, " 
ANDREW li. FORBES. Esq. or W .-|1,, bUb & Oo. 

or ForbiK, & Buhcock. 0. I). P0LI1EM1S, |'„.' 
JOHN IL RUDINGTON Esq., of Aiaop ',t Co. 

t n W ,T^ f P e p nS JONATHAN HUNT, E=q., 

J. D, KIT1 LE. Esn., c„_ n ' , ; „V 

of Dcwiit, Kiltlo i; Co. "nncisco. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

>18,B A-OErsfTS. 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY Bt CO. 

PIANOFORTES- 

The jnbiorioar, late ,a inomhrr of this irsll-knonaFlrnj 

Wholesale and Retail Depot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

Whcra b nlll b bapin la r««l T0 ot dar^ and oneebl- 

Iv r,, (, UJ , ft.,,,! LI, i.i,:,,,!,, „„,! L |, t | .. 1 , [lM ., , i ,l^) M . 

"' ■',■.'■;■ E""r" , d7t 1 Mf u ii'i' b ' b '" n " ,b - "°^ Ia *' 

SIBERIA OTT, 

7M Broadway, » ow Vurk City. 

ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

■1 Plnno-Stonl l n „„. l lea eal . 

irrantou. Sola A^ncj-oiia Do|-il Thg i, a i 

Bootman'a Pianoforte Toning Boalea, 

'* B "»lin.r. K=" York Clt r . 



Twenty-five Cents! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 64B CLAY STREET...SAN FRAn'ClSCO. 
Foe as oents. 

ALL STYLSa IP FAHOI OABBa OB LAROE SHB3 
proper t Ion ntoly | uw , «nd Hnrrnnmd tho bait- 

PbotograpliN for 8S per Dozen' 



Betvnrc or Imiioators 1 1 

fliti miMlcaio notified Ibat thl, Is tbo onll (lulls* 



S- W. SHAW, , 
aporti-ait r*ainter. 

Hombcr 15, 3d llonr. Mcrcaniilo Library build" 



T 



THE CALIFOBNIA PA.RMER. 



39 



GBOCERIES, 

WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, 

For Cash Only. 




WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

ISAORESPER DAT. 



[a (bo b< 
achioo i- lironlo and ool likely ,o e ol out of ordi 
[EDSOIVER AND CULTIVATOR oboro Mini 



D. & H. A. WINTER, 

6SO TMA-HKiET STREET. 



R. B. FOKDIIAM, 

Cltdi'i «r Fr...Qt jl.J.1 .„■;;•■ ,,,,-lrcor-. 

F>.tur, Oil-. Ten. !?HI. W, ,,...-, b'l.-vi i.n 
>V,r,.lcn V.'.iro, I'.. S,ul- :,>, cic. IS 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
Fox- JSale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 




THIS FT 

l'L.\:, !»! 



i DEES ALTERED AND ISf- 
ifter bo conduced on Iho EURO- 
ton «III bo furni.hod meals at ill 
nrlmonl, comer of Market slrool 






GOLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Seventh and K ulreets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



%\tcm% ^ntrjlierj). 



THE BATTLE-OHr Or FHBEDOM. 

Tei, tto-II rally round the Gig, be;., we'll rail; ounce 
"gain, 
Shouliog Iho bitllc-cry of freedom. 

Hurrah, boy., hurrah [ 
Down irTth Iho Trailer, 
Up wllh the Star! 
While tro rnlly round the fl.g, boy., rally oaco Brain, 

Shouting the untllo-cry of freedom ! 
Wo ere .printing to the cell of our brother! gone bo. 



Shouting Iho Bsltlo-cry of freedom 



10 the cell, (torn the East anil from 
ittlo-cry of freedom! 



houtlag iho battle-cry ef free Ian 





■infi.lonltli.lL VisltOrtI.il] al 



■ibe irmij uf Board.™; Khilolbo TABLE-i "ill l.r 

C,r.,.,..„., I. a,..| i-,..u, iho n»lel 10 thc'lUllroad 

aln>» or the Hotel. Qo.fli onen ell night. 

W- CiiSDectcdnimthe H (ol ll e Fireproof STABLE 

ill for the oato of Hones and Carriage, of (he 



io Hon 



lincni legal Judge, 
nnatu re, observes: 

mda general neg- 
prnhnbiliiy dud n 
negligence of nd- 



No. 128 SaiiHomo utretit, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN' HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agents for the Pacific Coast, 
SEALERS IN ILL KINDS OP 

S T O "V E 3V 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOl'SE-FDRSISHIXG GOODS, &0. 
SOLE AGENTS FOH 

HALLEE'S p 

Fa/ten -£ -A-ix-tlsIit S 

PRUIT-JARS, 

The only absolutely reliable Jar io me. 
looklti Dobi. Block. So. 12sSan»mo .tro. 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Leto Woodford's Hotel— 
PACHECO. 
THE UHDERSIB.VED.HAYIHO TAKEN 



V E A. D W El L L & CO'S 
LIST OF MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARVEST OF 1863. 



»o.i,.c.„.'?„' A ! "' X R V M< '"'nils' AXI ,' REAPERS:" 



■. ■ m J-««" »"««•■ EAPE S|U; fF ssEti 






HARVESTERS- 

OffBH'3, L/*" ' 



IJJJJltLL'e „..,„,, 
jHF.unv.-i i 
*UlHAV* < .] 



THRASH Kits; 
. Tnra.bon. i'lr'r' v'». 



* 30. 33, and 3fl.|uoh Thruhen. 
io Thru'her 



*W.fo< r , i . aSo '.- rtD11 '""'''--''''.«''l->oe.».^leo l 6-,e l ,aeJr, t u,l J i„.p „ n „. St „ m . Eoii| , e , 

HAY-PRESSES : 

(JOVE'S, and isiiBUJOLL'S JUr-Pman. 
» BXTRA CASTINGS for the above Machine,. Bel tie g -Robber and Le«ber-all ,!,.,. 

TREADWELL & CO.. 

^»- The at,,, eao tl! L . i„,„ Jt ; 1 .,. l , ,.,;., ';,',,;;,; 7 . , ","^: r '; 1 .',.:; ' ''■■'■^ >i«ou,san frascisco. 




MAMIF.U'TliriES BEST OF FAMILY SOAPS 
Maar nnrBm . ofB | 1 , 1 „ , 10[l p, cMe ^^ . 

PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Fi'in: ,ir it ti TiiniiiN-iirjuKj „,„,„ Cnlnl p, Mt Rllii 



nertci nlth thU Hotel. Hor.Cj and carTlace^ 
icdat r.a..onohlo ratea. 

A Daily Line of Stages 

!l Pachcco »ith Marline,, San Pablo, Oakland, 
loco, Joeo 20, 1E63. 

J. D. SHIRTS &. CO. 



Important to the traveling Public ! 

americatT hotel, 

BE3MIOIA, OAI... 

Thomas Bromley,' Proprietor. 

flSfc 1in'| K ''I"' 7 '" ""{' ' 1!i " ,:i: - T "OTEL IN BE. 



speak fOiighlynnd think coars 


b-i but put the 


same man into full dregs, and b 


will feel himself 


qoite another poraon. To use I 


elanguogflofthe 


blackguard, would then be out 




n-ill talk smoothly, afreet polite 


ess, If bo hare it 


not, pique hinnelf up OD good ma 


norland respect 




uhalde, uniilre- 




io heelless slip. 














HS_ " Pntriotlara, my boyi, 1 


soya Orpheus 'C. 


Kerr, "is a very beautiful thing. 


The surgeon of 


a Western regitnsnt has analyze! 


a very nice c.tso 


of it, nndsayait 19 peculiar to 


his liernippherc. 


fe sayj that it Erst breaks out ir 




rom theoce eitenda to the ht 




beart to awcll. Ho says that i 






itauddenh- Jis- 


ppenrs, leotmg ike patient tb 


y Conslitutional 


ud couaervaiire." "Hless mol" 




ntenily regarding « spoon with 














boy." 


Ost Sunday, lately, litilo [ko, 


hreo yeara nnd 


hnlfold, went to church for lb 


first time. His 


oolhergavebiruapennylo put 


in thecoatribu- 



AMERICAN HOTEL'. 



TOMat.ES. 
''• ■I'UHf.-iLirii.ri i f k f i -; u:\ 



SAWYER 8s CLARKE, 

IMP0HTEH3 AND DEALERS IH ' 

Pure New York, flo B ton, a Q a Saw Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

I P«rior quality. For «loV,ne''pip.! ' "' 
Barrel, nr Cue, at price, un- 
preeedonledl, low. 

Corner of e rOR t at. ana Droadway, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



American Watch Factory j 

_ watch hepaibino ( 

ffSAT MEW YORK PRlCESljlS 




ii lb 


Kir.|jsliui 


"" 


OllTO 




1 •-■ Iti-. !-. 


idoa 










i noondlBg of their 


hoo 




rap' 


d ivm mude by ibo 




^W- 


























deslroyed Wllklnior, 


on 




iiU, 
d |ir 


^rv^«MO f «JS B< " 








the HI: A rlciortpr 


-:,,„ 


reglmcnl 


W rh° 


come Into Brnebcar 




1 in ['.,1. 






if Higruder'i 1 




Dills, who ceuobt the 
















bcl force In IhUSmto 


r"? 


o tbaa 1 

., Ilr.l-lmi- 




idcb, acotlerod from 








9eh»d<|unri«raarcii 




ml. Tbe r 


s 


i toaLloy, and dce'lnr 
r, aa Ibe Caiifeik-ralo 



, nnd Ibe nell 
Di, bullbeyliBL 
nnroitsttd, Th< 
eutls. Melius*! 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 



A NEW CANC PLOW. 



EVERY KISD OF CASTINGS, 

-lucn. J n„2L 16*1 * T * I,D >«" * DAWOS 



300 toos 3AM QDENTIS ROCK; 
400 do CARMEN ISLAND; 

do SANDWICH ISLAND nnd CALIFOrt- 
KIA SALT. 

Ibe above tre Bill sill at Ibe Lonmt Market PrJco 

OEFICE-318 and 330 Front atreat. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Communion Mcrcbanttj. 




San Francisco Cordage 

Company. 
O^S.^,™. * **"■ «f» <* M - Bee Keeper's Directory 

mpll... of Cotdase m&lvZ^Z™™™ ,»p«MMO BY THE 

■ nnnER smf >""■•■ > ii.. '.,':::. ...":: '. : '.- ■''•■'= '■■-'■ 



MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 



floda of I IE 



. vi>l,u J.U UllLirjH I mfgfj .p[„|,, "Iprjlci ul mMi JMri m ra 

mnm *. co.. nr... '.;..■•". :. ; ' ' „. ;_;'!, .■ -■ 

61la Q d6UFn.nt ilt«t. I the FAlumi OFFlS? J * Ulhot 11,Kn ™l*'"J<i 



LI1I1VSOPUI.H .mil .IKVKLOrK, | gro 

inntr CIIUY.-ilfui.li. ni:-.]-..-i.- , i. 'I •■-'!. ivlll :' " n * 



.tofolfaa C-.n. .OJ Mil rAake Hire- tripj «i «"* "« 

III. 1.' F K.I -■■■.,„.: -,.,:,., n : , ■:,!,, ,,:, T u .,1 .., Ii.ufl .. ::■ 
> ■ '"■■■--hi J"! Icel .-..■fj il.J. F ,|,[J 

"iIt'ij" '""'" J. WBiTNEV. JR., PmMal conf 



W, E, MILLER'S EXPRESS; J 1 ' 

To Silver Mountain an', or i 

Virginia Cily, ( Jndj 

i-oaaine uiraogb— | nB 

Tbo »Wo Elpreji will pcitlWolr Iwrg SIBBPBtf thc-i 

nni.JTi.tal Silver Msiualoin TqowIojj, Tbund.J',"' 
31 ' W. K MILLER, Propria 



HOLLOWAT'S PILLS AND OINTMESf 

l"St 
CAN ALWAYS BK ULTAINi:!' OF orri 

CRANE & BRIGHAK i£ 

WHOLESALE DRUGCISTS, r or : 

Corner of Front and Clay 'tie*^ J™ 
SAtf FRANCISCO, CAC. 




TO^^^c^fer Gj]®i##L^iglil]®^ 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3.8. 1863. 



% California farnm. 



IbKflbni, dcllraol 6J ca 






KBddrar.J to rUOLIEHEB 



apoi 



lbs I 






TIio NoTtK-rn District Fair. 
The following !> from the official Hal or prem 
ms Bwarded at tbe Slock Ground for the HoTll 
rn District Fourth Annual Pair: 



Stallions * yenr. 
mium, D. B. Suit! 
second p rem Ian), 1 



upwards— First pro- 
bert Dale Owen, S2G] 
cboy.forBon Frank- 



.-.Mi. Cat L.idy 
. Clrgborn, foi 
ilnm, L. Wbitn 



for Amanda, S20. 
ild,— First premium, Nelson & 
Cat George Adorns, S20 : second prec 
Patents, SIS. 



Brew. 



d lumb,D. V. Hi" 
d diploma and$l! 



OFFICIAL LIST OF PREMIUMS UN ARTICLES 

AT PAVILION. 
Best oibibitSon of agricultural in P p 

Imported or otherwise, by ony c 

George N'ortb £ (Jo., Marysvil 1 .- .. . 

Bee Hive, John HHallcnback 

Two-boMo wagon, Geo P Hunt M ,.> 
Glassware, Pacific Glass Co, Sm. Brn 
C.^|.L.]i.r work, J B Baldwin, Mirjs' 
ll.ui mill n,,., )l .M„,i. border, V.-f 
Boon nod .boes, Nash & Fogg, Sroci 

i:.ju[,LT Ut f, 1'hu.t 1 Oa 

J D Blauebar, Yutn cc 



T-I.t: 



i moods , 



are in from Ibe Con 
d we do nor desire i 
lotbcr j car thisfoolisl 

e good attained by ear 



Ettrding the premiums, which liley would bo j 
IRrfaK" lit tenia. We now ask if any hignc 



riouW h 

n.s. 

lack of 






u"tal fiill 



inlleys io rich in climate, 10 »B 
aid be mora grateful. Tbcr. 
Ir fruit— a good collection fro 



iiteryFair til] ere ry body buys a machine 
(J will be sura lo like. 

by tbc ladles of needlework 



nail n 



only say foriber, ibis week, tb.t P,eil. 
nd the officers of tbo Society were 
irteous and affable, and did all tbej 
ke the occasion egreeablo to all. Tbc 



•• lbl» OTemr.j,-, nll ri „, 
*"j Of bt.ulj and fash 

«««ij bold, „ gfIil .]i T s t 



flru,*, B,*.h ^.-Everything 
*>t, from Ihebnir „„„,„ Wdlo , 
H*M<lj, -o-i tbo hoon nudhat ™ 



t of Collin.) is .. 
fell brushed boi 

J ought to tell c 



. «Ws,i 
.fcnal-r 

kUVrnrji 



Draft Stall ions- 
for Sir Gulliver,: 
grave, for Shnntr 

tnium, C. F. Set' 



Stallions -1 years old nod upwards— I 
m, i;. f. Hred, fur Ll.icl; Kiel,,. I?'.!"; 
dura, D. E. Knigbi, fur 11,11. M,-c„„:k 



ortb, for Lady Dillon, 520; second premium 
. Shear, for Aliuia UanduTille, $16. 

Geldings 4 years' old and upwards-First pre 
m, Captain Harris, for Ca*e Keeper, 5:0; sec 
-cminm, J. C. Datis, for HIIIt Shear, $15. 

Geldings 3 years old— Firsl premium. C. 
near, for Videao, SIS. 

premium, Jobu For 



nek San 



I slallioi 



s, J. K. McVay, for Yon 

roift bred mares 1 ycin 
0. Kelson, for Gold Pin, 



a, for Fun,,, Mui-kl,,, =11 
■ nJ i'.-l M.'i k -, .' tntr., uld- 
.-:.l, for J-:,iler|.'ri.,., = 15. 



t need. E A Step 
.thai, W It Drum 
I, lire. B Tergard 



«"„, l.ui 



l:i>iniri[[, .',] premium. U(S M Kvo 

'" "'igbt * 

ibelb Johnson . 



Leather work, Ilrs D I 
Bead work, FredChinn. .. 
Hair work, Miss Lucy I;. I 
liurr work, Mrs SI. D Carr 
Millinery exhibit, Misses B< 



(I..M I). 



■iurrqiinrlr, ( 





inn Valloy, P 


onto 


couoiy, 


.bibit of 


opperore, H 


..0. 


, Marys- 



Co.il Uil, K M Wright... 



Soap, Mrs. A Musi 
Gull fa paper, Ploo 
Woolen goods. Mis 
Brandy Peaches, U 



il. T,,. u , 



under IChonds-Firslprcnii 
irEclip-e nod Frank, $:Ju; 
dliom. Harkey, for Uiram 



.nlnm, Morgan 
ing siallion.— Fii 
second premium,, 



lrt«. Woo by Cbotlea 



im.D.E. Kcin-bl 

I, SI5. 

n, T. B. Sobers 



->'wj,'earj<jld.~r,r,i,.r t[ , 
.dtly, SIS. 

for Ilojn, Lee, SIS. 

"leiler I venr old— First pi 

Dili., Sio. 



and premium, T 
>d lamb— First p 
rrmlum, T. Klrol 



a, JobnH. Gwill, 
nm, Mrs. G. H. 



, till ion Di 
i, Milton Dale, 



>r lirll, tr.,m..| .li:.l 

1> . V. Il uwi ,rd, SlO. 
l.D.Y. Hoifard, SID. 



o, Mrs E Teogo. 
Mrs John H 1 
i. Mrs C M Gor 
Mrs N Sewclf... 
-bit, J R Nlcken 

Dried Tips, If T Hutchinson 

' lis, 1st premiom. Mrs M C Nie ... 
" 2d prem.ur: V.r- KTeegaUer 

Haislos, J BMlokereoo 

Pickles, MrsW PTbompson.. 

Cuenop, MrsS IJ llaldwio... 

Jellies, Mr* N Sewell 



Besteibibil, GF 
Still white. " 

Mlill r.,1, 

fl'-r li:,|." 



LL 

iodW\jf»villc 



H T Hutcblo.oo .. 

dDSOU CJMM-. So 

rinesandCaliforali 



' tho premium by tbo Awl 
.nd sulpbur, WUSimmij 

iblt, W 1. I.awrenco 

S.J WMno.r 

ness, W L Lawreace...... 



D Smith. ...D.ploms 

fashiog Machine Diploma. 

Cer.iiied to at correct, by Charles M. Gorbam, 
ecrslarr, A. B. t M. 3. Dated Maryerllle, Sep- 
imber 13th, 18S3.— [Appeal 



9 Coon try. - 



Our Rambles In tbo Conn a y.— No. 12. 

H the route lu tbo Big Trees, wbicb Is now tb 
rtstroadto the Silver Mouotalo lleglon, Iber 



good 


OolBD 
s tlnej 


ardof 
Hoir 
I irrlga 


He ha 

igatcs 
to tbo 


;•'•; 




beavily lo.adc 


with 


Irolt, 


were 


in fin 


order 


wbic 


we 


Aba 


not 


nsofb 


yfor 


omo 


arm 




gotubl 


j for tbo hot 


In 


tberi 


nity o 


this 




Dtho 


f, Wbi 


b we w 


lino 


o now 


11 


rpby' 


propo 


. N 


it to 



iel. The farm 
ird of 3S0 trees, 



Spcrry A Pcrry'j 
we called on Brothers Toll. They havo a farm 
of 100 acres, and cut 35 tuns of hay ; they anve 

with fruit. Tho land is a rooky pasture, but fruit 
grows abundantly. 

Our neil call was at tbo very fine orchard and 
f.rm of Mr. Hitchcock. Our visit to this orcbord 
Rate as much pleasure. It ia n largo ono ofl.SSO 
ecs, and is vary baodsomely formed, sod is 

rmurknblo growth. The groond is Irrigated. In 
i« orchard wo noticed some very Duo trees of lha 

[Boston or lioibury Russell, Belle-Fleur, Pippio, 



lb pears 
tod Fkn 



B, Such 



The 



luled fro 



tor seen. Twenty mun are employed, and tbroi 
stos hnuling lumber to tbe yard at Murphy's, 
d two logging, also 10 yoke of emtio ore em- 

io lumber yard at Murphy's wo ehall speak ol 
by and by. 

i saw mill of Messrs. Dunbar* Co., 13 miles 
Murphy's, is driven by water power. 
He employs 16 men In all work, including logging, 
as B yoke or cattle nnd 20 mules. Tho lum- 
if Ibis mill, and all tbis region, is of tbe fin- 
ind. Sugar pine, yellow pine, cedar, black 
white oak, the white being of a Eno quality 



grow! 



ind fit for tbo use of wheelwrights. Lum 
s here generally nt 530 a 1,000. At Ibl 
.ere is a fine garden spot, of a few acre! 



1.-11 vunuLy of from J ft .^Kf.e-juu. 

eiblbil of apples. 1; W Haskell 

" " J KN.ckoreon 

-pecimonfl, Wm. Friend 



I L-lluill ..i 
iti-pedmer,: 

iteibibitol 



A' lKsk.:l., 

'II 

l; IV !l..ikel 



i, II T llatr 
.■- j i: s.. 



fi B *.Wm Krftn.k. B 

English i.a:«g(f J It Xickerson G 
plucki'd, 't ; , 3 D C.!d«lo $in 



• ;.M- i.l... If. ,;!,.( 

„.JIlMn«r'. « 

icdrawiry il.- 



.ograviog oo copper and gold. J P Bsslmao 

■ ti . ■ l-.j. r . . s .ti .. Sunders i\tiiBior , 

', r ,i,i,. n ij n^n-i^. a 9 -----....... 



wngoo road I 



tineynrd consist) of 1,000 Tines of great 

Mr. H. has adopted tbe plan of grading tbegmpo. 
iprlug grafts have done nubly. TYe noticed 
;oit crops of Iho nectarine. Tbey were tho 
in Nectarine, of a rich deep red, and showed 



doing well. 

March i McrTeesa bovo n very Gn 
cbnrd, and homo spot. Tho ranch ■ 
tbo orchard 2,600 trees, in good bear 



it by ci 



■,..,,„: 



cry of young trew 

fine crop of beans growing ia an or- 

t crop should 



a fruit 



rn.ninr. v 



mlom, MrsSP 

S10 

^ D Rtdtoou.... B 



MrsUTIJ.tcbl.,00..;. V 

Ditto, -id pretalnm, Uri W. iia»i g ,.;; 

Mrs" C W. Scbled.ll" '.";. '" r "° 
Ditto, 2d premium, «.i, |.i otlorh-.n. 
"nedlowork, tblrt, 1st preailum, Mrs'li 



ho papers say. 
noL been nblo to publish as much or 
iB wo desired tbe last week or two. By 

a lo remember the old adage — "three 
jual to a Arc," and as this Is tho third 
vo moved in seven years, wo think ws 
■ a permanent now, although wo havo 
crs by lire five times In California; wo 

or two, by means of tho labor nltond- 

easing dories In attending to the np. 
numerous Fairs. Wo will now give 
f 

Monpnv's: 
Is ono of tho well knownrleh diggings, 



Murphy's Hotel Is tho . 



one of tbe best hotels In tl 
Sperry & Perry hnro done 
ways, by tho most eicellon 



oner lb 


foreign 


rn 




s fully ripone 


. Tho 










foreign t 






Ira 


teurlior, nro 1 




Ject to fr< 


st, produce 


IBM 


r, am more r 




fruit for market, on 


VS 


stly 


snporlorforwl 






apes wern 


I'l 


uAug.7, undlUoCn 






d no appe 


















e the vino in lb 




ily of Mo 


rphy's wil 




nn 




r<!i 1 


March i McNeese, a 


nd 


udg 








to 








culiivatlo 


n. Thlsl 


lb 


aba 


t ndvloo wo.ca 


give 


i -V-i '■' : ' 


.r. lt M,r:.l | 


C 


f of tbu superiority 


of iho 


III.., <...,, 






, 


nltlva- 




Mirrli i lie! 










built B la 






















harness 


nd D r cov-e 




Wl 


o PociOc wagoo and 
















cams app 






fine- order, a 


<] (ho 



is or h, 

corsd. ' "~ " r ■"' 

■okeoM length or this farm, onhard 
occnoso it deserve, it for Iho fioo 
presented to us. Tho neat cotlago 
e of ground, with a pleasant pros- 
farin, s weeping in a ol role down | n - 
llcys, giving a high promise of tho 
"■ [ttuiunntlyalTeOl ■ 



under tbo corn of 1Y. b. Gr'abmn, Esq., 
lot bo surpassed In nnr Slate for quiet, 



o[ tbe henrt." This faru 

will jot bavo all ihai tbey 
mines at Murphys, and nca 



—tbo 



i is kept by t 




Northern District Fair nt MnryaVUIo. 
:, the ascend day there was * good attendant 



raclive 



,1 llir i 



ThTwe.tber continued cool sod pleasant^ *« 
polhlog occured anywhere lo create dlalurbMlce 
D[ to Lessen tbo BnHafaction ol pleasure seeaers 
Below «c continue oar discretion of the article 
onublbitioo la the Pavilion. 

The dlanlav in Ibis line has mtnl ■"•™' fflB 



l lot 



tod illus 



Dbukt4re"eu!iir»tins a greater variety or crops, 
.Dd thereby improving their cboocea of gnia, 
while adding 10 .be resoureeaur.be Stale. 

onda. 0fU«rjSvilte,Hbrbit31 stalks 



Coot A" S 



did or Kentucky, Ylrgi 


la. Coo Dec I leu I, 






llyvrril. Tho Havana 


3 the sluWOSt ID 


g and bin IbeamnllcBil 





Sash * FajB, or Stockton, bare a ease of sc 
tor bonla and shots, pegged and sewed. A ci 
cate teitlBo' Ibat Ibis firm bos made In "bo 
wclve monthi, 300 pairl-uf bonll, sod 000 P 
of shoes, like Iho ssmplo. 

L. Lawrence, of MaryaTille. baa a largo dis 
play of saddlery and harness, front hli manufac 
" -|g Concurd stylo of baggy hnmos 

'fall quilted-seat Meilcan suddli 
at rcdeo saddle, black* quilled bell 
■addle, Til' leather bnlf-seot qeilie 
rodeo, imported si do-s addle, etc , all of Coo on 
rooc worfcmaoabip. 

J, W. Uoore, o( Marysvllle, bai aoo-bcr fir 
I of soddlery and hardest, loclodiog best 
orking boroe.i Tor the mount.!" teams, old 
Tie Arotrlcan saddle, bridles, big'gf-no, 



(bnmemade), four 
,.,10 b.ro.r- fa 
plain bnlf.ie 



, q.ihi. fur 



Tbes 

creditable to Sleryanllo lo 



two displays 1 

Jolin II. Horner, of Alameda, show) ao 
lotion, double washing machine," inve 
nitnsclf, and patented so recently as Juo 



j fine fiber and quality in 



o three fot 






and Sontb. Cook £ Simondj 
also eihiblt corn-stalks twelve or fifteen fccl high, 
bearing five ani aii largo ear) apiece, as speci- 
mens of a crop grown in tbn .anJ-ccceHrf Jofrtrm 
along the Vuba. 

Aaron B. Davia, of Solter, Exhibit! three 
bunches of enred tobacco -small Itar apparently, 
hot of fine quality and flavor. Tbe Bucceaa nl 
tobacco cnilure (n this valley la no longer qnca- 
' .d pood crnp! 



this jear 



ibotedtotbeFalroI I 
bate been still ra 



1863. 



Sirs'. W. P. Thompson— Brandy pi 

fruits, plcklea, catchup :iy..r: ....(. ■! 

Kr.iuse— very large Smyrna figa in b 
' ■ jp. Mrs. S. D. B,.ldwiL—l»r..., 
■red figs, ciiietnM', j- 11 "- 
fi H j,pkUlc3, and preserv 



Sirs. Jlawley— 



s, Tkomns Linda— prcji 
i..|lev, wiUurrasloo preai 



■ v.-.-i pickled gra| 
K. Tcegatdcn— bra 
soap, butter, dried 



RsUVTrifoliata ** « Substitute for the Hop . 
Da. J. P. KiitTHMO. of S-ut ll.ckpori, Ohio 
llor«y'i Jli.gojloa ' 

In tbelr 






j for the 



mum of M aromatic and bitter prim 
lupiilir.u, the essential requisite for 

dproserrlog o( yeoal and, malt llq' 

imeatie purpofloa tboy are equal If m 
the bop, and lam firm In the bell' 

,, tsieriiivi; demands of the brewers i 



rlpla, 



of the inveolnr ia preaem 
Itisol groat porrtr an 

double action, nno 
is easily worked by woman or 
j a leverage, as claimed, of 400 per 
anus) labor. Il li only 2S Inches 
lido, and Miocbea high. Attached 
Pajeat wringer, which, by airoply 
i, with no eipenditoro of alrengib, 



juld he do 



W. R. Bichardaon, of ! 
the California Clolhea Ws 
lion-patented in March, 



,f bj. own lave 



a spec 



p. B. Chamberlain, of Sntter, eihibi 
raeni of simp made from Sorghnm grown Ibis 
vear — crude and clarified. It is a tine article, 
with a taste not unlike that or the heat maple 
sirup. A great deal oi Sorghum bns been grown 
la Suiter and Colnia, laat year and thia, and it 
has beeomo a popular prodnet. Parties carry 
from farm to farm portable mills for eipressing 
the Juice. Th-se mills will yield from 300 to 
MO gallons a. day. The Vega and barrela for 
th!a home-made airop are mostly procured Tram 
tbe JIarysvillo Manufactory nf Cha.o £ Co., 
Ttho now have orders for several thousand 
kegs to supply this demand, which Is yearly in- 

W. M. Drnmtn, Tnb» river, ejihlbila stalks ul 
Wbile D^nt corn 17 feet high, each Hock bearing 

has a large field of such corn, averaging! 
as many ears to tho stalk as ibeic tall ipecii 
He alto eihibite several pumklos weigbiai 
pounds each, some fine peanuts, sweet poll 

and dried corn. 
J. Hantaan, of Sutler, 



a, corn, gated dl 
clolhea being first passed he 

ing turned by 



ached. 



hil.ii 



s of Uarysv 

er, and tbraaljer, wit 

iblo grist mills, hay-cut 



.tik-, Uruui 

li„tdlv ul- li, 

■J cat tli 



rd't tborougbred 



Theicillion troltiop; n 



on Friday. There 
olluwa: D. E Knight nt 
in ; 0. II. Shear named 

"ng'beenent'ered .imply 
not goat all. The firs 



era tboy w 


II furnish 


cheap o 


udeEfr. 


ent 


anb 


""lie Pie 


a is a bam 


soma sbr 


ub Bltalnin 




tlllk . i„ 


alilies 1H 


r 20 To 


t in 1 


i.'" 




nil. Til,". 


to Ohio bu 


grows In 


greats 


ah 


ud:l 


in. in ■ Hi' 


sandy dnw 


s on the 


east sh 


IUS 


ul L 




and will 


ourisb 




eg 














J t- 


Df reeds n 


over falls lo 


be grog 


uccd a 


unu 


iiy, 



clttiecu. They vegetal. 




in iho Weal. Vegetabli 



und I have nc 
Lbcrn and Wo; 
csuli greatly II 






Dr. Tee garden 



yesu 



and eicellen 



d J. R. Sickcrjon, olao coi 
■geisblca, which were noiict 
E. A. Shepbnrd should bate bet 
rediied •ith tbe heal display nrnlmonds— nir 
irii-iiea. Tbe credit was before erroneously give 

J. D. Blanchar, or Uaryaville, eihibita a ha 
f pceaaed bops, wcighiog 141 pounds, oa 
ample of 10 mat taiaed on bis place thla yet 



nomed after 1*0- These springs are situated 
something over SOlhite. weal from Maryavillc, in 
thefool-billaof Coluaa. Tboy are highly eul- 
phurona, and are resorted In for annhary relief by 
numerous lovallila, at all seasons of tbe year. 

Talboll k Barnetl, of Slarysrille, have a hand- 
lodes in Yuba, Butte, Plumas, Nevada, nnd Placer 
and talc, and taken out at depths raegiog Irom 10 

The Eureka ConaoHCated Company eihiblt 



iblp, S 

and Hie ledge Is 8 feet wide. 

Tae Ctes cent Qnnrii Mining Company, mske r 

fine sbowing of anriferooa qaaril from Indiat 

Vnlley, Plumas county. The rock rereala frei 
;old to the oaliea eye. Tho ledge it an eiten- 
ire one, and la turning oni large ylelda lo thi 

;ille, 

E. M. Wright, nf Maryoville, has samples of as 
phaltum, uken from the mine nf tbe Pacific Mln 
ern! and Cool Oil Company, in the Cunet Rang! 



The second, third 
id fourth beau were all very much alike, Jic- 
Cracken breaking badly, nnd losing every lime, 
bile hu nulfooted bis adversary whenever be 
iuldbu brnugbt down to bis work. Bnnfurd 
ok tho Lhroo Btraigbt heals, always by. a very 
Hie, in ■l-.ib, 2:53} ncul 2:53,. 
Tbe Appeal makes tho following comments on 
ic exhibition : Tbe fair is generally admitted 10 



.r,lly 



paid eipensea. It baa 
lion nf of ihe rcsourci 
of the Northern Distrid 
eniiro Slate; and it b 
and independent Callfi 

Trecly placed ul tbeir d 
thcr. that wbilu the i 
r, lead and 






f tbe i 






r very doors; it 
lesson or c 
■ad of dcpei 
I. Hereafter Ibl 
, tobacco, and a 



norms nnd pupic nf this molb. Bui' 
bined effects of thejo two oulillnrii 
cililies for observing nntl canlrallin 



eobsoo A- Coider, of Harystillt, eihiblt ipocl- 
i of turpentine and rosin, made at their 
eer Factory. Bolh articles ate acknowledged 
ill judges, to bo superior lo Ihe imported 

main spring, and baa a peculiarly pleasant, 

i clear as the French clarified. The manufsc- 
ipply for tbe Slnle premium at 






srof Jaei 



$300 Tor the first 1 

alto of Maryaiillo, a for 

eibibiis another lot of mrpentlno and rosio ; at 

J. L. Gibaoa, ofForbcstortn, aoolher. These gei 

lltmen aro all reBulnrly en-goged lo making the 

articles for ihe trade, from piich gatbe red lo Yul 

and Bulla cooullet, and bat. already mode tbi 

products populnr In ibe markeU 

8. P. Taylor 4 Co., of the Pioneer Paper Ml 
Tajlorsrllle, Marin County, exhibited 20 r.rietl 
and alits of wrapping paper, and 4 of white no 1 
paper. The former Is eqnol to must of the li 
aud commands a ready sale | D ti 



■ool. Our grapc-growers are el] 
■ h foreign vines that they may n 
irs. Our mauuracturers are bet 



lontion. The old fogy siyli 
,1 of fashion, and there Is U 
ore prosperity. Wo do no: 



ons at tbe Foanh^orther 
TubFisc 



arly tho case with ll 



ndtvbl 






belt 



leniion to fruit-growing, lluur after hour 
aioud, by their tablet, their eyes running 
plate to plate, and often rn-nrrnnge them so 
each pear nnd bunch of grnpes should show tbe 

deioted. I was reminded of a young wife wl 
her first baby. Some call this a species of luaa 
ity. Very well, I own to being a little insane 

Tbey do not have before tbem iho yoors of perl 
voring industry, as the fruit-grower does, a 
they have no long hopes realized. Tbey km 



I /Logwood as an Antiseptic. 
correJ|Pndent, aaya tbe Germacilowu telegra'pb, 



Dr. Demeauj 
Ilea of coal ti 
er being nppliei 
ce dispel tbe o 



SEED WAKEHOTJSE, 

(K9TABLHHED 1H I860.) 

S. W. MOORE, 

IMPOKTER 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALBB'l, 

ALL KIKDa or 
CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

....AND.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS,! 

NO. 4.08 CALIFORvVI.V STREET, 

Between Saosoma and Montgomery street,, 1 

SAPJ FRANCISCO, CAL. I 

THB UNDEB5II7\KD HAS ESTABLISHED StCI I 



! ha. been Ibe i 
m-e-r.. and all ol 
iCAlif-nnianra r, 



I1A3 FOR SALE 

AlTnlfa or Chile Clover; Hongnrinn Gras 

Kentucky Blue-grass; Orchard Grn: 

Bed-top Grass; Snmfnin C 

English ItvL- grass, Timothy Grass; 

lied Clover; White Dntcb ( 

Crimson Clover, Lucerne, Ac. Ac. 



BEET, CADilAGK, CAUUiT. I;AIH.-.I1. 'iT TtS'lr, 
Clii'UMlllCfl, MELHSS. L!:TTI.!I.'I-., ( "MUSS, 
TOMATO, EARLY AND LATE PEAS, I 
BEANS, fcc, 4c, Ac. 

Tobacco Seed- 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SEEt] bel 
LEAP, AND llAKYLAND TOBACCO SEED. ' 

COTTON SEED. I ptt 

6qb.uo from JohHBton's IsIbqiI, npoi 

FLOITEIt srr.us (300 TiirlcUM) Moo 



■ .. . 



ipeedy euro of lb o. part of 

that logwood or csmpcocby (Homnmiylon Cam 
peuchauurai) possess es ibesameralunhlo properly 
and lo a much higher degree. This fact was dls 
covered by occiflcnt. Dr. Desranrtla bad aevera 



|, ■..!,„, 



nil p 



.l,y ul 



I display or stock 
ill and Pearl, for 



i splenuiil e: 
veral difftre 
o not know. 



i Wunlco Hills Comi 



State. The la 
papers of Collforol 



gallons capacity, Iroo-houail, for the slrup-rua 
eri of Sailer and Colusa. Tbey manufacture, b 
sides, a great many packing catka, beef and po 



E. flinct, of Jiorysvllle, cooUlbutct i 



ennal to the Imported. Tho larger *«e 1, floled, 
Uttered, and ornamented In good style. We bto 
told that ibii deserving manufactory It metilne 
wlih abundant pslrooage. 

Meutsdorffer, of HarjsTille, eihlblts a Inrgi 



n> model, lu' li 
imfor niDulriim 

J. P. Hunl'oV 



till Ihoy bee 
mught of the- 



i> r 






iivhon failing asleep, o 
has walked among then 
fe. Of nil the deacendan 



smell. An astringent being considered eipedioi 
n pomatnm, compoaed of vqunl parts of logwoi 
and hug's lard was applied 10 the sores, whet 
upon, lo the doctor's surprise, the Tetor disappcu 
ed completely, and ihe emission nr pus was mu 

peaded tbe oee ol poroniom ror a few hours ool 
When the offensive emanations Immediately > 

its noogn-oe, especially lhat of bospllals, 
ppeor, ntif t,y encbaotment, I) r . Desuiai 
also found It efficacious in pret eating or sto 



ick into Paradise as tha- fruit- grower. 
El Doudo Paia.VFbls Pair ia to bo held at 



■ tii'IIi mi.) l- 



slaryvrllle aad Ibeenilre Northern District than 
a'ocuTed ; tob« fd '' ° f EnccaiDcnl0 ' «b">IW«"ne 

l"n embruiderr"rd'Uedl^wo S rk"lb P e r0 aii5!ay <• 

is-etb^r^^iVbrn,^; 



■1 


■r 


i,' 


with 


ill" Limij 


p 


Ir 


.,1 




line 




















ml 


Chi 


r.i[..| 


„.„i.. ,.,, 


las 


us 


b.,l 














■ nil, 


a Ihe even 




gio 


a 




trill c 


y* 






u.. 


-T 


k/„„„, 


ele< 



! llcCoooell,l,clll; Conm 



I For 



ping lb 



inli.rH 



uili.-r 



eanbe ndsauiago nr t 
rilh hmiDostutlu rem'cc 
hlorlduof iron, persul| 



eirswercsur. 

lu he 111],;,] 



Sua 




TnaEaprimsCnurinr 


*■.".■ 








;','■, tj 


















ock nr gravel, or whai | s Uo , lc . r se | cc , a 


Jury to the pawie. I,. 




pole 


verad with rock,. Q iu „,,„, „ ',, „ 


|b>n anuitiitr needs Ibu 1 






o protect them from ,i ovmi of ,J, a a0 <l 


•noBablaumlHt'il!^ 


II, „ 










"!-- '■■ 


dyon will base h=Blibj.heep._[ El5 | 1 au g a. 


'^"-[CaMnoVseS," 


etady. 



iolnt, &ii »»»-™>l»> ! , 

y. Imported direct from Faisuj I 



J Nalive Califurnia Evergreen 2C| 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 



Large Stock of Every Variety of Serf, { ^i 

Con offor unusual Inducements lo I lerr 

.VERCBAA'TS IN THE TRADE, fJJiJtSJ*Blb(j 

AND LARGE RANCH bWNLHS, < W[1 "' 

Who wish lo besu|.,,lled ia hi, lint. f J.^ 



























OI'U 


am 






UMBlir. 






As; 

,do 


"ro 


rw,i 

Seeds' 


«,i? 


nru A Co. 

in. /..fit,, 
eoolpiloL- 


B»l 


'Tr' A - 


on 


rnai 










,M 




























Is, 


a? 


hDir a 


pari 


rlty lu nl 


"b. 


,'rri 


n,] f ur 


sQntn 


(i(ri 























S. "W. MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 

408 {olrl Ho. 110) California streflt. 



THE "&0LDEN HARi*! 11 
t:i3ei "i-:Ei.a.i>:Ems" 

TWO aPLElltlJD HEW AMD IHpnoVED SI"*** 



The BAT STATE and ot&er Slo««»i 



B. O. AUSTIN. 

3»Glay.(roei hel.o B> 

3*3 SfjUIClM*' 



II,',."' 



S/rba Si 



==!= 



vT.HE CALIFOENIA FA.RMER. \ \ 



4=3 



i Biegn of Charleston. 
Tb« foltoirinp; description of the last days of 
bQO>b»rdrnrni of Fart W*g«r noil Oreg K 1: from 
■ Horris Ii]»it4 correspondent of the 6lb : 
"Id »«nrdanco wlib the order giTOo Do tb< 
iloiisdaj. Ere ii-os opened on ft'agner from nil 
oar ballerir-i jMlefJnjr morning at daylight. Tot 
fir. was rapid and etTrdiro, nod the range belnf 
Obtained, we pourcii inio the work projectile; 
(Bei as neler blfjr" were brourrbl lo bear upon 



BathecOTcriog of the huge bomb-proof, 
tier wploderl nod throw high in the wr Iror 
(jam-.iiicJ ofd.mi. Tie firing m short i 

(a be effective. At times tno or thr»e shells would 
strike together, end the gluni of fire, Tolun 
■ mc-beand mniofsiad that sbm up quickly and 
Ibca rolled off in dingy clouds gate ibo imu 



Una. Tbe r 



inialure volcano. in full crop. 

^£ while fired rapidly nod spitefally their iu. 

lot stud to Ibcir guns. Tbe fori gkamed 
hell trlib tbe lire; ol elploding shells, and iusl 
death awaited ibo bold spirits who dared lo 
ottrgaej. lnbAlfanbonrtbefnrtbKntno.il 

'jftrt a shot >■•„. Bgoiu fired from it during Ibe t 
and not a living being ibgvr ed himself aboro 
parapet, or indeed uutsido of the bomb-proof. 

■ Early in the mnrniug Ibe frigalo Now Ironsi 
eleameu up lo > pojiiion ofl" the fort, and ope 



11 -ii 



■'« ,: T"'- 



pjoding on Ibe I 
Vfai never kepi up by ber before- From dij-ligbt 
until d:irk b.r iimioVcr,.- in lull ph.. ,m.l W.^ult 
KDokcd like acoul-pil from tbe bursting of shells. 
Tntji-ii.t l.tutmrdrmm continued oniil nigbtset 
in and mud,, tiie i.i.j.-ii, un.li s ii!iL'iJi.*bitble. The 
•JTeclof one Ere upon Ibe furl "U tnatrelnus. 
The great mound of j.iod under wbicb ILl. ^.irn- 

Cbol. At Ii-.l-i. \;-liL h:-: ■•( i-:irlli »'., plon-.l ulj 



; or the 
could bp prevented 



sun. Our guns Bere easily aimed, and not n 
ill) said, mode bh appearance near the 
duriog Ibe ctilire ui,;lii; indeed, lo have do 

■belli Ironi ...j'r gam ur our'tuu'piboowri'i 
bills. Tbe firing of ibe night was very ace 

Tbis morning at dnjllgbt all our batteries 
opened upon B.p.t, ,n,J i h- liritiii t* now going 
00 n> u .-t via-jrinj-lj. before 7 o'clock nil t' 
■gnllors nod Ihe Ironsides took up a position 
fine before the rebel work, and began their vti 
«f destruciiuu. Up to ibig tlme-10 o'cloel 
Ibrjb.iic been firing rapidly, itiib good efie 

Band though the oailories on James nnd (Jul 

of mad— and tbo otiemp'. [i going on in t 
•saii.luciorr nmnBcr. We have ihem io 
place. Tbe Meaner sail] loo soon tn iusl 
onjtclure nj to Iho result, but I can say It 
8 bopefol. Tbe naval baltery bat been . 
1 ai!..in t i Ure-gg, aided by one or two gnng 



>um of battering. Tbe parapet an 

,( r !r e badly furrowed and ibrn up, au 



tall 10 give Ibo 
B"BS. and furc 



eating from Doc 



oado lo destroy lb 



Thus ended t 



onenH 
Tennes: 
since thai il 



m two foriilirrj posit 
of Middle. TeuneJse. 
it extraordinary rnia 
tbat period of iho 



says of Shell 



nnd. G< 
ouphold 



.lonal vigor 
p>. 



larrard College. He ™ speaking of tbe dilTer- 

rrinj mailircd by one, and remarked tbat most 

erenco at all. Some will crowd into Ibeir Intel, 
ectual box Ibe odd) and onds, tbe sbreds and 
latches of a realty great thought, nr idea, all 
jumbled op Id tbe oldest fashion, and packed In 
stylo nf straage confusion— and rrally £r- 
hemselrei with the belief that Ibe ditll- 
ilcb ensues Is the result or so great a thing 
fonnd its tray into their cranium ; where, 
nib was tuld, ihe ihuught has complelcly 
Id and berogged tbem, and not they tbe 

idetice of b clear and well arranged 
it ia ablo lo dtscero clearly, nnd wiih- 
oot confusion. There it generally no boiler teat limn 



on 1, 



r.r-yi. 



drying ground. Ifo n 



t adraoi.gn ofThV quicceol .'uteTf tb™ 
til, and hate pushed tbelr sop in nst rigorously, 
'log 1,!,, badgers uodrr our own fire. Our 
■'--- -eaierd.y morning ba, beeo cmedlog- 
, . 'oly one man was killed and five or si, 
aded. 

' army on Ihe Cumberland, Middle Tono™ seo" 
f"n oBclelly prnmntgaied. It is a lengthy 
ImeresliDB oocument. Il embrace, the pre- 

iaarleiwbicbre.ulied in depriving tbe rebel ■> 



JA^l„., L 



tMurfree-boro, and lo the inferior num- 
Tbeieportihca gives ibe Incatl 



■ Ihem for a 
wilh a philosophic coolness. Ond v. 
of tbla sort amoog tba progreasin 
day, there wonld really be 

cipliaed minds to receive. The onion of tbo In 
ia a great desideratum. It is for want of Ih 
very thing that there ore more talker; an 



tellet.ually a 
stall in goot 



orld, 1 



gr.i.;pitiir, S i i 



WaamsoroK Ptis.i-Ona enp nf cream or ric 
milk, one largo apotjnful of corn-starch, tno lau 



el your milk in a basin of hot natcr; 
oiling add aug.r ; beat eggs and 
ioolb; pour lino lha milk, aud cook 
id thoroughly dune. Dnko thin 



mid to be equal to the ctJtforated Charlotte it 

Cotoatso Corros on Lucas * Daiour Bi.ni:,— 
Joe ounce of pru.siate ofpoush, on. lableapooo- 
ol of nil of vitriol, one lablMpoonfol of copperas, 

tarm water. TBla is for^e pounds of' goods. 

CaaaiiC*SE.— OneWtfpofSfoet dream.ouedo.of 
ugur, two eggs, one cup uf Dour, one teaapoon- 
ul nf ,-ream tarUr balf^ teaspooarnl of aoda. 

To Cook VMttiaVovsTEBj.— Sliae and boil la 



which we believe ihe | 



SAM JOAQUIN VALLEY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual ' Fair. 

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO BE HELD Iff TtlE 

CITY OF STOCKTON. 
Tuesday) September 22d, 1S63, 



OverSixThdusandDollars! 

HQASD OF »«JT&OHRa. 

E. S. HOI.DKS .President. 

SMILES Vico 

IV, H. URIGOS...- " " 

J. C. ItKIO .Secretary. 

SI. L. OIUD - - - .....TTMaorer. 

OfcJO. WEST ....Director. 

SAUL'EL PISltSK « 

"> I ' ■ II- OP -I, -.- I . '-Ml I. .JvAKfi 

SPECIAL AND LIBERAL PREMIUMS 

TO ANIMALS AND ARTICLES 
From other Districts ond the State at large. 

TO ANY AND ALL ARTICLES 



,, OrtWrf., Viaeyarrfi, Fiild Gropi, . 






LOanup^eaehHO; Sucre. of BroonKuni.lS, umpte, | 

-<• Tbi..- Siii.r-ci.o-i Sin.jac.llcn. orU..!,..« 






■ • ■ "rliM lor Piown 8b«itlc E , <at 



' "I 1 M. ,', , ,1 .. I: ,l,.„i.,|,*,.„»° 




UfHCubl'rsnluou. 

Hum. T. -\. <l\i 'III V 

Trill deliver the Annual Address. 

THE GRAND ANNUAL BALL 

Will lake place on FRIDAY NIGHT. 

SPECIAL NOTIOE8. 

Anlmnlid J rtr.,rlbeS«ietvVPur.e™hlloolboi 

.:.,.... r!...n ibe Judpa and Members of tbe Pr.ss ax 

" olaality In lha commencement of the Perform- 

villi,,- '!ri.:llv ftri uireJ. 

■i... J'.-ir i,:r il:.i|h for animalj.or rt*m in ibe 
H.llf., ...-lirl.-.. -ill r-.of.sr :. f.n.ir K-ib o,.sn Ibem- 
-M i->... ir,lib.H(n>!w 1., nollfjln- the Scorolnry ol 
Ihelr -.,:,■:■ at Ihe earliest dale. 



Order of Exercises. 



ur certain dnty 1 


dl 


cuss, an 


d t 


at laou 


rrmr 






Tbedlv 








ou would be bon 


by 


Is nev 


r lie 


ler pul 


nlhn 


Ve may sophisti 




vrllb" 




"','[ T, 


I.N.,. 














nstinctlvely from the 
fin his absence. 


hnneht 


of 1 


ing spo 

edoneof 
very ur 

.0 1..11 

litis is a 


ecoils 


Tit CoUuu B<a.- 
ghtandhi K blyH 
tyls yet nlTered to 
am tbem, and j 
aliformi, manafa 


-II 


veyou r 
d hats, 

j.iil.lir-7 
ill. M 


If 

Co 


those 


ou« g e. 













A HobloPnrpostuadtnsOlorioiu Result 



','" h ';"l'^';-'l. ^■■"-' »l^-l Ibi...- biJe e an iravel. 

IU, li,, „.„!, ,, t ..I.:.rr. tor lb, ..,.1, of ,.,!,„,. .n.ru.v, 



;.,"■'. ; ; i - |, ' i " ,J i'' : ' .'' ^-V', '-i 



Hi. A,,., 


s 


■-■'r.!'. 


f« 




r,,-IUI, |„. 


ll,|.S|i-l, 


'"||l'i« 


ib." 


all 


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di»rd 


r. l-v , 




" 


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r. : -/..J,-i(.'i/y,« H fi«e/rt,o 


.'.. 


tommhy 



Tliumloy, Sepl. aitb\ j 

orciiiMiriii uJ[?"nf.co: •"l,°*hub ido'ho™ -"uT 



«'•■ "l«™"i: lli- ri.iHIiiiJ l..\HIII|TKlM „( 

-■ ''..mil,.. A,:,,,|..|l-,,-,;,|. J :,:.,. 1 in.:,.„ l ,,^„ n | l ., lrnp| 

-.j^:„°."° :'... ".':.'... ; . "..'!, "..','" ">'"""- '"'''" 

1 NLI,'-"-I- r !. : !uj ','i,'"'."'" "' ""' '^'rlH'vrlif "be ™ 



PREMIUMS OFFERED. 

"^J"""' J "" iD ^'"'e "be doS, u. ftb°cb1oV n ,enc U 



STATE 

AGRICtlLT0RAL SOCIETY'S 

Tenth Annual Fair. 

TO C03IJ1EKCE IN TOE 

CITY OF SACRAMENTO, 

Friday, September 25, and end on Friday^ 

October 2, 1863. 

® 10,000 

APPEOPEIATED FOE PREMIUMS. 
LIBERAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

Fur all Worthy Articles sot mentioned in (he 



1RAA0 DAVIS Yolo. 

Ditictort. 

fVlf. 1J. TABKS „ Suiter 

I). K. (JALLAIIA.V.... Sacramento 

N. L. DREW..... Sacramento. 

C. a. OftlM e„..„„ .„,,. 

RUHr. UCCK Sacramento 

;: -i. wai.sh ,-, i JS , 

0. ft WARIlrJN San Joaouio 

MIKr! BUVTK y„i 

0. J. LROMABD ..SacraK-e-ito. 

Tttamtr. 
B. B. RrAN SacratDCDlo. 

1. .V. BOAO ,J. .Tolo. 

$100,000 IN PREMIUfflS 

ClfTered by the STATE "for the Emcourancmtnl < 

Ayriculliiri ani }Iaimfa.-liirc.:' Ariklvj li, h., 

cihibited and Premium a awnrdtd -it the 

Stole Fair, by the 

STATE BOARD OF JUDGES. 

Pbisidehi LELAKD 6TAKF0RD. 



...Yolo. 



ISAAO HAVIS 

K. S. HOLDEK 

GEO. K. S\VK7.Kr Siaryivi ■.»'.■ 

JOSEPH BHIfTOS San Francisco. 



w',','-;! 7:",'!'. ",'"'.u' A ™™'™'™ '■■■ 

rXS" i« lUo BtunuV IMA '/.'Jfi 10. 






GENERAL ORDER OF EXERCISES. 



EEV. T. iSTAER KING. 



.■.■i-1-niiii.l, cii, IwcniUflol. ' 
„ .'. ' I' '." " ' " ■'-■■'■ ' I" Barne..; Mile 

ATu" P A^, a, fn" l i'.^'p n ' rnl '' r ' J '" rUC '' 3 ' ,n " l ' fbl ' l '' n - 



aWEePSTKP JH.'t;^. i—. orl nTrr.ller.lr,Hrini«. : U 



*l«™' , T»' lm | TB . f ' : '''' i '*' i,1 ° E '" ,P ''*''" r ' nTn ' n * r *'' 

.,..,;,,;,. r..- ,-. i . ■-„!." r ;. l \:.r u .-'--' :, r , ' i -"" : . ' 






111 irvlai buruu preceilcd by 



l/i:; 1 ^''"''''''''''^^''™ 

CATTLE. 

il !ui'^^V. ,f ,,i'! l '„'i;'!'''-';,' I .'.' , :'" :, '' l ''. J '' , "' ol ' n,1 p |n * 



OFBisriisrca 



ADDRESS 



^4-MADOR. COUNTY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIEITOS 
Second Annual Fair 

Cattle Show, 

WILL BB HELD AT 

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 

The 23d, 24th, and 25lb of September, 13G3, 

BOABD OF UAITAIlEBfl. 

A. F, PATTER.... P„ ol j.„, 

ISAAU TUIPI' ...... T,... '' 

e. a chase.. „,'.'.'.'.' I BU "* 



°" *C r ,t„';" -V 1 ,,,: M ; 1 ,;7':.'J;;r'"''' M *°" 

IMOUafwurktrouil. 11.. I [Tu'iTcTuJjJ^S 



ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS 

Will bo awarded In PREMIDJIS for tbo Enouur»fa- 

AGIIICIJLTDJIB, 

STOCK It Al SING, 

MANUFACTURES, 

JIBCIlAKICAIi HDUSTRr 
Jnd MISINli, in Amador County. ■ 

piV'l.Jm V- ,", ! tn'iur '".r" ii'.'Ti"? 1 p HBMIUM3, cr 

!| b nne1,atb'c' , Pr^ i i'u D i'u l ,u' nI ' y «' "■" b»en 'nlc"^' 

EXIKD1TIOS8 OP STOCK, 

Trials of the Speed of Horses, 

tail fait . r ...'/( l ', , v'' l i'. l . l, ;. i , r ', , . <, . r ,f i -", ;"' , bo t^Stf 11 ? 
I" (Tiro their Inultil-c 10 \1 IL'oril V'i ' bJ "' L " J '^ 

'■".'i".L.j'ib','r U " "" h Am,Hlur ' "•* *<"! «"*Bttoa r ibi'fl 

A PUBLIC ADJ3HESS 



4:4= 



JKjrt California pvm. 

3AN FRANOIBOO: 



Valley 
idnesday, Bl 
Sin Jose. This Sonloty «< formerly 



Bend /Br Sample Papeva 



Bew to send Money by Hall. 
37 if oar nibiciftcn ncMiO to forward ui 



AGENTS WANTED. 
omh»r of TibicIId; Asmu lo » 



T^HE CALIFOENrAJAEMEB^ 

*? -.,.., .u. D ._,. m™ V.ile-r £™«. and. Such a jack ] He is a thoroughbred, or The llrst pulu ro 



il Fair of 
Agricultural Society opened 



i Fair i 






5 its elements. This year, hnwover, nil 'ho 
srit Interests ubto joined heartily In too 
work, with a determination lo have n Fair in 
iry way creditable tn tho Banner Coonty of 
ricultore and Horticulture, and against many 
- n „, n „ m ™u ih« bid fair io succeed. The 



.Id i 



;olty < 



I Hid 






■ -suit .Hontik our frteodi abroad. •. 

crtinl «lo fortMrpwto. 

/.««»« ./JtoeMiiB. 
u> !wlKmuoinn6'~leiIiiTBi» by ptoIim tbejrM.erj 

;rtfllh Pnncfrioai. indrh^ tilnndl. Urns (Mat* WHO etrra 



1 now work harmoniously. It may bemcnlioncd 
at the old "Pioneer Horllcolturul Society," has 
■co revived, and ibougb acting cooja I ally io this 
blbllioa, -rrill continue its separate organisation, 
,d bold in inoothly gatherings as formerly. 
Tbe Society owns very fine grounds for Mock, 
-.hlbiilono, and trials of spoed, near the oily, 
ell arranged, which cost, with improvements, 

Thee'ihibitionofrrnlt, manufactured articles, 
■o., U at Armory Hall, an Santa. Olarn .treat. 
The Pavilion Rail Is largo and very appropriate 
e purpose. It is IMt.folly decorated with 
wrealhs of evergreen around the sides, nod green 



alo also e.biblt. b|i celebrated jack, 

jack I He is a Iboroogbbrcd, ol 
Henry Clay s lock, bis graodsirc imported from 
Maltose. He took the flnl premiums in St. Louis 
al eiery Fair, coma across the country lust year, 

mento. Beslands 15 bonds 3 inches high, a years 
old, and Is undnubledly the largeal and finest jack 
la tbo State, and a great acquisition. 

Dr. fjaicom shows two Durham cows, and soma 
one else a con and heifer. 

Cary Poeblcs exhibits an Essei boor S months 
old, and a Berkshire sow, 6 months, good animals. 

Dr. Cobb shows two Essex bout, and this con- 






notice of Id 



,o track forTburs- 
race for the So 
been entered lb. 






, Jack Tritnllt, Jim titam ant 
uteri b. h. Jack Trimble, by Del. 



Pain! Pnln «nu huimo »>— » — -— _ 

In IS™ Jacob Scbmber Import Into San 
ranolsco tbe finl Pulu. The first piilo 

ide In 18BB by J. Scbrclbor. Soon 

ipldly Increased for Ibis article for m«t- 
; Its quality, so soft, so free from Insects* 
,ao> il d.sirablo. Tbe quantity sold thai 
a. only, however, 3,Ci»0 lbs.; ib=ne»year 
ds oro engaged in m< 
_ w 600,000 lbs., are onnu. 
,'lly sold. Mr. Scbreibcr, however, Is tbe pioneer 
,tilu importer, ood tbo credit of introducing Ibi 
irticlc belongs lo him. It was throogb him tba 
be. article wos introduced through the- United 



ImporrHl from Europe.— Tha Prcncn Ennffio, j, P 
Hoandary— He Tnras a'Political Bomoritv P 

The Kew York Times of September lflih ecatiu, 
bn rolluwiug startling iotolllgeneo i 
A Pari) correspondent of tho Times, writing 

.on plnco In European nllulrs. Tbr Ka'p,^ 
^JsTat Ui'c feet of QortBdiukoif. u" p ,*M 



,,000 lbs.; now ti 



Slates 



■s how largo a 
nadc by tbe discovery 



B™ Lipptntott. 
Arlnh Boppc 
moot, dam by I.lmber Jobc. 

C. Smith enters b. h. Jim Blain, by Billy Hlo.lt 
Col. B. S. Lotbrop enters c. h. Sea Lippincott, 
by Bulmont, dam Peep, by Lance. 

Tbo race wn> well contested, with tbe following 
emit, Jim JJfom being allowed lo withdraw 
fter the locond beat on account of breflklus bis 

1st. 2d. Sd. -itb. 



aves ofVartl of them, like ibo pulu-and it 



,ercbnnt by oue article. Ft 
■ess, which Mr. Schreiber m 



tnh< 
Map 
the dust at me r c ot oi uoriscunaon. in. v „., ; 

DiC " ,l h r , ! d a in , mKeV nd ^ 
enough In do to lake core of h,rn*ilt 

[lM .M.Ijv,!V lrl.:J 1... '-.MTV l-M-1 ^ .,„,] ,,,, |i( 

Olilh question, and hoped by this trot lo coll* 
,„ [thenieb prorioccs. B|ii bis allies tonksU™ 
■hile Englnnd declared boldly she wonlJ 



each side, mostly entered with a templing dis- 
sy of grapes, poars, apples, and otter fruits of 
] the rare and chnicest kinds, as this famed re- 
on Is noled for, nod n varloly of faim products 
,d homo maooraclnres, atlesling to tbe industry 
of the people, ss well os to tho fruitfolness of the 
her cultivate. Some uf. tba eibibitors are 



eedlework, works ofnrt, specimens of embroidery, 
Tbe Santo Clara Valley still holds tbe pt 



Take Care or tho ladies, 
Tbb HneiFstroet In our city, nnd the finest stores, 
lilted with goods manufactured for nnd mode 
eipresslyjfor the comfort, convenience, nnd the 
enjoyment nf tbo fairer pi 



half d 



a of lb, 



Pnicnmring Agency. 
Htriof hid ILo ejperfence ol over iSlnyyea™ In doill 
In Tim*, Fbsli, Fw-J". «dS AcrtculrunJ Imptfienu, « li 




Time:! of Holdlae Fairs for 1363. 
: [olWngan Ihe times appointed for boldiug Pain 

Ulctaad County Aerie nl tatal and Meehiolul So- 



pal growera will undertake il, Ibey can tnak 

w that will beat ihe world. On this occo 

l few growers hove node a splendid eihibi 

mghofonlyapo 



1). T. . 



copies 



ilh his ell en 
tion. Ho shows 116 varieties of p< 
npples, IS of plums, 6 of quinces nnd 
block and white g" pet— Hamburg 
Aleiandria. Among bis pears arc 
mammoth specimens of Flemish Be 

and, as well as with npples, include nlmo 

known variley, tbal is desirable nr useful 

B. S. Fui, occopies another table with 



bnnchof 
;d Muscat . 
iplendld at 



Jack Trimble 



Some scrub/races concluded the I 



And it 



,irU 



i for 



He shows, also, plums 



,.iii. Tbe motive thou 



Isilors to our city, os they crowd tbegrei 
n Montgomery flreat," can hut notico It 
.hat ore pntrooliing tbo splendid stores o 
jodwajof the Pacific," Monlgomery slree 



ste can bo fully gratified, diamonds, wol 
id jewelry. Tucker knows the wants ol 
joplc, and Ihe people can always bo well 
plied at Tocher's. There is probably no jewelry 
Ibe United Stales wberca better gc 
had or a belter business done, 
er £ Wilson's sewing machines- 



negro on lei 



i, a«fc 



-Al r-Ki 



> eight days, to Oct. 2d. 
irl =od Coira CvHa Cvmiy— At Plcheco, 
,i 21, for Ave days. 

"""I"'"- AlSoeklon.ctBBCKiictogEtplem- 
ud conUnolne four dan. 

ling Sept. 13, 



Jl-BbAdt OotiKiv— At Eurtko, eommcnclng Oi 

aodcontienlngthnodays. 
pfuunj Cunntj— At Quincy, WodoEiuay, Oct. 14, II, 

[Will the SccrtUilts nf wh=r S'rtlcllej thil hoTo op. 
polnttd Fj'-- -' 



ick Hum 
«tly lot 



world. Ilia 



ore Flemlsb Bcnuly, Coo 

»se d'Angnnlecne, Pin It 

inch, St.Germoin, Beorre Hardy, Beurre Clnirgean, 

Colmor Van Hods, Colmar d'Aremherg, Hear 

Did, Howell, Beurre Bosc, Beurre d'Anjnu, at 

others worthy of nole. Anmng tho npples n 

King of Tompkim county, Rhode Island Grecnlo 

Morstoa's Red Winter, Boa. Davis, Orange Swet 

ing,' Northern Spy, Alrlender, Yellow Hdlflowi 

llpehocken, Tall Pippin, Lyscome, Esopoa Spll 

faorg, Bddwln, Homo Beamy, and many otbi 

oally worthy of note. 

William O'Donnell eibihlln 13 vnrletles of pea 

id S3 of apples, of all tho leading and desire! 

sorts that are in demnnd, and good ipeclme 



Palro Next Week, 
i ol Fairs is upon us, and I 



in the 12 and continues five days, and tbey 
bat tbey will have tbe best Fair of tbe Stan 
rear. Stockton folks are spunky, and we know 



""' 'I't'-' 
.'o think il 






tiuildl I 



IB pyrn 



.a hall 



ir^reen 



ie>— tho 1 
ceded foci 



id, nod a largt 
cled iburewlth. Thi 
om boro to Boston was 

otereit to a tbioklng 
( t warehouses of tha 
ara oow associated lo 



II'.- " 



es, Russia, the Qormun Confederalin 
lies, nnd, as a passive but nut It 

vac'ost biro his crawn in tbrea . 

i kaees before GortscbakafT, prolcai 
ended to goto war for Poland, wast 
tho Polish qoettlon, and begged 
.Li.,. England, thus being placed r 
...tltude of hostililt to Frouce nnd Hi 
forced into friendship (villi tbp fulled 



"OTII 



, wool, (grown here). 



goods. Dp through Ihe dock-room to ibcit 
room, on the second story, which tbey mcuo 
iqual the Hew York display rooms for band- 

i comfort of tho « /Tonus o/ Coiiftroio " Wl 
nado this encoded sketch of Ibis House, fot 
aember Mr. S. in early years, as a Pioneer 

he pioneers of " Borne Mono facto res" pros- 

i. Schrelbers, are^a proof of their Industry 



uls In the South fur 
The pirate Floi: 



e, disabled, n 






h1 b, Pi 
Engllib 

No supplies of «:ir will bt- funiishtd her, otlj 

in a lowering rate, swearing nnd Ihrt .ik-i,ir, e ..; 

The bombard nienl of Cborleston further deprest- 
cd Ibe Confederate loan, which was nonrlpl* 



New Native Apples, 



Su] 



NEW 

3^ Native Apples, 2 J„ 



or „: 



■ ably Una 



obtained. 








Kirby, Byrn 


o & Co.— Dr 


SB, dres 


, dress, thi 


• mportant 


or geollemo 


as we 


as ladles, 



ont of tbe world. Kirby, Byroo A Co. cao, In lb. 
matter of rich and fashionable dress goods, b 
truly styled Ihe emporium of fashion. No hous 
on tbo Pacific Coast has done more to offer t 
their patrons a large and rich stock of dres 
goods than Kirby, Byrne k Co, an the great ove 



South and West It undoubtedly contains many 
riollcs which will provo oraioentlv suited to Ibo soil 
ollmnpo of California Citalofnu can bo oh Ui mi 
Ibe office of Ibo California Farmer. 

menu from Sow York, Philadelphia, or BaHiun.ro. 

EDWD. J. EVANS & CO, 

YORK, Pennsy.vanl 



stage route. Returning, leaves Stocktoo and stop- 
ping at Coppernpolis, goes on next day. This 
gives Big Tree travellers an easy route to Mur- 
or the trip from Murphy's to 
from Slock- 
to Murpby's, Si 



a Pair I 



got op lo the Stale. 

Thv Eldorado Conoty Fair commences al Din. 
mond SpriDgs, on Ihe Slat, and contlnocs five 
days, with a true Inlereslaod enlhuilam. 

Tbe Stale Agricultural Society bold Ibtlr an- 

and eootiuubg eight days. This Is the longest 
time tvtrgit-ealoa Slate Fair. The present con- 
dition of tbe Society, and Ibo maey local Fairs de- 
mand of the State Society a very great exertion, 
and the officers of Ibe Society, ore bending oil 
Ibelr eiertioo tn making a very grand eibibliloD 
hope for the honor of onr State it will 



ptov 



HUhil. 

TheAmadnr County Pair, will hold their Fal 
allnneCily.comnunnlngou the I3d and tailio 
3 daya. The friends of Pain , r , doing wnnden 

(end good reports of Ibelr doings this year. 

1 of Fairs. Lei a 
>e ibvy will do a 



I. B. Booiemps, makes a magnificent sbnw ol 
ipes, consisting of 03 varleles, of foreign, wine 
i table grapes ; they were not labeled, hot must 



L. Pelllcr shows collrclion of quinces, grapes 
nd pears, of over 20 varieties. 

J. B. Hordwick, eihibiis some select apples and 
even varieties of quinces. 

A very nntable nhibll is that of Cary Peebles, 
iciog " a collection of the Produce nf ibo Form, 



>rc 


trd, Go 


den 








pec 


raenso 


fruit 


and prndu 






(J 


north 


tnos 


Importanl 


Teala 


r« of iho i 


ILll 


n Is ibo 


silk 


b embryo, 


how 


n by L. Pre 


!sn 


Ihe pi, 




Ik grows, 


He 


exhibits a 


oi of cocoa 


ns, a 


portion a 


.her 




IV 








nred lor I 


ari.'j 


others 


UOL7I 


g in wrea 


bi, f 


om which 



of 11 



nerglng 



homo proda 

tlan, Ho shows also a silk red, on which is (. 
silk just as It is reeled from one cocoon. V 

exhibits a collection of rare pot plants nnd exoiii 

notice ol tbo Pavlll 



i of fast 

cded lo them Iho credit 

.. of any 



It has 



are for ladles lo rfsii Kirby, Byrrio & 
prilled store ood fashionable empo- 
ss/gnnds for ladles. 



sarprlsc tho other day, by the slalement, that al 

bibltinn, fifteen of which weighed a pound. Il 
was the tallest strawberry "time on record," bui 
has been bealen in Ireland. JV Irish Farmer'* 
uxelte (Dublin) of Jnly 11, says V "A baskelful 
'Sir Hurry slrawbcrries lias been^rir often ted at 
■isofllcebj Sirs. Gillespie, of Bailfltcr, Dun- 
rumi t boy are enormously large, somn meosur. 
Ig '.I iuchcn by e in eircurnfiircnce, nnd la manj 

times 11 of these lusgolficcnt strawberries weigh. 



bed bj Kbhler, ot hl( 



; „!,„ 



ipae 



rooms on Washicglon slrcet. Collforni 
1 (log songs of praise conlloualtj— oye, 
Songs of Praise lo Gold Almighty j first, for Ihi 
blessing! we enjoy, living as wo do for romorei 

living; as we da in a land of plenty ; oor granarle 
II, our wiue-prcsBcj gushing out with new wine 

In pleasant places. And now wo should sin, 
ings of Praise, for good men and trno hove com 



logs of Prnli 



orib, good n 



I, Thy, Bronit ,y Button.— We call Ihe al 
ot oor renders (o the card of this Huusi 
■ppenrs io onr journal. Messrs. Tay, Brooks 
;us are among iho long established 



Henry's Repeating Rift 1 J! 



] 



Wholesale Prioea. WE 

Petaloma Guard:. 



i-.n.\ 11,(1.. PILVER or GOLD MOUHTF.D Haprw: 
!■! br'aT b° '"• '"'"' 1 " ,M BlUl ^ """ ^ *W 

.rT:. ; r'V:j';^V^ l lV-Hl,l,''l'"l 1 '"i,.'.^ J '.['!',,''^::"w 
AiSJr- ..f:. It. (iilllilill. I 



CompUmeri Cary. 
Wb acknowledge tbe receipt of eomplijnenls 
cards from ibe Slats Agxlcnltoral Society, s 
Jotqain District Society, and from the Sat 
Ol.ra Agrlcultoral Society. We have other., I 
tnliiatd tbem, and so wo will Ibeak all tagoih 



been, for ibis valley hos 
stock show. There 
nut of the "blood, 1 



with h 






,em wosnoder dlm„ltl t .,°™7herl "eme" ■ 

banco of obialnlag It. 

,H. M. S.ale. of MajJULi, hrooa!ll oql [w0 >n 

ami. These were his Durhai 



oronghbred Dm 



A young lady just asked roe what 
er v.ry thin arms. She says she 

og, and found them freezing cold, 
■i she supposed would mnko mus- 
"-_ Cl ":" "" "t ,,I " , ' Certainly, 
only by givihg 



judgu of its merits. Wo think purchasers will 
see tbe Iron Monitor of Tny^BrS TZJl^ 

•i IVi.imr.iand Jturninj,"— Tlri 

always necessary io Insure i 
and good burning fluid 






they 



Nursery men, nf Vor 



added, ] 



P'rly t 



' /* '"* nnnoylng m otlompl lo 

r.,il or i.rile with pour lights, hul tboro Is no 
ense for poo. light,, fot eoai , ^ - 

can always be f ou „d a; lU( „ a „ nou , c: _"" '' 
Stanford Brother,. This firm I, Q „ ' "" 

very splendid lot „ r „ chand )i° s 7 V 

now nod superb patterns, , ud their 1 ' '*""*> 
eonnolhe^ciedhyan'yhous^i:::,, 8 ^ 

fornlo, a, Napaha, !" "n P "' ° hUroh "' Call- 

delphla the I „ „f „ , T , „.,, ,'. h ' b ^ >« Phlla. 
"Bd Rev. J. Daniel, oToEi T ' l0 ' ^ " ^ 

vrtlblB elghi ^11^0" Omi'lL '*"■* MOr7 """' l0 



TUB 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN.; 

THE OKIGINAlTp. P. STEWABT. I 
Fuel Saving and Comfort Prudotisg I 

LARGE OVEN m^ 

SrjJllIEB AND WINTER AIR-TIGHT, I 

COOKING-STOVE 

lVuod and Anthracite, or Eitumlnoas Coil 

InlPROVBD IK 18JU, 
With Now sod Em™ L., £C flue,, „ oJ |^ , h j ^jj 
Chiraicd ftum ZW(r»l*i D llo» I 
o Al-ontlon 1, ln,l,ed lD th r „ „ i a ([r . ; n U nr W p* 

1FC8 ™ no " lD alB lhal "" '" " 

tb^u"h "c'ooK IU "'7 E "- rT ^ rl1 ™ of ,bt S S"b 

1 , 1 1 j l ;,^' ,AClr *'-l'"«lni.', hoiiins. bnlllne, rot** 



iho"i',^M|u" r !f -1>0 i 1 ' ril " 1 "" J on ,ba lD P. odJ *""* 
9tb Hut W*T«a"|!t° F B°'° 1 'J 1 B * s l ^y™™' |J(1) cut" 



I. 



THE CALIFOENIA I A. R M E R . 



45 



fill iteimer Frjfi&.j, dpi. Flyno, on the Sono 
pjnW, glres nil ? cbane. id mate u very pleni. 
rip Into (be country, and 10 enjoy a Goo wcorj 



lo (bra 



> the 



Itpidlj enrtirj us ulrr tlio j 
nilM,and lauded us attliol 
^BfJL FLjoa, of the Prince 
' Hit Ileum er. An flpericcce 

Mtapaay J firing Instilnlior 

ThtSunoiuii ralltj 
of Mr great io.| e i 
toning yc.ir. I u be 
Hrtd ■> the Utiiuti U 



J. H. WMtwontH, on Gold FUt, Ne.ada county, 
biB a Baldwin apple. Iron, only tbreo yonri old, 
growing- tbreo eropi of oppleial.Ie.( (baanmo limp. 
Tho iecood crop may mature, but tbe third nod 
lut will be quite opt to get nipped by tho wintry 
bin I.— Set ads. Journal J" 

Tobacco.— W. M. noIlSwuj, of PlncerTillo, bai 



Wo i 



und ocerybody All 

^^Krge croud orouod. ^"e cerlltlnlj Bppre- 
ci.li Ibe bind «il«,[iona of C*pt. Flynn, i. 
Princess, wbich mode our (tip o pleasant 



Tb» lias Qhl AityfcESDcno.— Froi 
May, tbe day our urmj left Fort Gibst 
3d of July, 1.1m. Grant's nrtillcrj Dre- 
ln( njllsilrj oi tbe rebels: Solid >l 
lb»ll, 72.3H; spherical csje, J7.S7S ; rounds of 
grape nod eandster, 3,763— loul, HI, 741. Of 



er, 131,! 



o fired (i 



ALLEN'S 

' "Livery & Sale-Stables, 

B 403 KEARNY STREET, Near Tlae. 
Hmm Boarded by ths Day, W«k, or Month. 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Buggies lo let. 



1ST 






EDWARD ALLEN. 



J. &. C. SCHREIBEB, 

DEALERS IN 

BEDS, BEDDING, 
FTJRjSTITTJEE, 



^^&d BED SPRINGS, of eiery site ; 
^■KIRLED HAIR; 

k^^Moasi tow; 
f BED-LACK; 
LI7E-GEESE FEATHERS [ 
Spring und Maltreat TWINE; 

fSnj-BndeDE'liTICKS, 

SHEETS, and 

COMFORTERS. 



gTJ L TJ , 

I SCHREIBEa'3 
IPuIu and Bedding Depot 

■LA*-3CIJE!!LI!l>;it - or.- tatrcin , ; ( i'ULU. I.'i il 



■KQ HUE'S 



f\0£s-'' : ■ ' 



n^^S| 



JNew Singing- Boole. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE/ 
10,000 

80LD IN TWO MONTHS. 

^£«*»<JU l<r, rcfa i t .,,ea fl ord. f , ln.Be 

A. KOHLER, 



i city, Sept. V, .1 tbe rulden 
]., by the Rev. Mr. Pietee, H. 
it of Plaecnille, to -Miss (Hut 
ilnetoa County K.Y. 



Tbe little God lo 



Andcbaogod fair Lolllo Walls to Lolllo Cbit> 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington streets, 
SAK FRANCISCO. 

Hub on band And for salo 

SUGAR PANS, 



FARMER'S BOILERS, 
DAIRY STOVES, 



Pressed Russia Mining ] 



PERFORATED RUSSIA IRON, 




For Quart, Screen,. 
















Iron Tubing, 








Ural! (.oodt. 




'jGU., 


E 



Mtonficmrera of tbo 

"Wroixg-ht-Iron 

"MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 
IR-^LVGES, 



MA.NTJJf'.A.OT'TJR.EHS of 

TIN, 



COPPER, 
ZINC, 



SHEET IRON, 
BRASS, 

JAPANED GOODS. 



All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

COAL OIIi LAMPS 
LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO— 

CHANDELIEES! 

One, Two, Three, Four, and Six Lights. 

O il si 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
SIACHIXERY AND BURXmo OILS, 

Comet Illuminating 
KER0S2NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE, 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE BY 

STANFORD BROS., 

M*NUFACTUftEnS AND IMPOHTEBS, 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



EVERY FAMILY 

Sewing Machine, 

And EVERY ONB Baying s SEWING M.V!lt:;i: 
SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 

Aiitli tbs MOST ECONOMICAL, and Ii 

ALWAT SATISFACTORY 

An Examination will pron (o any eno (hat 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

With lUnnmeroni Improvement, 

IS THE 3333ST 

Of all the lariom kinds of 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 



It. is XJnequaled 

la 1(9 simplicity and ease or management, 

AND THE STITCH 

— Alias on Bo(h sldei— all admen lodj-e to bo 

THE 01TLY FEHFEC: 

Stlteb for ALL Family Sowing. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From (bo lowest pilee to Ibo bltbett price, 

IS GUARANTEED 

Send for a Circular 

From Ibo OFFICE, 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 

SAA' F8AXCISC0. 

H. W. WADSWORTH, 



NEW COODSI! 

KIEBY, BYRNE & CO., 

DAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A LARGE SUPP LY O F NEW .GOODS, 

Comprising in SILKS, 

Klebsiella Antique ; 
Fanoy, Fluid and Plain Silk». 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Woe! Fantaul, Poplin d'Aragonr 
Plain Irish and Frooch Popllo ; 
Plaid do do do do 

Plain and Flg'd Ottoman and Merino. 

Rich all-wool Plaids, French de Lalio, 
Uohaln, Epingllne, Foulards, 

andoTeryTBrlotyof SEW DRESS QOODS, now wort 
In Hew V.tI:, Including tho popular, 

ROBE IMPERATRICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Everylhioe; Sen 

In Stylo and MalerlaL 

In FURS, 



Fur Me 


alilla,, 




Bu 
d Fur Col 


Tippet,, 

Vkl.-rhic. 

ors, and 


i- 


-.\vz m 


VE RECEIVED 



ZORIV, Sc CO., 

OEHERAL AGES13, ARD 

Comniissiori & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 



tor 

AGBIOULTURAL IMPLEMENT; 



pecUlljihrhnnlnipublloioglrollirmalitaL 
Spenlib, H(llbeauwemllalhnumilllnfla> e a 

ZORN & CO., 

SAN FRANCISCO 



HAYNES & LA.WTON. 

jqf) IHPOBMM OF « 

W CROCKERY, 4J3' 

, GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Itrllannla Ware, 



BOLE AQENTS FOR CALIFORNIA 
10 SAXSOMB STREET, OOftSER MEROFJANT 

MX FRAtlCISCO. 



WM. T. COLEMAN & CO, 

SHIPPING & C0MBI8SI0H MERCHANT* 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

Hew York and San Francisco. 



DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 
HADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 
AND HARKED WITH OCR NAME, 

iRrssa: r.iNET>ya, 

SHIRXIINrO LINEN. 
LINEN" SHEETING, 
Linen Dimuk. Cloth, nod Napkin^ 

And Linen Cambria Handkorohicfi. 
Additions hare nl?o boon mndo 



KIBBY, BYRNE & CO., 

• No. t .ilo lit !.':<> meiT, 

Near M«k«t, 
Ifoat door to Masonic Tomplo, 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUFAOTURBR8 
S« and Importer, of Ayn 

" HARNESS, " 

S addles, EridJos, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Hoe. 214 and 216 Battery street, 
SAW FRANCISCO, 

may haro. wo with It underlined lb.( itiboocb no km 
tho larse.t Wholesale S:.<-t In tbe ooonlry >mi 
Orders and lletnil CmlQme'i «,ll cocel.o oeerraiict 
lion and b.neflt that thsy can at .mailer c.tabltst 

FARMERS and others will do w«ll to et » oo t 
boforo parobailoir, aa tbe rate of Kutero R,ciaog 
intlioe. oj In offering goods ol RF.IiUCKD KATEi. 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 

TA0K9ON STREET, "^vj 
Afew deor..bo.o MonlEOmcry, BAR PKA\CI=0, 

FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST 0ONVENIEKT 10 THE 

Steamers' Landings, Business Streets, 

FIrccx or AmuNment. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, i 

WARM AND COLD SHOWER DATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS, 
Thoroughly genoyatod and Nowly Famished this 

sj.iw t.\ u<\ Hni.M »n:Ns niTiii- i.miiT 

and AIR Erery R^m Is fiirnlihod with n lir-t q,i ,li' 7 
fi,!ct,l s|,;m,..[.r,.,i ,„,| ||„ u ,|„ llr ., .j. tji . [,',,,.,.„,. 

mTs'isuKD poV [Li- booh"' numb " :l "' '"■■'' r 

■i-ii^A TALiLi;:..,;,, lk u , ln."bYCKr° 
Iamdelorroin.l II,. a [h„ i:.T,:iL v,t,t>>.AL shall bo 

pocu Hperlor to any like enjbli.h.n'eni in'iV^.-i.'"''^ 
•Ddihall aim tu merit i ™nlin«an;o ..f il,u , ..., u i, ^ 
l,,i-.,rir I,,. .r.j.ir.l L:r,',.|-„,.. | L wi |[ [.,. ,.,,,.,'. . i 
on TEMPERANCE PRINCIPLES. naue™ 

F. E.WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 and 420 JACKSON STREET, 
A few doors Wn» Mantsomi-iy, SAN FRASCISCO. 
ThUnre-oroorbulldlner^so™ mviy . ^ taoUs . a 

£n™ ,i* I ,n r c,,,,i ''"V J " , " r - Ic il " nl > !'»»" ■■ ''I -It 
■»'B» dlrUnce from Hit, prinripal place, ( .f aransomoot 

The City Railroad Cars Pass h Door. 



»m m. '"'■ or WMk * WB S0LICIT A "" 

F. E. WEYGAST, Propr. 

J™"™T.pftVr7t ™S^ 

..?':;■,".. '-".■■;. , , u ':;""■■-'■■"■ - ' ti: '' 'i"-r- '-:t,. 



HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

WHICH UA3 BTOOD mE TEST IN ALL THE 
prinel|«\ lluitl. In too Cllj- (. J I, D0 „ nH ,l by II,™, 
J ° n »«™oWn oer of Iba oo-bule.oinc [niredlanti to E l,c 
II coler and .ucnpb, t,ut will pra>0 by . | ri .j , b.», the 

ITATUKAL COFFEE FLAVOR ADD BTREHatH. 

Pioneer Steam CoQee and Spice Mills, 

SSO FRONT BTREET, 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 

Wl sum° N j| w York. I HEHH ^ H -. HE WLETT, 

JONES & HEWLETT, 

Imp ortere 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

—AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTUEAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 




Grain and Flonr-SaoiM, Baling-Ropa 
Powder, Oakum 

Snot ' Tar, 

Fuse, P : tchi 

Cordage, Rosin, 

Marline, Blocks, uara. 






jokes oiiuiwr, 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 

T.-M, ■..,_ !.■■■ ..! .! ..,,,.. ,.,,-. | ,..,..,,, ,,' | \ . = - , ! = ", ■-". .'',.■.,':.' ,',,' 

nnneMWT^ " Djcria « the BiUmnloo | r&u irhoU) 

DR. PEABSOH'S SEBYTNE 

SS«^'™ n 2, 1 T ,'" 1 l 1 * , ii 1, 't •»**•■"■-» ' temporarj 

■".i-|'|;tt.u'. ^i'I'fli-iiohs win 



Attention ^Hay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JUST BECE1VED, EX HECEHT AKRIVAL3. 
600 Collj ncperior Enitoni B ale-Rope, 



Wanted 



Wn' B U „ a rof"n.°Sj™^^L°t^^^ charl£ 



JA11E3 FKAHaoH, '■ 



HE O aTl IPO jEySJ^JTAjO£E£ 




i^WEN BROTHER, 

WHOIEBAIE AHD B3TAIL DEAISES IK ^pg^ 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY U^ES 

GEOCEBIES, 
W Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

03? EVBBT KINO, AT I.OW FRXOHS. 

. TBa |0 , hB ntetloa of our (lock of Good.. M.OJ. articles are prepinj, 
SPECIALITIES', for out 



OLD JAVA COFFEE, *"><! • 



other choice kinds. 



rentes! care, for Family Das. 



PRESERVES, J.IIK ""■. »"' d »""■ "' "" BM "' 

BPIOES l„.™.r»bl. .ml Br ...ry .... SIRUPS °. lb. mj >b.l««. 

nl ,TTtrR JIl CHEESE fr™ l!>« most celebrated D.lrie.; nl.a, eb ol ccal Euua, 

SELECT W?NES "n! LTQUORS. «,. <„, ,.,.., »k~ J" *»* » - >. 

SE " b|M . Ih( ,, th„t aojtto cholco Table Wines, eta, or Tor Medicinal purposes, coni 

upon *hur «< i °B»r <hcuv SPANISH ObjyES, of superior qiulitf 

B0NELE "„E»Ki«™ ™it rlasaW ..,.*,, » .., Cb,» .. ^gyw. 7 

i,oisra'-wos.a?E3. : 



nl thou-oslF,, 



pal fortb bo e!or]Dti 

eration. There was no precedent lor inch n prt 
ceediug. II was rush, undignified, unferain.n 
end all that. Whet would people Fay ? BulSli' 

Id the simplest war "she brought bnib ber molbi 
and father 10 her way of thinking. "I belie™ I 
sited my life," she said, "and lame poor Ihit 
if I cannot risk n. little dlBtomfort lo help «•■■ 
hi». Laura will go with mo. Ob, mama, I wl: 
to doit; I ought to do it. I saw him all maimed 
and bleeding, and for mi 
■ nngratelul?" 

So, although there was co precedent, Mis Da 
ley was suffered lo bo human. The physician a 
plauded her «tal. "Ob, I am only girinR him 1 
own again," she said smiling sweetly. Of cou.ee 
she grew fond of ber patient; I shall mako no 

Tuna he would gain pity, and perhaps care and 
aminos thought. Having the head of his adored, 
be taighl apeedily cooni on her heart; and then 
be could afford a wooden leg, If need be. 

Then Mr. Stafford was certainly a man worth 
thinking or more than a little. Ho was a hand- 
Borne fellow; and thoogh his reason was astray h< 
esid things thni did noi displease the lady. Hi 
talked mocb of Ibo cold and stately heaoty of Ibi 
Park, and wondered if bis will conld erer mel 
her. Then she redoubled ber care, lor she cook 
not bear to think he ebonld not some day see hli 

There Is nothing in the world like the beaulifo 
detotlna or a woman to tbe sick. She feels oi 
toll, nor pain, cor timid terrors. If sbe hove grie 
she bides it, lest it add one fe.ther't Bright to th 
aHlictiocs of her charge. Her conrsge rues a 
her hopes recede. The grim specter that borer 






nod gen 






it kindly office soothes 



Tain. There is a xisdum a 
if yno Sptalt of soy. Sbe 



Toil 



tfU- 



lence. Her del 
1 arts of comfo 
M might updy 



nee of .igil.r. 

ooger tbso lb 
is (.aritj of ci 



ought V 



ifily, bul not softly enough. 

' \od what could you hi 
thuught — I (bought it 
nnd I IhDupjbt it was a pity I should nei 
the ommri unity of proring thut I was bet 
d ; for 1 do not like to be tbooght I 



,.il,' "I 



kind 11 



done; you know that Bui you du not kno.i 
Iball now love jog Getter Limn anything and 
thing clsf In the whole world." 



"What, Mr. Stafford, a cold barsb thing tike 



"Be good to mo again." 
"Bui thai last la true," mnrmnred tbe j 
8 »ljTe l " LDa ' lj ' 

"Wail, let me think a moment," and sbo 1 
back and closed her eyes. She bad played c 

now. She tried, as the half doien preced 
sentences show, hut failed. 

"I knot yoo saved my life," sbo presently ■ 
smiling gently, "and I did the little I coul. 
help sure yours. I do believe Ibai per Imps 

iw lell mo, wbat do yon think 



Ibis radiant rrdedi™ of hope end tiosi— tbl* 
outpourii ;: of all that oatoie, lofty ood Hue. can 

Dial Ilia ben logoard III .YuJrthcu'ebouas re- 
stored it 10 yoo— when the peril Is pan and jnu 
~— wllh no III of yours to bind ber sympntby- 



laket 

the graTh nguln, if ynn jjir 

Mils Laura cim- dnili v. 

anilely for 3ialT,.r.1' J <,-.;..■ 

If not m deep, as Julia's. 



The day after the accident 5lr, Tim 
Mij; l..i..ir,iVlawl«Vfat lusher u.' a 
llr. SLuiToru's parlor. Mi !: . Julin • 

Ti.nroorton was much eiciled. SUIT 
tionwns predion., nod ,n his deliri 
fused to recognlie bis Irlcnd. As 

'fnHrom hit" m"""' '""' *'*" "'*" 
"Poor llr. Tim ' 



[ of 



they will say at hot 

"Certainly, yonn 
"1 think papa km 



one agalu, Hiss Duitley said, 

"I see Laura." ' 

"And there le Fred," said Harry, "on the Con- 

nrse. They see os." 

"And they ate coming tn us." 

"They may come now, but had thoy come ear- 

!r— •' and llr. Stafford made a mock Ihreaieainr 

Mi | !'. D * ! * ,BT P" ul « l y fli, l not blush, ool; 
Salutations passed asthoeqneitrlani drew neat 
Mr. Timmcrton was beckoned lo rcculre a whis 
: Irom Mr. StoBnrd. 
'Fred, I cnu nerer thank ynu onouah." 

•Wbuforr t»/io™.«o 

■Why, for keeping n\ray for an hour." 

'Oh, my boy, you needn't thank me, I did It k 



n r - ui;i m i-i u niUNVi ""''" ■..,,-...,■.. . 

'S ISA.BBi.L-ft- AMD OAXAWS^a. WIWEB, 
Mb Spa.kl.ns and Still, oipeeially for Family Use. 

oecei-arle, ryt.l-l.ed hy .he Owejir. £°Ulto o« Wb w ^ ^^ ^ ^ p]) 
V. ZmU mSTX&i* and^"amh, and Good, .ent u, aa, part of lbs oily pro.ptl,, 
Oor friend! 



bars their noods not i.j the i 



us ■Till be attended to with the > 

BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery street*., 
Ban Franciico, 



UtlANCll STORE— Hunter street. 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 









BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
CENERAL IN SURA NCE ACENCY, 

FIBE A.']Sr D LIFE. 

OFilC E— Xortliwest Corner Montgomery and Sacramento street, 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE IDEjP^RTJVIEJVT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OB NEW "S"OB.B;: 

Partly nuiuaf. The cnly Slot* Company nt Aiuriea when Charter protida thai all the profllsied 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 

■!!■.>. -ijl-.r.n,d.;.lm; II *:---'■ "I IJir.v-T. lur .iL-t .mi .tviiu 
.■ :,]^'.'-. i ■■■Ml.''.' -rn^.lun. M.i.'i'.^i tl i. nhil h.iu,-l 



.u^.JI.J 









THE HARP OF FEEEDOSI 

nor dtjzern, |3 per ItO; punn;c lcoalncA- 

KUTH : A SACRED CANTATA 

i'r'' 1 "'''.'!''-^"'. :... '"■' :lr\'', : '''i"l\'','-'.'r'""'''',', 
7 ,.. jn ... r'ri- — ,, .„-rc.,T. T'.aii-Vij!.,*!! p.T IIW^ Lou, 
■X ccnti, (SO per 1O0. 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

c.Ti'.-.lr,- ~l r ■■-.-, i l fur,- i r.r.l l.rni],., .l,-.| ; - nc d f„ r l0 ^„ 

|T..Vi :,,:, , ■■,,', I. I.--- r-,-!M|^. I ' T I ■ " ■- 1„ [..^..V r .,l-r 

THE ATHEN/EUM COLLECTION 



mrac 



r joi 



jelfj" 



said Laura soft!,, ' 
arerdi.trei.beiidol 



kerchief. 

Timmerlon brightened dlrectl,. lis 
lhnu K ht, oh, he nag sure, Katrj would i 



Any hody that ebonies may guess what lbs: 
8t three mystic utterances Implied, hat 1 the 
)i eiplaln iliem. 

The handsome font looked Tery knorrinRly 
10 another. Now ool a word bad passed Irl 
ie sisters, yet! rerlly belle ru thorn wee bo s 
ret between Ibem at that moment. There eiif 
uiuOKwomen a telegraph too fioe lo ba ever ma 



15 the policy holdc 

of sondlne applications lo Hon York. 

ry, and transit to and from (ho Stiles lo Califoni 

Premiums or added to polio j . 



be dim'ded pro ru 

Polialoj Iwnod at this VHnnor iritbout tho nsua 

Residence in California, OrOROB, and Norada 

rrltbout eilra charge. Diildenda applied to pjyr 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF HARTFORD, OOKN : 

Iiestdenco in Californin Froo of eilre. charge. 

This Company declares BO pur cent Dlfidends annually, and the Assured can If ho deilrcj giTO a nnMll| 

Bmks and Paiopblel ■ cootalnlnt; Full detain of tbo system nf Lire Insoranco, can bo had ar Ibo Agency. I 

The Chenpest anS Boat Life Insurance Company in the World 1 

FIRE OEI^j^RTMjEjVT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OB HARTFOSD, OOTQTST: # 

ASSETS, $1,000,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITT OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 



$1,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for §340,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insnrance Co. Park Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insurance Co. Phenix lira Insoranco Co. 

Park Tire Insurance Co. 



Board of References : 

FRED'K BILLIN09,E«q. J. P. FLINT, E*q., 

HENRY CABLTUN JR., uf Flint, Pcabodv & Co. 

of W. T. Coletnsn & Co. LODIS McLANE, Esq., ' 

ANDREW B. fORRRS. Esq., or WoIIr. Fa-go k Co. 

or Forbes ft Rabouck. O. B. POLUEUUS, E;q. 

JOHN K. RKDINGTUN. Esq., of Atsop & Co. 

of Redirtglar. &, Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

J. D. KITTLF,. Esq., Sbo Francisco. 

of Dcwiit, Kitllo & Co. 



Why should a [rcmulous touch of Lisn Da 
band rtitore bis confidence 7 Hot it surely did I 
"And poor Mr. Stafford I" said Laun ulf. n ' 

;.7r,.,d,lnl f.,rlii-t i. !r ,l|nfss. "Uli I Ih,n l,r:il,l, 
terrible fill I" ' 

A deitetoui Idea possessed Mr. Timinerlou. 

"And to thick," ho mid, "11 might hayo been 



"It Is Ibo Wedding Slni 
Nobody else spoke q q i 
■ uddenly flashed across 1 

ruJ.lv ir.-itri their he",, 
l,..:uned, upr-nlv l,llin i: ui,; 
tlionnbls in il,„Ui .p|.y in,, 
etlik-it, L., ,:!..., .;. .be,.. 



ip. At l!r. Dodworlb's 

ch,"s'nld Mr. Titntnerlon. 
naeilthu Snnli K lit that 

in., four T.>UH|InlC..i. ■» 
J-., .lii.1 (..111. t. r..j=J.l ...[■ 

, and.ni it B lo.v t -d 1 



.1,1 the fl 
ill.i uf I 

radise. 
libtral with 



mid only Instl Wohi 
.iy- Miu«,tl,ed their way a „d 
tvery comfurt from the beginlug. Ther, 
e, Ihe ruur or th™. Let u, B |« tbem it,- 
,-or end tuy good-hy while the r.dlanl in 
:Eiill enfolds ibem. 



VOOAL MUSIC, 
With Piano Acojimpanimant, 



Waters' Cheap Husio for the Million. 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY&CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 



Wholesale and Retail Uepot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

Where ho "111 be bapi.y In rocoWo erdorj, und etnocill- 
■nar from bl. frlonih,, n nd tbe patrons of too late 

~"ile Is tally prepared to furnish th™ at Iho rory 'low- 

,:.. Wh..l.-i.il... .Hi, I Hi ill i'rkiM, ,„.! o.c.y I'l, .,.,,. 
' -"- warranted. Send fu, D «erl r ,llvo Ci.culurs, und 

SIBERIA OTT, 

720 Broadway, New York City, 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

The bet PLaao-Sieol In asu. Iron column ul r „, 
fullr -arrantod. Gulo A B eney nud D BB0 (. The trade' 

Bootman's Pianoforte Tuning Soalas, 

— SOMETHING NEW- 

S.ndJ ra D«*ripa, D ^t C uI.r. l \"ro t dr;'Xulu^ 
BlUBniA OTT, 
1(1 ^nleAjennj audDoimt. 



Twenty-five Cents! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery' 

No. WO CLAY STREGT...SAN FRANCISCO- 
FOK SO OBNTS. 

ALL STTL63 OF FANCY CASES OH LAR0E SI^ EJ 
proper tic bo to I y lun, nod ..arriiuleJ Ihe be* 

Pliotograpbs Tor S3 per DO!" 1 ' 

Lanro-sitsd Pboioirruph. the same horotifon^J 



Den-are of Iiuposters I ! 

W- The rnSllo ere ootlflon tbm this Is the ..uly I"' 
the jpaiemenl wllh GEOKttE II JOllKSOKeutU" 



S. W. SHAW. 
r»orti-ait Fainter- 

Number 10, 3d floor,' llorcnntilo Library bulla"' 



BA 



THE CALIFORNIA. FAEMBB. 



47 



jV o t; i c e to F a r m e r s ! 




WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 



FIFTEEN ACRE3 PSE DAY 

vol CDDltTUetloB. ItMH.lhoOroll 

'Tho Won" to |. rwli.se =oon G u moil 

D. & H. A. WINTER, 

630 MARKET STREET. 



GROCERIES, 

WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, 

For Cash Only. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market , Battery, and Bush, streets 

SAX FRANCISCO. 




JERSOSS.oTidnior. 






SAN FRANCISCO, 



CELEBRATED FEACEHAHEB STOVE, 
For Wale Uy 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 



BREAD-WELL & CO'S 

LIST OF MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARV EST O F 1863. 

«o,„_ . , MOWERS: 

,.„. UNION M01VJJK. ■ ■■ F.ldm. CuulBcB.r. 

OnMBlsEDMOWEBS AMI REAPERS: 

: ELF-R*KE REAPER. 



HARVESTERS: 

i, FAI'.MLIl.- I'HIKMi 1I1.ADLHS W( 

STEAM THRASHER: 

OWEN'S, LAKE, DVBK A C0'.'= Bntlnn«oia»D 

THRASHERS: 



5 SWATIIERS, HEADEB 



■■■ ''I. 33,oorl 36Mc : n 
do do 
h> Thrubon 



^«*" a OIl ! 5E,p0ffER8 AND a TEAM-ENGUNES' 

fff"" F« ibiuui'" Wni " D "'*> F«H'<."* Etiar,'. PaleatS-eopud i„,j non-row,. Smm-E 



fc - 



HAY-PRESSES: 

(JOVE'S, a.od [1WBRS0LL'3 lUj-Pratra. 
EXHU CA9IINQ3 for tbo tbo.* Hatblne,. Re It Id (-Robber and L«.ther-»H ,|„ t 

TREADWELL & CO,. 



u la tiiriu-illt u-J 



^-'r^- ' 




eoli-oly dinioet fnlra (he Holal. thouftfa oponlni 

ELBGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 
A> noil u Sioiili Roomi Tar Troniienl Patrons. 

The location of this IIuioi in uniurpmred. nuriooklni 
tbo B»t, and irivea ono of lbo en0J[ pioiprnte, *[tl 
riaw*ar Oar cutlr- flly nod Urn Ti™nJir,: (-..Hi;. 



GOLDEN EACLE 

JgllOTEL^'^^ 

Corner Seventh and K streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



17*. 



&{jrn(tl)er]>. 



8REAE, BREAK, BBEIt. 



On thy colt) gray i 

And I wuuld tbnl a,; 

Tho thoughts Hit 



»k, break, break. 



.t (bo foot or thy erags, o 



Will nam romi> back to mo. 

i /1, „ „..„,„, 



sugblbobuiy it 



itlsfiod m 
f>[l4bl«n*u . 



•ose. la and from (bo Hotel to (ho Rollroad 
Steamon. at all llnjof.Frceor Choree lo Iho 
If tbo Hotol. Hotel upon nil night. 

nested >lth the Hotol L. n Flro-prwf STABLE 



W...<B : '& 



Ho. 126 S an >ome street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK....SAN FRAXCISOO. 

General Ai-onu for tho Panics Cooa, 

DEALERS IN ALL KIND3 OF 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOOSE-FORNISEIISG GOODS, iC. 
BOLE AQ-EINTB POE 

HALLER'S m, 

UPatorit AJLT-tlglit S 

FRTJIT.JARS, 

Tbo only ab,ololely rellabln Jar In use. 
■doily* jTotia Block. No. 123 Sansomo street 




EAGLE HOTEL. 

—Lain Woodford's Hotel— 

P ACHE CO. 

j«t THE UKDEBSiaNED.HAVTNOTAKEN 
|D tho above named «oll-kni>« q and |«inulat no- 
ttft (el, nnuld Klpcelfullr Info.j, tho (rarolinc 






.- of a!. 



. Tbo I 



It (boiOUxhlj refilled. 

air II sell adapted in every icincct lo (bo re- 

A Livery 8tablo 
noted olth this IlotoL Ilonei and carriages 

A Daily line of Stages 

Pacboco »i(h Marllnoi, Ban Poblo, Oakland, 
lo, Clayton, and iho Coal MInot. 
.■co, Judo 20. 1S63. 

J. I>. SHIRTS & CO. 



Buna lo tho t 
Thogonllowcrt 



If jou laro ul 


ers, tbej will lovo you. IF j 


peak kindly lo t 


em, tbcj will tpcak kindly 


ou. Lor* is rep 




aired. Would 


<rou bear jneet nud pleisa 


cbo«, ipcak sb 


Mir and plouanntlr vouraelf. 


Adsih*l Foole 


a last intelligible norda wer 


I Ibank Cod for 


II tan goodness to me— for 



hia loving kinkocBS to me. I thank him for bii 

Sruraos sots, tbo ladies do not aet ibeir caps 
for thu BCQilumen aoj- more. Tboy spread their 
boopj. 

formed In tba great drama of life? "I miod my 
own bosinesj,'' wna lb a rep Ij. 

"Patbiok, whoreisBrldget?" "J D dnde, ma'am, 
ahe'a fast asleep, looking; at lbs hrtud baking." 

Sn-in proposed to pat a mi on femalo benulj, 
aod to lenvs everj Indy to rate her own cbnrtnt 
He said the lai would bo cheerfully paid, aod bo 

ModMtj in woman le liko color on her cheek— 
decidedly becoming, if notpuj on. 



Imnorlant to Ik Traveling Public ! 
AMERICAN~ HOTEL, 

BENIOIA, OAL., 
TlminiiH ltromlcy, Proiirtclor. 






MAN'L-FACTUItES BEST OF FAMILY S0AP8 
! * ,, *' "wmer "f Mam aod Pic19o itroata. 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

'f "'" | i l '" ,k "'"''^" ,, " l; '" ! ' 1 '- C.olr.l Vtaac Rj] 



■ uhiorlpuun u bo jadd I, 






■i-11-.r.^n, , ;,,„..„„,';, ,,.',,.., ,',;',. 
■■ ' ■ j'"^.-"'- 1\" ■-■--■. ,.■ • 



AMERICAN HOTEL. 

Ill 



tomaleb. 

rK;.uiT-i'![iin.i[ hi;i;. i.r.i 



A CARP. 

. period of ten years bos elapsed since lbs sub- 

ar proper lies of ibeir Paient Ajr.lu-grcaae. 
At first their invention made but alow progress, 
ut ihnuks to tbo liberal and nppreclaiivo spirit 

ithitnnding the many spurious imitations, which ' 

A-L AXLE-UItEASE- bos nnw ocquired an 

r.j-ili ) l.r.-ndH, ,.| California, UrSi.'i.D.d !bo 

dBbboringTorrttorlM. ' " *• ' 

Hut wliitit lbs .-i]h st Hberi return tbc-ir grateful 

l:ii»ivl':«l«i.n].:ril.i Ui i, ,li.T,T[,inj- |., if, lie, who 
iv, ;iJ lurcMyrmi i-mii*,,.! ,]„.„,, ibuv n!so unite in 
i;. n.-rnl l,iiii,.„| ! iii,,r 1 ul ihc prutratlL-,1 diffi.-iiflii.s 
v.ln, 1, cni.rujL. ... .,: ( ,d „„ r „„ ri i l,:,p,iy U [id envied 
loud. TBe supply of r,i,v material i t0[ ,i Ibe K.i-l 
-- "g in tonjcr|iieoce lu-eti omiielv tut off, Iho 
libera turned their nttention to the substitu. 

ter applying every meuna BUggwted by the' 
n application of tho siieueo of Chemistry, 
vera reluclumly eompolled to Ibe concision, 



for rViinv" !', l , r ;;!;',.. "' "" ';" ,iKn npp,j ' 

"'''''V^iun^tlk ' 1 "*™"" 

thito nny of tbo /pn'riott* coal-oU "varielie" 
i may hereafter bo Imported. 

HC0K8ft LAS1I1ERT, 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IStPORTEilS AMD DEALERS IK 

Pure How York, Jlo*ton, and Hew Jewey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

■ prior qulltr. p 0fB ,|, bl ' b ,''pipJ. 
procedentodly loir. 

Corner or Front it. and Bromlwar, 

SAN FRANCI&CO. 



C. E. COI.LIK8, 



American Watch Factory | 

^ WATCH HEPAIBIHQ 1 

raAT NEW YORK PRn.'i:s >0^\ 



Italian and Common Bees, 







ICE.or.ddiouEOITOIt of IWtt. 



^ THE OALIFOBNIAJAMBB 



s\i SteMs. 



Wholenaio Pioduca Rnpoitv . 
■ rt^u ibo pri=a P«i.l by ihenVaW " lh. VW«w 



TM Grab 



and Frodoeo Market bu csptneoeeC >"" 
„ for tbe last week. B««iP" of *" kl ° di 
,ss of domind, Wheal bivio 5 • ^H"™"- 1 -' a 



t declin 



j Hsy write freely ai 



1™ S» of"«l«"l1ow« figure.. P"«W« «• "'" > 

OureiporUareMfollows: Tb.sb,,. II, .11. -I 
(st M.lbource, tool: S.000 bf-sko snd S,W0 qr-.k i Hui 
IS SSI to Wheal. 10.07T .k. O.u. The .hip lind 
for pools Arooej, u»k SOU bf-tha and 1,000 qr-sl 
Floor, sod « A" 1 " Qaiekiilmr. 

Onr receipts of Produce from am and Ibo Bay tin- 
our hul report I*™ been u WW.: Wheat «>« 
.t. Harlir ll li«uk-. ii n ui',oi:i--j.. Horn MM qr-sk . 

..... .- ■.'. ...II.. I'. 

tutu, Pol*l«s4I8 At, Corn 331 iks. \J 



BY CONTINENTAL, tBL.EGH.APH. 

DATES TO SEPT. 18- 

Geo. Gllrnnre, in no official conimunlenlioo, 
S , JS that 3fi pieces of artillery w«o wpl^td on 
Morris IjrSud, and that il is not impossible" lout 

though no longer of use Lo the rebels, 
does nul appear to li.™ been mkon J"- rn «f 
ill fight dcapoiftlcly no uoobi lo prorent out Of - 

Ibettho bare announcement 
,nd honored whoro Anderson 
I would ring 

,|- Hi,-.. bujiM. 
The RicbuJCiil ]!..|..-.l.!i 



ruins, became tbej fo^l 
ent ibnllUabaokagaiD 

{Tall Cbrisieudom Ibo knell 

Bib eajB: A 
rnbo led Ohnrleslun on Friday snjs 



Tho; 



II 111 ill 



Cbnrloaion a-ould not bo. Our informant 
presses bis opinion Hint lbs ironclads would o 
gel out of Ibo harbor if they once got in. 

Tbe Tribune's special despaicDcs say: 
liking; of ibo Cummioga's Point batteries br 



BASCHE & SONS, 

PIANOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, fro., 

ftr*silLB»nd.»fRB8T. «„i-„,od Sbnei 



fo "o nlVfir |,. , f..l| 1 . B i..(0..-..l,in-«N..n. i \ ,.. ,n „r„ 
Piano Flul* and Pi.on, Violin ami Untlar, Halo end 
QnlUr. Haas and Oaliar, Bra" Band small and largo, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



THE SPLENDID 

Full Blood Durham Bull 

MASTER 

BUTTERCUP, 




txaBw&£$\ 



. I-'.! 7--i 









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p B » 3 l M 






















































aumiui Siuub 


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fc-rlcflib IC']n.,!i,i~r. ..SVJ 

IF' ■l;..-.lr. ..-■r... .. ; li-''.,N,i i'," ..,.)!! !! . 
•lg imD«ed .. fita.. Sol CmrsA- 

T'lmood fa.. ldOinni.. nil 

Lcbi-j*. S^ClinB ., 



Tiuljji.. ..*e). LL"."; ..'lUS^-jIiti'].. ■■Cjill- M3 7, 



b/nil 
nr 


horiij c 


Hi..- IT. ji 


cm of Hi 
I, or fu 


l" nil 


J St-.l.-i; 
u ffonies 


























io°fl 


illerj o 


d 3U ponl 


ons, verj- 


loirs 


urea, and 


Th 


M.:m]:l 


a Bnlktln 


bas ndTi 


II fro 


m Arkan 




the 3d. 










llnu Little 


llwl;. >■ 














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slieSUtii 


slant, kil 


DgB 


d wound- 


St- 


urns ftom IBT tuw 


s in It. 


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Hep 


bllcnn) 


nr GoTcro 


r J -1, "i.i.j 










fivo-eigblbs of tbe 




















<■ liL-KiCir 












.i lb-M lb, 


rebels ha 


a sit 


















Hill ral 


oad iron, 




















lit 


a. Glim 


TO bas be 




















'i'b 


■ '■1-iNt, 


E'tl-,,.].. 


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plnre 


d at Bali- 



Splendid Orchard 

FOB SALE, 

is—ft BY REASON OFAOIIaHOK^g 
ffim of. B»in« lbo__ r .„r *» r, ; r ,„n 



Fifteen Thtrauand Trees, 



At aleaaniraOMSn COITAQE HOUSE, flao Barn 
Knurr rtrnv if hi B li Mt an-l talon, a bandomo Oar 
Ln^tbrlon,,,, ;r ,i.,. [■; "-; ""'^"bo 



tbo follonii 

3,un0 Apple, 
1,000 "' - 



C.Q00 Peach, 
1,000 Pear, 
1,000 Apricot 
1,000 Vnrii 



1,000 Grnpc 

Tbo Crop of Frail thl. year la ««'l« n ^ »»*» "»' 
-jrolm'jr «.julJ dn woll lo Diamine ibo tiro bard, now 
i fall frail, M it »ould bo an asinran- "' "■' '' 

1 VlTLE PERFECT. A f' w " 1 i ru, '"' > ° or T ' Q '^J7~o "of 
Srw™taSIlG'«i boon AW. For all nartlc- 

■jlnr... ilI.].,---. ho l-Mitor uf me F*nMaa. gl-3m 



Splendid Farm for Sale, 

THE FARM IS SITUATED Itf COfJTB^ COSTA 
Counlj, boinconoof ibo mol henlthy icrtlon. or 

tbe Slate. It eonsisU of II! acres af land, with anorel 
t stream of goad "alor runnlnc tbrongti Ibi 

farm. The land Is suitable for i-boal, barley, corn 
line, polatooj, olo-i roaced irllh. OM-board fence nni 
dded nl into ronvenioal lou, all bor-tlght. A cmKl 

llooie, nlth nil oontonloncos, lalhtd and plutored. 
urn and liable, corral, elo 600 French and Gorman 
aporlcei, mo yean old, con»lstin K of good varieties. 
»d lardoo, (ultablo for raising .ocolablou al all sos- 
morihojoari tno noodwollaof roll water. AWar- 
nty Deed irill bn ciroo u tbo title ii perfect, being 
Talenl from tho Hoilcd Slates Tbeia is a t-ood land' 
jt for sblppioit grain near by, whore boats of 60 Innl 
udoa land roeularly. There Is a ichool one and a 
larlor nilloi from tbe homo. Fur particulars and 
rms, which are liberal, Inqnlra of Col. Warren, ed- 
irof Ihii paper. lB-3m 



TRAVELING. 

PEOPLE, Sill 

OPPOSITION 

STEAMSHIP LINE 

FOR NEW YORg 
VIA NICARAGUA. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES,! 

750 Mies Shorter than any other Bowtj 

Tub fast m-l {amrite donbi. A 
aginn sioamihlp 

MOSES TAYLOR, —- 

1.BO0 Tuns, 

J. H. BLETHSN CobduiA,! 

Wlllbodlspatohedfor ^= 

SAN JUAN DEL STJR. J $ 
From Mission street Wharf at 9 o'clock a. A 
OnSatnrday, October 3, Ujg 

Ooancotlnj at QRErTOffK nitb Iho splsnjn j 

ILLIWOI3 



Far funber InfoiiaailoD 



Pacific Mail Steamship Compani 



A. LARGE and FliVE 

Farm for Sale. 



A 



THE UNDEBSIONED NOW O 



PACIIECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 

MTHE OHDEKS1QMED DESIRE TO CALL 
to M,.-ntl,.;,..: il„- |...:.jilu (.1 (.Wni Cu.-.n ca„ij-, 

THEPACHECOBARLEY-MILL. 



A NEW GANG PLOW. 

EVESY KIHD OF CA5TTJSQS, 
Wi C ™ u " , Vo"'d' : '"'i aJ T' a'" com '" ^, '■""Mj *dt h «b« 



ilubteen head of nbl, 
-in nveiajn of 25 Ibi 

S, Saoramoolo Citi 
r-.ini,. Feather Blvc 



Apply to JULIC5 WETZLAB, 
OEOBliE A.JONES " 

' SAMUEL IJ-HAWVIX. 
B-lm 4a»Montgomer*-sli 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Commliislon Me reliant s- 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

jTtONSTANTLY ON HAND, A FULL AND COM- 

CORDAGE. 



t6AV" 



.., lliss., ihi„ ... 

nd iJ.uOij.ooo m pin- Hi- troops al Link- u.,,-1- ' * n ' rartltular site, loocib, or doseripilc . 

The cavalry and mnunled iDfaotrj of Hie Six- MANDFAOTUBED TO ORDER 

eenth Army CnrpJ, under Gen. Carr, ol Corinth, At ibnrt aotlcs. 
iaTo been nciWe during tbo past week, going as TWDBS & CO.. 

r™S"™s*;;V»"":: d :".5'. b .:^.:l _j» 

og Itoddy. Id tho cicinity of J 
sbel malls were captured. 

ALtavenwnrlb dlspaleb sayl 
il laal BccounU, woant Fori Gi 
ilort for Fort Scotl. In tbo te 



«d mo™. Tver's Compoand Extract Sarsaparilli 

HO OHE HEllEBy 13 MORE HEEDED 
compalgu ' 






North Point Dock Warehouse, 

Cm be nncirsd lo this well known Wareboau on tbi 
Flour, and (,t>>. r i, .-^"i-..- Vr'~W.° "* '"' "'*'' 



nnicripiswo 
r.'d*. Tbeli 
rilmbk. M 



■'ll I'l-ti:;.- l...|J 4 mrteriof uperallonl di 
t Tbe liosnokn. with dates from ILiTana I 

tbo oalb of alliKJ.,,,,,. ti,,, '| 






Juartt Goiernment, 







GOD HADE HAH, AMD JUS HADE H> 
dod maJ^ {tea. nr.J bco. nud, II„ 00 y 



JACOB ZEOH 
FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 

41.6 Ii^^i.K.^B'r STREET, 

T nEBEBT GIVE NOTICE TO THE PBBLIO 

"mroHnYbii" t tho^Onitoil Slat»7 "° d bl "^ ' 
mo™n3'rM "'elm'"!'!? 1 ? ^ " '" lbn,t " i ' i ' %Dl 



Information Wanted, 

P. S-Th. „ M! .I"" ,' if ' d l[ k - °"^ N n 



ept. ■»— CONSTITUTION, 1. T. WMklM, Col 
tpU He— ORIZABA. Geo. U- Bradbury, CommioJa. 
epl. 93— GOLDEN ACE, Win, F-LopHjc, Commuda' 



California Steam Nav igatjori Compiuij; o'«l 

Davrtxri daily /ron BrMrfcoy eaar,', al t o't/oci, f.l et 1 
OARBYUia DflTBD STATES UAH. i ,°f 



undayi oacopled), Iron, flrt*M 
il Ihii i- ii ii. .Ui.ii I.n.i.lli.;, 



CHANGE OF DAT FOR RED SLUFF. 

11 Ml! iuTlli.ir il, ■[!,■.-. II- .1, i.ra.-r:, „l [!;-: <M,',,n1i f 
Ki..l,-,.ll,.i, i.'i.i.il in, -..|U in., I:,; llirolrij,- J r "■i-.-i lo SB tak 

urday. 'fStahf R""S e ^rcry''diiy Ua ' "*' « ^ P" 

|,'i.r l...!..li[ „r |...--.:-.i lij nni il" ii-- '.I ..-■' '■"'■''' ''[il* eni 



W, K. MIUER'S EXPRESS i ;;; 

jya^SjsiTo Silver Mountain and, lh( 

ff^-^g Tlrglnla City, T ei 

FaHlnetb^agh- Q( ,, 
lUpTrM Grove, Hlletiy'j Slatlon, 

ay* a, on.ur , 

Tha aboTO Eipresa will iraultivoly loaro MUHPElj . 

o'okek, n. .0 , fur I Ii j ai„iv., ii.i.,.,',| |.l„.-o.«. «»«P»j , tb[ 

parucouerfl br Slnte M -^iliir V-.ll.-i U'> mil--' Ii {"' (t . 

11,,-iir,.- I.J j=...l.|k- Ir.iin [.., ^,|.-,.-,- ',]-: i, 1.1- '-'"■. 

:,rriv„„ : „. ;i|„r .M.,.,nl.ii„ Tu, .k, - ,. Tbni«l»JI.«» Wl 

Siil.ir.-(,.i-.,, il! [,■,..[!. 0, 

31 W. K MILLER, ProniliW- 



HOLLOWAT'S PILLS AND OINTMENT -n 

I Bm 
CAN ALWAYS UF, OBTAINED OF run 

CRANE & BRIGHAlfti « 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 

Corner of Front and Clay stcW^ | 

SAN FHAifCISGQ, GAL. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY) 

BOLB IMPORTERS OF THE 

Han O^iientin. Salt 

Ilaio tho Lnrseit Slook anil Bast AssortmW 1 
On the PaolEo Coast, 
OoniistlOB, In pari, Of tha followloi- kinds: 



300 loot SAN QUENTIN BOCKj 
400 do OARJIBN ISLAND; 
ailO do SANDWICH ISLAND and OALff"* 
N(A SALT. 
All the abo.e wo will sell at the, Lewes 



lb i 



.VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO. SEPTEMBER 35. 1863. 



NUMBER 7- 



Sjf* toitatia $atra$r. 



■ USEFUL SCIBSCES. 



OOLOtlEL WAREBW. 



, HJHL1SHED EVERT FRIDAY HORNIMO. 


many people " in town " > 
headway. 


od tba Fair under 


BY I. K. PHILLIPS & CD. 




I«3 t -n7nUl.rortmri-«,H;rorrtimraU.^SWl For 
^.CttJ utacrilsen.JellMmi by anler, 19<t emu ■BMBlwr, 


Is bring held on the grou 
clely, eastward of the town 
medians aod veil arranged 
cated on the grounds, a ma 


da of IbB County 
which an very c 
The Pavilion it 

all departments, 



» Pachrco Vallef. 



lords with a| 



ng. ■ 

3} o'clock r 



R CALIPORHIA FARMER, 



REMOVAL. 

Clay street [2d story], below Batlery, 
e the RaiUnad House. 

ilaco Bay District Fair at Paohcco. 






r to be nrst rate, and the locomotive 
ong glibly till «t reach terra Brma 
. holds op at about n half-Bay station 
i some produce destined for the city (of 



The 



'.iced o: 






lone "tin" or a few feel. Wo run through 
to ol oak, and cultiraied patches where putnp- 
■ and otber produce could he eatlly taken from 

Jlnei and toned on boord the cars (very coo- 

ralent); sad check up at the depot on Broadway, 
easant ride of about ten minutes. The 



id [■< 



it tbrc 



i in 



■kland thiec or fonr blocks up from the Bteam- 
(landing. It it dot being constructed through 
city towards Brooklyn, and will ultimately cx- 
I op lhe valley to Vallejo's 11111b, near the 
rm Springs. Taking tbo stage wo pan out of 

id grounds that aupply most of Ibo slrawber- 

sy splendid rural residences have been erected 
T Lwo, with ground! laid nut In hue 
ircbards, and with the improved 



lu orchards, etc., readily command 
:ro, that a few yean ago were thought 
H 3100. One residence, with ground 



«ntaiui : 



!, not very eipenslvily \, 
,™ pnluted out, for whi 
ni^owner refused, lately, £30,000. 

' paised the grounds of G. 17. Fonola 
Sieltbr.ied itrawbetry man, when he rah 
! noted Victoria strawberry, of which he la n 
"llngiooiorkel 35 pounds a day, that brl 
eealtapoond. This fruit Is also the carll 

fly wiihoni irrigation. It moil bo yalnnt 

> hoi uf these ilrawberrioa for the Fair, o 
9 are very large and fine looking berrica 
Jieaaon. 
Swell 



•lhe i 



_ .n a straight road from 
Wfdwaj, Oakland, the ride np through the 
("■> and aeioss, is tedious, especially In an 
1 stage, and on such a decidedly 
id. The counties of Atnmcdn and 
», on each side, are decidedly colpa- 
"P'oviug this road ; 11 Is hardly more 
while Itlian important thoroughfare. 
*Z down through a succession of plcateut 
-(slopping only at Lafayette for dinner), 



}::c 



large, and if tbo Eihibitiou is ool so e: 
might bnvo been cipcotcd, it is no f 
people of this connty. 



IhoAlhambra G 

variety of produc 

H. Bush uf 11 

Valley, J. D. Allen, 



f cheese. Mrs. G, P. Louekl, lo 
Dr. Goo dole. 



It fi months old Fanny, 
avid Glass, jack, 2 years 



nclnding but- 
ire the implrn 
Ammeelini 
tub decided U 
Jose. The re 
doubtless, eic. 



The show is a goo 
ud tbo District ou 
ipreseoled. Tbo h. 



od manufactures. 

e Society on Wcdocidny, it 



rabte in thu horse line. Tbo i 



c lilt of entries we give helow, of Ibo Btf. 
ell as of the articles In the Pavilion am 

ows the client of the exhibition. (Son 



time for the list.) The 



boughs spread overhead. The 
ch dny with the regular 1 



Messrs. Bunker & Thcobotdl, c 
o kindly furnished ue with prim 
ice uf their publication. 



Alfred J. Smilb, fore 



1.11. Hall, doiun lioW made caodlrs, epe- 



0. X. Wight, 3 cheesee. C. J. Pramherg, 
heeses. J. C. Holland, cheese. J. W Venal! 
cheese. Mrs. B. K. Wight, specimen of butt 
C. N. Wight, a pounds butler. J. W. Vcnablo, 



11. & P. Gregory, pi 
year old Abo Lincc 
old, Jen*. Davis. 



G. W. Thorn, mare, Orpnan Oirl, aired by Ar- 

gyle, 3 years old April, 1603, stallion fill H.'irr. 

Hl-.-hw, siri.j hv Bclmool, 3 v ears old. M. It. 

Barber, filly, 1 year old, Lady Lany/ord, sired by 

L:<npf.>M, darn. Jt'onv I.ind. Go'., tf. Hoag, gel. 

dingfJrw, Eagle, 6 years old, sired l)y l.li;i.i ll.K'k- 

~ n as Hoadfller. IVm. Smith, carriage hues. 

-rsoj Jrgeri'on. J. B. Stono, alalUon IW 

.kaxay. Silvorio Soto, sialtion John Shctu 

re, saddle horse Grey, Ally, Printer stonk Bon 

I, 3 years old Sara Ramogc, stallion Otphv 

i, 3 years old, Sire Morgan Rattler, dam Uu- 

— Mendenhall, stallion i'ouny Dill, sired by 

mnnt, dark tin v. U. Huntington, satl-m,: ..-■>](. 

Black Pima, fired by Hard Road. A. Gallndo, 

naro I years old Fanny, sired by Pointer, dam 

.[..!-,..:<„ Mir.', ■! ■.■,T,r oldoiH J;-',-, C-'Ulir, 1-ir.ld I.. 

iobn Collier, dam Morgan mare. J. W. Thorn, mm,. 
: v. ii rj ■ild /,' i, siiri-1 hy Argyle. Seely Bennell, 
l illc.ci 12 v.-.t-i Did ft. /.J.'.",-.'!-- fired l.v '.I'l St. 
.awronce, Dam French mare, filly 3 years old 
'.-.'<■-.•! Ta;hr tired by General Taylor, 111!-. .: v,;ir. 
■ Id Joiii Scotl sired by General Scott. J. P. 
Ohrism.in, stallion coll 4 years old /tn«fcr, llre'd 
by Did Rattler for a Roadster. A. M. Stono, 

4 years old, Hauler' circd bv Ft-nil'er, dam N'im- 
rod mure. Bcoj. E. Mi ' 



of :,[,]■ I,:i, 
til, J* M||. 

ies of aliuoi 
lei, 1 do pei 



lams, 13 do foreign grapes, Oal 
quinces. A. W, Slono, 6 tnrli 
.•acb, 1 variety dn of C. J. D. 
is of npples. D. Bush.Sr., 
i, 1 du California grapes, 



es, Jai. 



i Dirk, 



, single ■ 



i. Ml. 



Young Riinbow 
horse. Henry E 
re-tutf Hembitr. 



a, Flying Horyaa. 

colt Argylt, sired 
fan- King, sired by 
villi, sired by Ke- 
iatahea, sired by 
entered as family 
coll, 3 years old, 
mare Jenny Lind, 
a Old Kit, entered 
■a> 3 Atehy, i years 
iny Lind, for all 
more, for all pur- 
ls, stallion ilii'i 
urposes. G. Bui 
old. — Men dci 
d, sired by Glci 
- i Glen, 



Mart San'ford, rnko. Mrs. B- H. Wigbl, IpecL 
.en bread, do (■&<■., Jo \,h-3. -Ma^^ie Pugh, loaf 
f bread, cake by girl II years old. Cora E. T" 
in, lunf bread salt rising, do yeast rising, It 
lura enko, do pouod cake. Miss M. A. Glar 



Mrs. Co. How. 
lar. Rosins, L. 
illppera by girl 



Mrs B M Hail, 2 p 



inford, gent's sbirl made by h 
leuera. chemisolte, shirt. Tht 
Mrs. J. D. Brnly, bed e 



Mary Hnnley, raits. 
Mrs. II. M. Hull, qui 
.in, Mrs.Joshuallar* 



"r^* 



e of the first copper ore re- 
ng works at Antioch. It is, 
if.- copper, It being necessary 
1 processes boforo thai result 

' these works to do other than 



Indgo Reynolds 



b Inf 



jectors.— [Conlrn Costa G 
Costm* Costa vs. Aft 
has decided in favor of a : 
Supervisors of Alnmoda to levy a tax, and collect 
nnd pay over tho money dnn Cootrn Coata county, 
as authorised End directed lo do by Slatnlu. A 
slny of proceedings was applied for, and granted, 
as a matter of coursoyAn appeal will doubtless 
bo taken to the Sunrjrmo Court. — [lb. 



iBticgof a 



s 11 Bn*h, \i 
lied and nml 
rcl.k-f. Mar 



years old. li. Huulioglon, muro funny, fi year; 

cld.Hitid by Old Peacock. X. Rusiell. sialliini 
cult, Pl„»gh /toy, ■Af.-l bZ-ifanriford. Dr. Goo- 



posea 


M. B 




.David 


HtCli 






Id. /.,-■ 


J, H. 




Aped 


Ashbro 



of family 
old,//arJ 



A. Mill 



irs old, AWue'.-i- H«/.r. 

, /.'../i; j. , J",,r all [nlf j.i.i.-i ! 

. ., T years old, Sir Iltnry. 
£. 3. Lnthroi., fl.Mlinn, ]!,n /.,)■; r.cotl, V. Huul- 
iglon, aiallion, Hard Hood; stallion coll, BUtk 
- ■ Fnd, Blatk Harrier, Kfoc* Hawk, 



red for I 



I family. 



H. O. Snulley, draught slalllon, Bill/ounder. 

Onlilrr ['li-l.l, dr..U|:ln Million, i vi'ars old, Chief. 
D. ITolley, more, year old, Dublin EaU. 


old. Wm. Stone, sow 


inoHOPopuntD nor.sss. 
W. L. Stone, Ibo[ooghbrcd colt, 2 years old, 

C'.-i, (■■».■: C-,lt, tin-d by Hilly Cliciilarn, dam Prai- 
rie Bird. AuguMirj GalinJ..., jl.illi.m .-Icirrrfjn 


John L Bromley, lot 

Hiatilo. E D Vr.'xg, j|. 

Dinblo. J D All. ■„, ',.,,.. 
'bottle of quicLuilver 1 



Boy, G years old, sired by Old 
lain, M-jrfao. J. II. Foi, Viilnu, -\ years olO, t 
Jelrooot, doro, Sumler, color, eorrell ; Sue 
Vanin, 2 years old, by Owen Dale, dam, Obion 
ortn, grand dam', Eclipse. E. Cbomberlio, cbes' 
mt atallion, Coima, U years old, sired by Impori 
id Skylark, dam, imported Priam. 3. Wolb 
hurooghbred. Lady A'tlly, -» years old. 



sco Gali 



half I) 



tin Sil.rinr.. CllyJ years old, 
ick. J.T. Slsrman, filly 1 yi 
m. Meek, mare, -I yeare old, FI< 



s old, -lOiDckeshl, 
?cd filly Shakipeare, 
half breed horse. I 
l,V U « n ,Shakspe< 



Mongol Wun- 
crop wheat, 3 
ten, six blood 



cliloL-cli-kred. T. Z. Will. 
|™« li. Sione, lot of earro- 
ll . (J. Davie, lot of hop! 



i pieklirs, 

li, 1'Jj'omi. 

Mrs. J. E 



B. II. Hall variety of ,, lp , e ,. j. p. cbrl „ 

iv..rlTlK.HUI,i|,|,l,,j, J.M^rjh, 15vnrle ■ 
i vari.lii-.- ul" in,,!,.,,..;!,,, ,,,,,.. ,,.!,,,.. 
!,,,:(, qui ii ,:.■■■. Dr. J. .S,,,,,,-,., ,„. , 
lion of frnlte eonaisllng of ht varictie-' 



ir 1 -' 



ii. I.ii^i. 
.li-J i.'f-ric- 



isblon, silk, pair hoy. 

irs, pair gent's slipper, 
wl. Mrs U Humlngtor 
idy, embroidered band 

own, crucuot tidy. Mrs John Smith 
-oidery, worsted cope. Mrs A Ga 
gar case, chemise yoko, cmbroidoroi 

6 Spanish black, fowl. It H Tfigbl 

igon. Ben S Hnrrli 



It. Alum, 2 year old bull, John Harold. 
Id, heifer 1 years old, Keltic. 

nstiDgs, tho thoroughbred bull, Herald 
. J W Yenable, thoroughbred bull 6 
1, Tyhee: A W Stone, grade durhuva bnll 



. Samuel Houghto 
iported by J D Fallo 



a One. — Tho first shipment 
n tho Mount Diabln mines, can- 
' rock from the Mount Zioa and 
■innecr claims, pasaod through 
ay lasl on the way to San Fran- 

e the i 



nt when shipments of ore will bo so fr 
3 nol to attract special ntlonifon—flb. 
Onoi c(ru.vi-r 



i learn thnt considerable of 
e Powder Mill, oo tho San L< 



The 



Old, a gentlemi 
way equal lo t 
him. It has b 
mil! adjoining 

proprietors are 

This establish!! 



flattering progress. This 

ndsr tbo superintendence nf J. W. 

he performsneo of the task boforo 
ten decided to erect a now paper 
tbo one now in operating The 
establishment are immense. Tho 
now receiving about 2000 tnns of 






mill ii 



" uu " re "lurning ruriunes. It Is said thai John 
iimo, of San Frnnclscn, hflSjpbout §100,000 in 
'owderond Paper Mills. / 

Worn* *s HAUvsstsnsy-Soveral German girls 
avo gone to service in the hnrvest fields ofnorth- 
rn Illinois, where they receive one dollnr per dny 
'Bgca. Tbo Galena Advertiser says that German 
iris are not the only ones who eogagn in this cm. 
loymcnt. Last year, in many districts around 
nooity, where tbo men volunteering /or tho war 

at enaes, tho women of a settlement would go >o 
a body nnd harvest large fields of corn for aomo 
poor soldier's lone wife in n single day. 

Infallnblo tests of raau'a honesty. If a man Is 
dishonest ho will cheat ibo printer in aomo way 

money and was loat by mail— or will take tho pa- 



ray Dlly Orphan g 
gun Rattler, 3 yea 



(Liin-d by old .ohu'Eu.:,:' ,-,'l'„„), m „ r, f ' 5 :.i> n',! 
Or-Mc, t h,M,,„l oia.i:, l-'nnov Sl,,r. r , for running 
. ir-qa 5r,n it n u H ..n.._ ml— ''lffuire fnr ' 



ry Olay, a year 
SlBO. S Card Glen 
•i, 3 lu o S1S0. 



5160. W Burden, 
for trolling purse, 

in.- in, III,,,; 
riekv Huuli-r, 

-ti.i-jns, Hi,;, 



I 1-i.l,, Kt 
;i, Sluu. 



dam hy Sumter, for ruuniiig purse, i \ 

Hnrris, for Iroliloir uurao si 

!., 2iu3,Sl00. 

n Belle Harris, lOyenrs old, for best ec 



■'I- We ,. 

:■■ IL.'ir '' 



of pure and 

■ '■'.' ".'.-. i„- , the foctorvTAla 1 ^ 

I,.,, .'v [.\,l„er or, Front streel and e„,,„i,,. H„ 
,„.|,l.:.,„i .:ull,,,, ia [lLi;0] . l,r U .,vn,.,H„ L ,Li„ ! r„.,1, 
inder Hid new process, which secures all thu 

,.„.„., .,1 111,. „,„«:. M t3 ,„. )[ k E ara aoyr 

"l-]-];-i-':^.ll inrisnflhu Slate. They havo ca- 
,i.itj- I'M'Jrnuui.-L,::.,,., n ,, Nlll i :l 0( ,.„[!,,,, :1 ,].,,„„,( 
1 " r -icea,ol their mill,, all of the 
nd being, as wo believe, the 
ufactory of the kind, lu this 



per aod will nol 




ogitaicd-in British Colomh 
Ihus giving capitalists a monopoly of tho auri 
ous regions. Tho Colonist takes decided gro 
against this Innovation, and demands Ibat 
mines ho left an unfailing resnurco, for those i 
havo Ibo disposition to work them. ^ 

A tin mloo has been discovered near M 
Lake, by lhe Hank Scbrain Gold nnd Silver 1 



o abundant 
LOO feel tl 



Ml HI !]■ t ,l,K,.- V 

graver. Ho 



l.i^".-3lr:h, 
r,nly Ara,.,- 



50 



THE C 



ALIFOEN|i=l^Sfi2 



i Clara Volley Fair. 

THIRD DAY. 



arletles or at 



I» eor last »«k» 1"" « cobW only give io™ 
report of Ibo Pair of the Valley Society « s " 
Jose foe Ibo first wo days, and an allusion to I « 
moil prominent exhibitors, our paper being I» al!d 
before Ibo Fair closed. We resume nn Lba third 
day by a general via* : 



.Was nan- troll filled wither 



« pertaining loagrl- 



■be number of visiters was quite 1 
eemed plealtd and grnlified, while I 
,eil,ald, they heeded well Ibeinjuc 



all interested in til ( 
hood of ourglorioi 
twenty or thirty, m 



ak II • 






rery vn 



,11 for I 



Wo last week, briefly alluded lo the Fro I Is and 

meol tho eiblbllora. Some o! tbo collections 

o bod not examined particularly. They deserva 

further notice. A. no remarked, Ibo show of 

was excellent, even for this valley, in quality 

and ..rlo-j. In grapes, J. B. Boutomps, mib hi) 

iriotles, raada a fine display; among them 



ilio, a design . (ii-s. Osago nr 
tasteful. Ha do of poaobca, 
idy, and cider flowers. 

th* lattor, no | Mr. O'Doun.ll brought in a few bottles of -bit. 
nada by him lait year, witboot panic-- 
bleb was pronooaced a fair article. 



; ( . HI ft,- 



the purple Rosa of Para, Large Black of Guishu, 
Black Bnrdeaux in .mall berry aod compact 
hunches Violet Cbssselns, Pcrlo of Tcry large 
berries, White St. Peters, lluscot do Fronlignnn, 
Black JMlvniile, in large hunches, Black Game, 
Cannon Hall M 



report last week, 
of the inn lino 
O'Daoncll. And 

Daniels, Scerein 

Were tbo eenlt 
lib ft good alter 



ariotlei of L. Pelller a 


ado 


oeled as wl 
f those fo 


e sod tabl 
tbo tabl 


1" 


act Malvo 


■In. largo 




wba, Isabr 


la, Muscat 


It-j. 


a> Fonlalo 


ebleao, Ma 


ag». 



■tched in doable SI 
■ohing teachers, lb 
unnlng down grn' 



taking a general Hew of the Fair, retired, jnst as 
the boys wore ushered. In. And here to must 
note a peculiarity of ealb. While the girls kept 



Tha department (< 
etc., was outside of 
bad to fill tha bill ht 



raker i 
vail. 






d appear 



mechanics are nnt idle or unskillful. Mr. lagbs. 
represents speed, use, nod" beauty, with an expre, 
vigoo, lumber wagon, and bukjey, of his nw 
make ; B. Smith, of Santa Clara, shows lop nc 

other leom-wugons did not show where or by 
whom manufactured. Haskell * Porter, exhibited 
a inlendid haarso of their own make, rained 



ery perfect specim, 
n», "Economy," (bar 
ised In oor paper), w 



[afore described and edve 
being operated by Mr. J. 1 
delight of tbo ladles, aod ibo dozen or 
dera for machines, received hy llr. Hor 
bote it Is appreciated. A randel of ar 
ehine, called "Bart's Combined Washin 
Churn, and Press," invented in Wise 
shown by Albert Doly, the Agent for ■ 



te), Rose nf Peru, Char 



(whi 
grow 


a) and other nboice foreign varieties, all 
n (as well as those of the other exhibitors), 


3:02J, when ha was nr course declar 


Id Lb 




finally arranged between IWy B'l 










elas Foutaioebteau, Killer's Burgundy, Gbes- 




selas 


Musqu6, Black Cluster, and Whila Fron- 


liderahle Interest was felt In this ra 


Ha 


nglng np on tbe wall was a portion of o Ca- 
a lino lomelhrao feel long, with side branches, 


racing blood is. trotting or BTackb 
Toons JJtll by Belmont, was only } 
latter was not so well trained as Cfo 
new driver. On the first beat ha hrn 
tost considerable ground, but on the 


rn rr 


ed with cinders of grapes, lo the nmonnt o 




r fifteen pounds r a fruitful Tina. 
m Wra. 11. Lent, of Santa Clara, were some 








tig- 


o, Black St. Peters, aod ihe Syriao or Grape 


tbe second heat BtU was rather the 


. 




ha broke badly, and could not recove 


men 


oued in Ibo Biblo as requiring two men to 





>, i^UVl 



also showed some nnble specimens of the i 
Apple (or King of Tompkins county), weighing 
pound and nine nunces each. Though Mr. Lf- 
locnled on what I 
grapea 




exhibited by Mr 



is to the presiding genius, Judge 
j. Lowe, and oibers, lor their 






nflerno 



ir report of Tburt day's race, li 
heat was wnn by Jin Blain, am 
J ihe raoa by Be* Lipptneolt, w. 
inadveriemly omitted tbe time of thcbcnis, whld 
as Tollows: l :D 3-i:uSJ-l:5Jj-2:0Q. Tli 
for Frldfty was a graod trotting race for lb 
Society's purse, milo heats, best 3 In 6, with th 
following enlrleo : By J. H. Fish, Smlocky Sum 
er, years old ; by Mr. Jleodubnll, Toung Bell, 
years old, by Bolmoot ; by Win. Quin, David Con). 
and by Wm. Berdett, b. s. Utnty Cloy. Bat th 
reputation of Km!uciy Hunter was loo much fo 
Ibo others aod they were all withdrawo, nod b 
was obliged to ga it oloae. Alter several fill 
ird,and " 



■r lhe> 



At 13 o'clnck-n^ldniBh^— Started for Jan 

orders' tn land upon this Island as all our trot 
are now on this and Morris Islands. Five of > 
ie opper end of this Islf 
close by Jlurrls Island and Fori Sumter and 

;e are an tbe lower part nf Folly Isla 

eight miles apart, and sn 

ale between them, and thus 

II parties, but I am nnd 

good things Ibenr; but never mil 



Forty of them belched forth It 
among the sleeping camps and 
of mnsketry. Officers nnd mt 



faintly replying tc 
nndor tbe bluff An 



SEED 'WAEEHOTJSE, 

(£STAMJ3HED IS UBO.) 

S. TV. MOOB] 
IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALEE|] 
ALL KIHDS OF 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrnl 
SEEDS,! 

SO. 40S CALIFORNIA STRevj 

Batwoan Snniotua and Montgomery streets, I 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, I 

TnR nKDERSIUNF.n HAS ESTABLISHED Sal 



Saul 



auaplan 
ally il 



u.i.au 



: called attentioo 



p«," was ex 
,o Valley N> 



Ibis, but boing Is 
Far ihe last 

programme on I 
1 not reran 
>■ of tbo 

Society's I 



.splen 



; k»pion 



adorned the walls, the work of ill 

I four in number, iwo of them repres 
ii Praying on tbe Mount," and "Wi 

ie Crown of Thorns," and tbe ". 
iaac," smaller ones. We must say t 
rere tbo finest works of the klod wi 



bos it; "oous cerrons," llr. Foi also shows i 
seedling soft shell Almond, selected as lb. 
. out of a hundred seedlings plaaltd five yeir 

at superior to any Imported. We noted las 
k Mr. Foi's lino exhibit of apples and pears 
rnrluiles of Southern and late keeping Apple 
arly worthy of meoliao. Among tho* 



I Hoove 



.hi lar, 



s enlnr 









ss annthor largo "Washlogion," by Jlrs. Vi 

at roiBbi have passed well, alone ; nod some 

arked fruit-pieces, by a daughter of Juflgo Dm 



ireb ; the Home Beauty, keep 
on the tiee till Christmas ; th 
rcddlth, late winler and Bai 
ellow Bellflower- The Lyic 
is tba only really good Ess ten 

. Prerost shows goad spec! met 
.isy, and Mr. Foi rather lays a 
,r's Late Red. 

■new seedling grape frum lb 
buwn by W. Beals, of Bcdtvo 



says 111 

p'a." 



, and a) 



Co. Inwai.worl 



James A. Clayton eihibited somo good speci- 
mens nT hie workup amhrotypee, photographs, 
views, etc.; aod LIzM Putoey, oil and pencil 
paintings, nnd Icatber-wnrk j lira. C. B. Mallory, 
Oltoman embroidery; Caroline A. Downer, and 
Mrs. W. Tooner, each one bed-quilt. 

In field-crops, James 11. liardwlclc eihlblled 
100 pounds each or wboat and barley representing 

three each, very' large and thrifty; also, battel 
lard and pickles, all or good quality. 

specimens of smoked hams by Cary Peebles ; iii 
of bacon, ham, and butter by Joba Hatilnge? 
nd dried frolt by L. D. Buscon 
i by Mrs. H. 11. ll uo dy; and drli 



d by A. W. Sue, Raised lo his gardi 
Ilara. It Is from North Carolioa nplai 
im the Patent Office, ralstd wllhout iri 
ind well developed, bat the time r „i, D 



.i riLi,.n 



the East, 1 
■y of ihls fr, 
iblts Ibreo vi 



oards ( though il 
in. Between th 
dd down and boi 



I gathered by lurnlog th 
OS. None of the frail is 




by a head. For 
the favnrlte, but 


enemy had a gnn, much les 
then Ihe unlouked for ator 


cover, while Cles 
handsomely, wln- 
3:01— 3:02 t - A 
announced, arter 


"Cuwe tbe Yankees, Ibey a 
fur ut," said be, "wo neve 
was right. Tbey are tome 
to.anothcrnnill the nld fla 


d lo see it. 


cldom. Wo ore all determ 


y, an interesting 


controversy settled for eve 


eipected, but wo 


period in tbo history of aa 


w«." r . lh good'at? 


sccoud great rebellion . 
In tho fair page or our com 


eflTn' , Sa"urda" 


glorious cotiatry. The up 
that wo took some dnzen b 


n tho report of 


ber of riDe pits. The loss 




wnunded, and prisnners, is 


we intend to pub- 
cera and members 


Every mumeut heavy firln 
We can tee the smoke and 


redit for the per- 


from this distance tho Imp 



"PORT ROYAL — NO. 7. 



hells, aa rushio 
ugh the air, kll 
annoying nil. 



r rifle pits n 
,bc entire isle 
An officer ct 
, surprise, s. 
t idea that i 



a 



2 



HA3 FOR 

.A M-.ilfi nr C'hil,.. i.-l, .vr; liu 
Kentucky Bluc-grassi I 
Red-top Grass; 
English Rye-grass, Tirr 



K«l Cl„v,- 



n Clnv 



Luce 




BGET, CABRAlii:. CAKlLi.n', HADlSlI.TUK.vn 

tji:i'i.-)ii{i-:iL, mI'I.h.vs, LKinvi:, iimiisj. 

TOMATO, EARLY AND LATE i'EAS, 
BEANS, St., Ac, fie. 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT Sill 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEEE 

COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's Island, 
FLOWER SBKD8 (300 Varieties;. 

BULBS: 

and In andteu variety. Imported direst from Fun 
From his lone oiperlooco lu the Sod Bo>lois (n 

lhirn-:liv.!Tf), £.1,-1 l,l«_i- t r> ..■•',:,,„,.■ . K k.[fJ 

Cdent of hii ablllir to ja.Kfy hn patrons. ' 



exhibits a few nf his 



ID boxes. Tha prn 



- two hundred pou 
roe buodred yards ot 
I lake It and Char) 



working fo. a 
I day the work 

alines yon -III 



Jam, 



A 35-pound boi of Califor 


la tnhacco, g,own 






asl year audmaoufacured thl 


by It. Gabraeit Is 




radish, lattnce, gr ( 




doctored." Nol.af 






flbacco was shown. WbeaJ 






aches and plums 


s wo learn considerable is. 


belug raised In this 


13doo 


pears ; cabbage, 










lo designs, J. R. Low- B prMB 








by him, on which tha grounds 


around tbe court 


dried,. 


nd pnp-coro ; S va 



drying), aprico 

ted last week tc 
ufCary Feeble] 



I of peaches, aprii 



if splnage, nblta raustan 
rot' parsley, nu< 
nd wotcrmelac 
letlcs of apple 



as, t varieties of 



Ob how 1 wish tn s 
aver. Every day 
walls and see iheel 


ee that ono Fc 
look upon it 
of fire and smo 
nns nnd kno« 
ell, grape and 


hadl'e.'' , 1 J on?men 


g others. Da 






camp. For three 
gun, and tba rebe 
shot and shell a 


s are throwing 
ary few momon 



:bmcnta, killing 
■lly arc the deed 
lorn with shell! 
er, borne by on, 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

o. 308 Btttory street, aenr Sacramoato tti.c 



Wood and Willow-ware, 



»"■"■ HD 



w;i" js.rt;, , i'™aa; , .; l r.i'£s £ ks 



§t 



Nallvfe Califurnia Evergreen 



eems they thooghi ihey could 
it the uld of ihe 47lb Beglmi 
Inst., an order come, also twi 



on. Kit.oir.LES, 
DENTIST, 



Offloo Hodtb : From 9 A M , to 5 P, K. 

a TBHMS CASH 
^WHBN WORK IS 
FifilSHEu, 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fob' Eipoiitaiiom 
TUB CNDERSIONEIi. FliO.M II [3 ESTESil" 
facilities and 

Largs stock of Evory Variety of 6eM| 

JfERClTA.VTS IX TUB TRA DE, FAHU&Y 
AND LARGE RANCH OWXB&S, I 
Who wish to baaupplled In his lioa. 



DIltBCT m the nndor,!,;,,,,.., ',!,,.;; -,, ,',.. I.„ ■ 
h, Mr.il,,.ihor.l., r .,„i, : , r , :n , :I , : ;- Vi i-:i~K . f 

h «arThe Aeentjof Wells, Fur*., k f>.'. Hspn 

w Tho nndorsUnod It nlw permitted to refsr I 



S. "W. MOORE, 

SEED IVABBIiODS* 



MILITARY GOOlTS! 

w.in'uiiit,',;'..j™°";' , " , ; i " d *' 



THE "OOLDEN HABf,' 

■ ...aND.... 
TWO aPLKKDID HEW AMD IMPROVED 9TJ? 



The BAT STATE ana other Btafi 

Wllhalatgeainortnieniof 

lain and Fan« TJN-WABB, Knanelri I » 

Tinned TBlrX-lVAiiK, liHrrKK-MiL^ 

BAKB-0VEN3, SAD-IB0S3, 



1H Clay street, tali"" "S 

S1.F"'** 



aoftd Ae Oobi 



THE O ALIPOBN IA J? ABt^EB, 



51 



i ict;cl ikim? like a bird, homeward bound, 
u, nod ivs Bra all locking forward, 
^HrlT, for 'be end ol ibo voiflgo. We arrived nt 
^linu Un WtJotsdaj morning at fl o'clock, and 
■islne id were all bundled on board a little 
^Hmeriiod teat la Ibo mil raid wharf. The bay, 
mat" 'hP clio'ij slzj, did not look Terj bright, 
^^Ee admired Ibe picturesque appearance of 
HKma, and recalled Ibo blilofk recolletllont 



iod Ibe 



allon, wbicbhndlo 
Ibe Untied Stales 



Htffhu on board ibeCi 
■■brought and (clilcS bi 

^Kbree boon or railroad travel Ibrongh ibo rich 
^Kliire, tbe dilapidaltd Tillage) and the awampa 
^Rha Inhume brought ui to Iho town of Aspin- 
^Hl where we wore obliged to trudge on foot in 
^Hfieat to tbe hoteli of the place. If we are lo 
HBra bj tbe Cilj Hotel, ihc much abused nccon- 

HEt large room, and Ibe brlgbl-ejed little lender*. 
,Al 5 o'clock the firing of a gun announced tbe 
opening or the gate st tbn iltatner wharf, aod 






CoutUuii 



belec 



Tbt 



r i.a.i. 



»..«., . .i.«i. »..«,.. ■ ....-,..-. H.i san joaquin Valley 

uied to know altnoit everjbodv, bow I am renllj ™ ™^ jg 

AGEICTJLTOEAL SOCIETY'S 

Fourth Annual Fair, 



b ou tea aro gorge db«1t 



The i 



CVLTJ- 



f York, 1 



■rerjlblng here ii much cheaper than 1 bad lm 
igined, n paper dollar will go much further her 
ban a gold dollar trill In California. Drooklr 
eema almost aa large as Nor York, nod 1 at 
tall; wearied in looking at tbe mile* of band 
omo buildings. In crossing Bast river, I appre 
;iated Ibe fact or being la a great commercin 
metropolis: the forests of masts, tbn numbor of 
easels, the steamers, tbe crowds of pt 
Terj ditBctlon, amused me, and ( taught mjseir 
.ondering at Ibo buay sconci Ibat only » few 
ears ago I would hardly have looked at a, second 

rbeu I flailed Ibe Central Park. It was on n Sat- 
rdnr afternoon, and I followed tbrougs of people 
hrongb acenccs of wonderful rural beauty, under 
iridgta or while marble, andOTcr terraces of mag- 

l a aplcudidlj ornamented temple, some flftj 



Hit comfortable, nod Tell that our ship wool 
Ruet with ihc wildest storm off Hattcrsi. I toj 
■ were comfortable, I should bare said those i 
B who were generally disposed to lake thing 
End natnredlj. Afier the Brat lurrej of tbe sbi 
■fa made, the goog colled ni to the Purser' 



night t 



and c 



n the Allan 



I thos 



sally n 



Willi in il,. lVi!k, bm 1 found them 
Dpi. Wilson agreeably disappointed ererybody 
BXhii social manners, and untiring as be la In 

'(■VTorile wiib tbe traveling public. 

As 1 write ivc are olT Sjndy Hook nnd begin lo 
naliie that wa pro approaching o great port by 
th» number of vessels in aigbL The eagoeroesj 
of Ibe p™=-tngers to cmeli a glimpio or Ibe papers 
brought by tbe pilot was intense, nnd for Eve 

Be number or vessels Increased, and tbe scene 
fcecame v 1It eiciting. Tbe beamy ol the foliage 
particularly oiiracled ray atienlion,and I watched 
with delifiLi the almost forgollen cbanns or Iht 
bnjuf New York. The spires of the city, the 



all ad, 


ed fuel lotke llama. As I finish m; 




ilowly getting iuio tba dock. In 30 


nits , 


e thai] be Sgbllng our way, i snj. 






line i. 


We all experienced a feeling rag 


puiln 


with our pleasant companions an 


Chang 




ijui.Ii: 
rnicj. 
trelfni 

nni:L 
God I 


s nave appeared tbe more engaging 
fiomaoy "trying" circumstances 

cannot belp but express my gratit 




Is Saw Youi Oice Mont. 


Again 


Haw Your, AdjtuIM, 
n New 'York after an absenco of e 


Jiars, 


nd what a change 1 Everything look 




diugy, dirty docks that disgrace the 




America. The appearance of Cnjilo 


l«*a 


a tbe Datlery Dm attracted ray atte 






h »I'PJ lo !..;. ,.,, 

Wiling gurm'tni 



strtel, ■■,l UK n town" in search of friends no- 
il. btatY """ ia '"' W ' ll,lr « 1 lD oks natural, 
K* experienced lh« unpleasant feeling of hardly 



or p. 


opla. 


As I looked 


t the gay 


oslumes, ft 


thes 


rnclu 


e before me 1 


irly luadet 


down will 


gildi 


S, an 


d lieteued to 


the strains 


or music, 




myse 


1, "Ami io a 




city J" Th 




lorke 


a may well be 


proud of 1 


oil- Centra 


J ark 


Iti 


a miracle or 


jeaoty ivb 




aider 


that 


It la tbn wo 


rk only of 


a few years 



dug landscape garden 



I Ft.oiTi.ta Isljj 



a few of my first in 
lib and all llioaltrac 
most homesick. The) 



Boated oat of It 



1 by a 



rong n 



awn ihe lake. Il bad 

nd plant;, green lo lbs water's edge. Then 
jleral tamarncs, 16 to IS Teat high ; and 
irgo nnd flourishing alders, -besides oiber si 
hey are nil firmly rooted ioto Ibe floating 
] which you enn walk easily. Many pt 
sve Tlslted il ; and to-day at Col. Fostei 



of.tr, 



.0 Ibe i 



h ill., ■. 



AantciiL Ica^A great degree of cold Is pn 
duced by a milluro of sallpeler and Glauber sail 
nodlheranre now manufactured in England »n 
exported to India, Ac, lu largo quantities, cbem 
cal mlilnres known ns Treeiing powder, by meat 
of nhicb fire pounds of rough Ice can bo pr< 
duced in fifteen minutes, at a coal ornhout 4a pi 
pound. This powder, introduced into a little mi 
chine, invented by the same person, may be use 



■or,, 



s for 3d. So great Is the Intensity 
ny ba actually; transformed into a 



slessri. Peacock A Buchan's cotncositlon, has re- 
tnrned from New Zealand, haviofbeen 13 month! 



It ia alafed that a number of Troisorj notei 
ilterei! from low to high denominations, ara it 
•Jrculntion. Among Ibese, twos altered to fifllc 



as 



OAKLEY & WaOKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

SOLE IMPURTERS OP THE 

San <^«.entiii Salt, 



way.lwa. astonished nttbnmogniflcencc 


Have Ihe Lina.l Stock and Den Amrlment 
ua Ihs Pacific Coast, 


liliogs. I have kept myself "posted" ns 




iroiemenis ■> they haTe been made, but 






3UD do ia hot Angeles do MV (ad 70V 




JUOO bales do Talitea, Id T«, S7(, T'l, and Ws. 




JUU tuna Qiuund Itoek Hall, (or tickiag and Htock. 


allal, and when we enmo in lladiaou 
almnsi fall like rubbing my eves; tbe 
re crowded with elegantly dreesed pen- 


300 ions SAN QDENTIN ROCKj 
400 do CARMEN I8LASD; 
!50 do SASDWICB ISLAND and OALIPOB- 
KIA SALT. 










been accnslomed to tblok or Heir York 


OPFIOE-318 and 320 Front afreet. 


city, but after ^nnderinf; through It, 


I BA« FRAffCISOO 






a extern. You can imagine that 1 looked 


New Native Apples, 








WEIKVITIS THE ATTENTION OF PLAHTERS 


«n hardly ba recogaliod. Broadway, as 


nfC»lira rai . ta0[lr „] u!ol | 000 t 


d before, is a street of palaces, but then 


NEW 


travel for days through aienUDB where 





9 Native Apples, 3 

iblch wa h», t B romiikahly fine and Ihrlfty dock, 
raelni- * large variety oblilnKl from all parti of Ihe 
h and IV* it uaJuubieJiv eoataius man T va- 
" ' b r'r m!" T" •° ,l ™ 1,,, r lulled to the toll and 
H f h c c * ull< "t n M "a be oblmiiiel 'a 

r PACKINO ilZ m latest raanne, ,nd shiu- 
Is rrnm New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore 

EDWD. J. EVANS & CO, 

3 YORK, Pennsylvania. 



INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, 

TO DE HELD IN TUB 

OITY OF STOCKTON. 
Tuesday, September 22(1. 1863, 



DPItEMITTlUS 

Over Six Thousand Dollars! 

B01SD OF HASAOEHS. 

R. S. HOLilES.... President. 

J. 5ARI.ES. -Vice Ptesldei 

W. H. RlilGOS " " 

J. 0. IteiU - Sfcrolai 

il. U BIRD... ..Treason 

GKO. WEST •. Directe 

SAUl'EL FISHER " 

THE BOARD OF MANAGERS WILL AWARD 

SPECIAL AND LIBERAL PSEHIITMS 

TO ANIMALS AND ARTICLES 

From other Districts and tbe State at lares. 

TO AST AND ALL ARTICLES 



""cMtfcTn ta bS"ui'ibe pit" 
puteaul Cunricolaaii. 

HOD. T. IT. MAC11I \ 

Will deliver tho Annnal Address. 



THE, CRAN1 

flfdj'lake pla. 



,| ,>,.. M,„ 



D ANNUAL BALL 

FRIDAY NIGHT. 



n I.; noticing [ho Seer 



., OrchnrJ,', V.'-Itjord., Field CftuM, Etc. 



le.H10icrBiornMrdoriVhr,t,B.rler. >nd 



.-.r-li-rt, and lull Hire oIKI.i ^irh »IO; I D d[ Fi.: 

':", ',".'.] I!.-',;,. »:■. l/jV'.J.V-l '■'■! Unit Sfc^J. P cuUlrolt-d 
e«h kind |1 






Order of Exercises. 

Tneldny, September HSU. 



■" luir -,1,.j-. Sept. ■ilfli. 
M L'.i'i.i.zi j. n, Dr.iu. ;l!..iiftO Nl-i vl.l beioted. 









■- riiljiy. Sept- S3 



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amain SEOunit Tho TracB. .hni'iafi iljdr nn-fcmcn't Iq 

I ---I, '!.■] r.-:..i,.: [Ir'lr l^.ljr: „f .Hard. 

.' ;; ;■.,.. , r.i.li.i,.^ hicr, mile bcauC " CKM 3 ln*3," <Ve 



PREMIUMS OFFERED. 

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STATE 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 

Tenth Annual Fair, 

TO COMMENCE ID TUB 

OITY OF SACRAMENTO, 

Friday, September 25, and end on Friday, 

October 2, 1663, 

S1AOOO 

APPROPRIATED FOE PREMIUMS. 
LIBERAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

For all Worthy Articles not mentioned in tbe 
Schedule. 

STATE BOARD OF AfiRICULTURE FOE 



WM. n. PARKS Sntler. 

D. E. CALLAHAN Sacramento. 

K. L. DBBW Sncrntnento 

C. H. GRIM Sac ram en lo. 

nOBT. BECK -Sacramento. 

K. J. WALSH ColoaT. 

G. R WARREM San Joaouin. 

MIKE BRYTE Yolo 

C. J- LEONARD Sacramento. 

JVeaiunr. 

E. B. RYAS Saeramnnlo. 



$100,000 IN PREMIUMS 

OflareJ hy Lho STATE "for the £*n»urajfi7i«ij 

.-iTrti-Jllurf O'lrf Jhnufocturt!." Anitlti to bt 

exhibited nnd Premiums awarded nt tbe 

State Fair, bjlha 

STATE BOARD OF JUDGES. 

PmisiDE.tr -LELAND STANFORD. 



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ISAAC DA Via 

B. S. QOI.DKN 

OBO. N. SWrXKY ... 
JOSEPH DRItTON... 



Yolo. 

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GENERAL ORDER OF EXERCISES. 



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J:!.. Ail.lr.j! I ..-. ■.. j, r . ..-. |'-.| l,> j.Jloir fl,(. 

TUl Crrinjo bona, roeditora, »nd all olberi exbUilled u, 
'STilalM, Jnunej., aad J.eki. 

lit. Thoroajh-lmdA, Soorl-horn., Dernru. Ili-irlord., 

lif.i.ir,-.. ,|'.l. „,.■;.■!, .r.J .,11 uili-r ilii,i.,i, v i,i. ,,,.-. [,,.- 



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Eo-Tc^kl,'. hem Elljalj, n "■foo-'lor"'.': .'."?.'!'! ,»^S OT 

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TO MINERS! 



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AMADOR COUNTY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Second Annual Fair 

Cattle Show, 

WILL BE HELD AT 



Wednesday, Thursdayj and Friday, 

The 23il, 2ilh, and 2511] of September, 1S63. 

BOARD OF MAli AGEBa. 1 

A. P. PATTBR . . lyrealJent 

A. B. ANDREWS... ,, "*»o,rr,i n ,r' 

ISAAl.: Tiill'C. . tJH„/,' 

E. A. CHASE .v.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.".'.'.'" llrlhnjjer 

With one !-,„ ftaWtrK (or each lUn.Lip la 
the Ooool/, of tvlileh th L -re are seven. P 



ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS 

Wlllbeavrarded In PRE1IIUM3 for Ihe Encourate- 

AGniCULTDRR, 

STOCK RAISING, 

JIANUFAOTDRrS; 

JIKOHA'NICAL INDUSTRY 
3d MINING, In Amador Cuu, 



nty. 



EXHIBITIONS OF" STOCK, 

Trials of thaSpeeio^HpHOB, 

!nD > i5ir«,; r S??r a !f^' L '" t 1" 1 i d i, «$""»* 

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«Pald lu C " l0r, '"' 1 " Bt7 " lenl,u P f™ 
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en 


K<! 


. spec 


ill are On to 

mens ofagrlo 
lea, rota rtoill 


"Joy- 


We wish 


all 
be 


gl 


dt 


f --' 


PIims EtntTT 


bar - 






ill 


We 

rt l 


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remind all tbos 


who, 

□ a r 


baring pr 


ha 


n 


"v. 


aonr 


ewplanstoad. 


ante [hi genera 


In 






webn 


p« they will romerabc 


and chee 






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ipondonls and 


Head 


n: We 






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trull 









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Riibejuisq IL.M Oo Saturday last bo had 

New England (.bonder norm. Lightning, Iboi 
der and rain— quite a curiosity as well a* a pica: 
am shower. Tbo rain Ml coploosly and tnai 

widely, and the ^ighlulDg Baa Tlrid, Ihe ihundi 

,. ___isity— .(.hi 
Seplembai ' 



was driven back with 
erf goo of the 8th Indiana bnllery captured. 

I forces rallied be pushed tbo enemy back, 
nod retook the gum. Reynolds lost heavily, bul 
■ilnbbomlj bold bis position, dividing Iho enemy. 



Imcd, failed to got off tils whole baiter; 



b the eyo of hi Hi to the Star of Hop,, 
bof of the soul, and Ihnngb tbo storms 

ir the pleasant whispers tint lay — 



fought gallantly, bur 
powered, lit failed 
lino, being pressed B 



bis position. Oui 
rorcd. Tbo rebels, 



tii.o 



ledotiba hoiln 



•led in . 



la bane. We trust our readers will eicuaa them. 

lag Ruoaii," i2D Clay street op atf.irs. Berera' 
tpecWot double and triple, apples, a act jolnu 
together like the Sl.meie twins, only mora close!; 
— tbey are curious and worth seeing— also a fci 
ororict, «nd pOBjegtaaates from the garden of Gas 



Xc,akU» M "i- «te«. a» ,.lr.;.. I. ,„, 



1 great aticotloo. Three patterns w 
■ The plain rifle, una silver mounted, 
old moooied_a.il porfoedy beautiful w 
raurdetoc.., ,!,„, m0 , be 10 "game" o, 

For tbo spori,nwB, nothing oner Infected 
a equal to them, „n U WO i,n CO mos Ihe " Ti 
r" these weapons will bo doiA dealing mo 
j]j. We V an, however, the only dear 00. 
they will slay— will bo the "Boring Deer" of o 
tolas, ilr. Codding of Petalumn, will I 
j> bear from nil who .wish a flno rifle. See 



Gold has 


llULlll.llt 


dutin 


Ihn 


-v.-,-k"in 


Tir™ 


I"ork 


com 


l.[J tu 11 


, fall in 












Tu 


G* 


«„\} 


»T1.- 


Wednesday, 


odge 








SClBloD 






' rtic 


appll. 




1 Henrie 


nil. G 




d, for let 




admin 


strnllon oo th 


eilnte 


of. 


osepb M. 


Gar- 


wood. 


The 


appllcat 


oo was 


reii 


ted by J 








10 claimed thai 








wood 
gave 


„(j 


irwood ci 
D r. child 


er lived 

f Jott, 


He 


nrleita M 
Garwood 
after the 


Gar- 
aad 


o! ho 


bunt 


and. Jo 


apb On 


iron 


claimed 


that 



iboln lino, when a withering Bra of muskoli 
oiled Irom right to left, and till Grn o'clock il 
igbllng was .crrinc. The general grew noiiou 

icrs new forces were opposed to Ibcm, and fro 
this till dark tha bottle raged with destructive 

Ihe eneni, threw forward frjsh tronps, and again 
engaged our right. Tbo action became general, 
and till loog afior dark rolled with fury. The 
battle that far was a bloody ono. Our Ion was 
very biavy. Prisoners .ay that .oroe of their 
regiments wore almnst annihilated. 

The Bnodny engagement commenced at a u., 
bol no considerable firing took place till ID 
o'clock. Previous to 10 o'clock, G on . Hosccrnne 
rode tbo whole length of the line, and aonn after 
the battle commenced, Grn. Thomar ">■" b-M 



..■ Of it., full 



nflcr birth, ond established the fact by the at- 
tending physician and nurse; the lair gi tea tho 
properly to Iho chHd as beir at Inw. Tbo quesilnn 
is ably reviewed by Judge Blake, and uil decision 
was In favor or Ihe applicant, and Jlrj. Garwood, 
the mother, was granted letters of administration 
poo the estate or IhB child. 

Colifi 



J. & O. SCHREIBEB, °sl 

DEALERS IS 

BEDS, BEDDINC, "8 

' ' hot 

FTJBISriTTJEE 

WE HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND THE BE" 



D.SPRINGS, of every alio ; Y 

CURbED HAIR; l ' 11 ' 

TOW; Dl JJ 

USD-LACE; Q 

LIVE-GEESE FEATHERS} Q . 

Spring and Mattress TnTSl la 

Ready- B ado BEDTICK9, 

SHEETS, and 
• COJIFOIiTEBS. 



SCHREIBER'S 
T»ulu. and Bedding- H>eP' 



x. n.— acnaEiBEiL'a 



call (, 



i!,f„r., 



s. Abon 
i forced t 



W.-J. P. Dyer, soap faclory on 

■ — Jlason nod PaclHo streets ig no „ 

log a very .ucce.,mi business, and manufnc 
res the very best family soap made, lather 
ra , "d" U " Ci ' '""^ Mr * ° ! " ha ' B »*« 

rns out bis thousands or pounds dntlv The 
PD " l i D ?. 0^,b .! , t n,, ?.««P '? ««»cnt, and 






lima 1 < n < fcir,.-Ul all th fll ean b 
nd Ibe Slato F a |,_ TbDre ff|u ^ ^ 
and mnrh to bo learned-and >l«, 
infnrinniioa to bo obtained, tbat e 



l to blm. Generals Wood and crops b 



Livery 8b Sale Stables, 

-103 KEARNY STREET, Near i-iao. 
Hoisea Boarded by tho Day, Week, or ■* 
•dls »h.M ^t^ar,, a>d <4. V ««'" 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Buggies 10 " 

» 9JHB rKDErtSIflNED H AVISO 1 

QbA-loaM'! IhJ above Suhlt... „H or . hW 

- V l ?1T H.>r»o Tarn.:,. 11,, 1,,, „, ,| l,.,ir,- 
11. I.-, mode to ilra>.. „ r n„ di,rl-.. No .ihon.'" 
olf-.r,,. l-u,=,l H^Ul „■..,'„ 'io,, nillbtl" 1 



!i!ii o'''.r'!'!;," : !; "^. !:'.';; ',;,v, , .; il ;';. ' , lll : , : ;'^! :;: 

coring or sick and lame Hortei. 
PaOllo patronage I. re.peerrully wllolw^ tf 

EDWARD ALLS"- 



•HCled i 



Cm cto to Buildings. 

," which, wo regret to say, has 
This kind of buildings could bo 

When properly constructed, llko 
,0lid rock. W» have soon thorn in different ports 
,ribe Stuto, and in «erj- on thef were of u 
japerlor solidity, and proved invaluable. For 
Jilrj-houjts [hare is nolblng equal lo thorn— 
cool, sod jet pure sit, free from nil [ho evil effects 
.Hilly so injurious to the dairy business in 
FDOuen buu.^i. Wt bopa Lhey Trill be tried. 



ni l j 



1 [be future time 1 Wo never listen 10 it in po 
g, tbnl this thought does not force itself upon 
:, be tbe tones In wblob it is ntlered nerer so 
guy. The lapse of a few ratal hoorj or minntes 
hedga It la with horrors, 
that of oil the millions of words which o llfe-tltoe 
ins recorded, these two little words alone ibs.11 
com to be remembered. Good night 1 tee little 
hild has lisped it as It pnucd, smiling, to s, 
brighter mora than oors ■, tbo lorcr with bis g^y 
of the nopllal morrow; tbe wife njid mo- 
I tho tangled threads or household cure! 
still in her Bogers ; the father, with [he appealing 
eye of childhood all unanswered. Good ni e bt I 
H rail tbnlcovers 



ita D A L, we are happy to kouw that by tbo | 
J&r[ B g efforts of JIchh. Hacks tLamberl, ll 
SBjr meritorious i--"- 
(terywue-- 

,„>■ v..lu, 



ind lutes 



and no* 



s A Un 



traojl"f" ■[■"->■ E»oh nlMcqiifat 1 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

[THE ORIGINAL 7 ?. P. STEWART. 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

A SCUMER AND WINTER AIR-TIGHT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

TFuod and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 



tn.' Dob Miurr-Li-tliMr, with prop" cite, el lout 

3} V /.or,. ■.:■:,■, jro ai > 6 lo oh Inst «ore Mt up In 



HHxilraciTr — *B aki nf , bollioc;, bnllln B , roajtl 

- .4ib. Bcosomv— Siring tbo tail of the Store In i 

I Vt'h.''v^T,'.",'.-i- : '.. i ITciT-ln Ho sut-ort Si- 
ll,.,,.,. (I., '(..' ■!■■'■ I'M I, lirtr-lv ir.ro (he ottl, (pM- 
HjuJi.t !.::■, '.■::.,. ■::-.' : ■.■>..■ ■ l-::^i,:.,..., 

1'icWvl. if .' ,.■■ n--,.u- ii,l.:i,.,:,il..^-ni 

lb-.olv ,■■! mv i'lu'J -h.Uvor 
Bin, i;...-,.,. -..-.:.. l or i3.iT-Thohoatceoor.to, 

If l'j- S . ■' !..!■! iJjninri, *„J u.-.J cr llir.Jai 

I«» lh» r-..:a at plsaiare 
Tib, To.. li.i-,.....,] PSC T r;-,rr.ia i'lce-Bj- woleh i 

'.'.'■'.r, ,':, ■■■. , .'.-■.' ■> i™U(S;jcui 1 1 hcMed ttso bjM : 
kuo»c in .en lion 



fol^l™ R (cS-Ao .rr-wem, 



Good Nioht.— How 



HE C'A LI FOEKIA F AJR, M E R j 



53 



gSod JiionT.— How eommoo-ploco is this ei- 1 
prosslon I aod yd what volumes It may speak for 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington streets, 
SAX FRANCISCO. 

in hand and for ule 



FARMER'S BOILERS 

DAIRY STOVES, 

PORTABLE FO G-ES, 

Pressed Russia Mining Pa: 



"Wrouglit-Iron 

MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 

Of All Slut, for Hotels. Sle amen and Mloing Com- 
M ANTJFAaTUEE HS OF 

TIN, 

SHEET IRON, 



COPPER, 
ZINC, 



Fine Farms for Sale. 

10 WJKT ROOD F\0U3 CAN SECURE 



All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 

TAY, BROOKS £ BACKUS,' 



810 Acre Farm for t 



KOHUjt'S 




BRASS, 



JAPANED GOODS, 



EVERY FAMILY 

SHOULD HAVE A 

Sewing machine, 

EVERYONE Bojlnj aSBWIKO MACHINE 
SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 

As It Is the MOST ECONOMICAL, sod Is 

ALWAY SATISFACTORY. 

Emmlrjatlon will prove to any one that 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

ia ana BEST 

Of all the Tsrioos triads of 

FAMILY 
iEWINC MACHINES 

ET.rofiored In the Market. 



It is TJiiequaled. 

In ill iloplioUT and euo of management, 

AND THE STITCH 
-Alike on Beth sides — all acknowledge to be 

THE ONLY PERFECT 

tltab. for ALL Family Sowing. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From tho lowest price to the highest price, 

IS GUARANTEED. 

> pnrchosl or, call and examine, or 

Send for a Circular 

Fran lb o OFFICE, 

Cor, Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWORTH, 



NEW GOODS!! 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST BEOBIVBD 

A IAEGE BUFFLY OF HEW .GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 



ZOXtlY Ac CO., 

GEHEBAL AQEFI3, AHD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 



FOR 

AGMCnLTnRALIMPLEmENTS 

ThejbdreUioTeiy Ik*: fadlbLu, onJoran nrrnrj-.-i:' n: iyIiIj 
Slr.Chn,.^'. 3tiipr4.ilL.:v.i-ll IcDuwn AyrlculiurfJ Iinulo- 



S V «U.«»^«s>isaf 

ew- Sing-ing- Book, 

VOICE OF PRAISE," 

10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

™onor(. and Loaders of Choirs, noJorders Imme- 



. "■ 



A. KOHLER, 

Marie Dealer, Sis FraocI 



JUST RECEIVED, 

Coaiploto ABortraonl of ever, Style and Variety of 

COAL OIL LAMPS 

ASD 

LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS ! 

One, Two, Three, Four, and BLx Light*. 

OILSI 

SPEEM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

NEATSFOOT 01X, 

TAN'KER'S OIL, 
HAOnlSERY AND BVRXIKQ OILS, 

Comet Illuminating: 

KER0S2NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE, 

FLUID ANQ ALCOHOL, 

FOE SALE BY 

STANFORD BROS., 

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



.oey, field and Tlain Silks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool FanUsil, Poplin d'Aragon| 
Plain Irish and French Poplin ; 
Plsl-J do do do \do . 

Plain .id I Fla'd Ottoman and MerUn. 

Rich all-wool Plaids, FroneU^O Lalne, 
Mohairs, Eningiico, Fonlards, 



ROBE IMPERATRICE. 



In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Ercrjlbinr; 



Sijlo and MaloriaL 



In FURS, 



Fur Cloaks. 

Far Mantillas, 
Far Tijipe", 
and For CoUars, and CuHs— Nen. 



....VTE HAVE RKCB1VED.... 

DTffiBCT FROM THE MANtTFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 

AXD MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IHISH LINENS, 

SHUtajUKTQ LIJNTElSr. 

LIKTE1M SHEETING, 



Additions haro also been mad 
to onr flocks of Bmbroidrriej 
Alt'iandre'B Kid Gloves, Balmo 
nil Skirts and Skirting, Haute 
keeping Goods, Fiuoaels, Hlaa 
keu, Quilts, Uadortvenr, 
Muslias nnd Sheetings. 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
Wo. t Montgomery, 



INTERNATIONAL HOTELy 

J-A-O^SON BTHBET, V 
■;,- doonibore Mont;oaioiT l BAN HIiMl-o. 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' Landtags, Business Streets, 

AND.... 

FlaceH of Amuse incut. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, 

Inr Bathing Rooms altachtfl 10 Hie Darber Sliap. 

WABM AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 

Thoroughly BonoTnted nod Nowlj Furnished Ibis 

|.iui.- LV1.U1V i((j..iil i..['E.',.j [i, T |!|; !.,.;:: ;- 
od AIR. Every R..,.,:r, i- furniil,.: I ..ul, .. u„ t ,,.j.,]ily 
ni..-i,i ; r ,rir.::-ll-j nI1 1 Hi.i, Jljure-. Ih,. [i,..'rr,-- 
■ ■;,.,! ■■l;:-i.- i" l-'k.-i- (ti,' LTf.,'t-i iiijii,1.-.v ,,„.! lli>T 
L'RS'ISUED FA MILV BOOMS : ™-l ,,1-v, SETS A3 
iii. .1 r.Mii.i: ,..-,-, t iivn... [ D UiaOItT 

lamdelermincJ ilm (!,, I -.7 ,;i,-;,tiu«l shall be 
-[.i.. <t l -„ D f.,tr..M, 1 . I,„t rcjuMitJ, W In all rei- 
icluui*ricr lo any like OJtaljIL-hmnnl in Itio -r. ... 
id shall aim 10 moril j conlinunnco of [Lo impular 
rem bi.i 0[i| nf.l b-nl„[.. ri , I'. nill l,.j i-jiiJo- ;•] 
i TEMPERANCE PRINCIPLES. 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 nnd 4%Q JACKSON STREET, 

A fow floor, below Moolsomerr, SAN FRAMCISCO. 

TJli fire-proof bulldinc pcrjjouoj manj navanlates 
toiho Irarolor f,.r cm.-. ..t,i..t. ■'■.:. h 1.- ,.nlj »mli , \,\ -i; 
fr.-.Q,rl,.. l'..,t...Q.;,a n J Uu.(.„ n ll..,,- ■ Li ..!.■..,■ ■("'> 
same dljlaeco fr^ro [bo principil plncoj of aiaiuem.™ 

The City Hailroad Cars Fasa h Door. 

Tho Houso L. cooducled on TEMPERANCE PRLN- 
' , QUIET. 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

i^^isr up Ji. o i tj n e r s 



^H 



ARNESS, ' 



S nddlcs, ZBi-icJllos, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE- WARE, &C. 

Nok. 214 and 216 Battery street, 
SAX FRANCISCO, 

■9- To correct m : . erron 



ptvtftlljlho farming pi 
Let en >i1Jr>i«I la 



ZORN&'CO., 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Henry's Repeating; Rifle. 



Wholesale Fricei. 
Fetalnma Gnards. 

'll""'' '"'' | '"' VrI! ■■ r | lii| l-ri :i<)UHTKt>. Thaprieoi 






^.oYViltfastot 



WHL T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHlPFrHG & COMaiBSIOH HERCHAHTfi 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

Hew York and Ban Francisco- 



FARMERS and ethen 



oodjsCRBDDOED RATES. 



HARDEN & FOLCrER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

WHICH HAS BTODD THE TEST IH ALL 
NATTOA1 COFFEE FIAVOB AHD HTRENQTH. 

Pioneer Stoam CoOee and Splw Mills, 

220 FKONT SXZlElEa?, 
SAN FRANCISOO. 1 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 



liltvldpbls [i.lUraoro. l.omlun. ■idV™KI. D [>r'-p>rtd': 
*1^ "wHk ieaJe'iK 1 "'!?* mabwl *' IndSdloB Volc^ 

DR. PEARBOFa NERVINE 

'ficolDtho mto ol Colarumla. 

' 1XUES PEARHON, U. D, 



Tho |ri--c> f„ r Il-ird and Room, are rorj moderate— 

FAoa AaS..^' " W " L ' WE 60LI ^ IT A CALL 



F. E. WEIfGASbr, Jfropr. 

IiiiernailouulC^-l .'■:.' i'-Z--'- '■".■:'.'''■ \l' ,''■ '" ,'■■!, 
Iholr BoBcafo, FUEE. p. E. WKYOAST. 



TO THEFARMDfGIMTEREST! 
JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPL E MENTS. 




Fuse, Pitch, 

Cordage, Rosin, 

ftTarline, Blocks, Oars, 



Tlta ucdantEaed would rappcffull, *-sll 



Attention _Hay-B^lers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JD3T REOEIVED, EX RBCEKT AHaiVALS, 

EDO Colli Bnpeilor Eastern Bale-Bopa, 



^~ 



Wasted. 

J^ MAN WITH "("j™ »'.™ TO TAKE AN IN- 
mlbABdltvKlI IhoFaiWl, ™ P| „ oi " LI 



54 



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m 



"oTE i foenT^Jaembi 



gome ipctitaa. 



Ion'. .M™" •*«"■'*>» l0 " 1 "; ) 





ii'„ 


u tbe ■ili«7 


igbt; 

















onn the «rdn 






Bee 


iif-J 


,1,0 mo.oing, r 


-eahand 


«W, 


Baa 


Li 111 


in old oee.a'. 


(IT Tig" 


keep! 


S« 






















earing 


be firm 


Making 


U nstnra smile 


■gain, 






nlllu 


.htre.midrt 


online. 


■nodi, 


Tb 


gIM 


null B»l°f= 







TopourltSFu,..udh..lihruli v ,. 

Likotbe -alar o( health "hloh H« » B0 a,ed 
TO gl« "> »»e """"P on " nb '' U '* ' h,rt 

Bcaulifnl in Ibo falrj line* 

Tho froit-klup; oft « »'ll eomblnes, 

Till ornaments richer Ibao pearls or gold 

Or, <ho poor nan's wlndo.--p.no unfold j 

Norle,,orbeau..JBnd B r.e.l.fonud 

In iba evening olond irilhglorr orewnod. 

TYhon lbs God or day sinks lo bii rost 

Tbrao K b the gorgwm gale, -t ib. goli'n -»'i 

BmuIUuI in the tears *»' f' 11 

Al tjmpolhj'a book OD *°' ,M ° *""' 

When a Eralde group Is mdoljri.au, 

And e=Nb d^r-ilcJ f"- ili'i-iiriabing « Beaten, 

4^nD S 'ui«wtirt«0«ia lore.- 

But fainsit, purest, holiest far 

Tbil fall on tbo crow bj (in deBlod, 
lo token Lho heart H reconciled, 
Tho ion! 10 free, Ibo sin forgiven, 
TheHorldletgorortbe hope of benron. 
Thin hail lo tho crtilnl flood 10 falrl 
Brighter [hen Jewel rleb and rare ; 
Besalifnl waler, fair nod bright. 
Beautiful u lb* iilI«T 1 'E lll > 
Beaolifal eterj form It bear, 

tlk~7 Mr* Girls. 

1»iA aoVns b-lf .0 ««« |1 "<•■ h ? f _^'. 

ll/ul, Dt dcllghttul 
Ho*npretlJ-,< 



Waareur Sw Yonri.— 
ille recording the. death of Mti. Margaret Cart, 
„ .ft r.r TrumbalL Carj, gf BatnTln, Net* York, the 
Hen- York Ereolng Post remarks Ibot tho deceased 
lailj 'Vis one of lb. first .clllura of Western Now 
York, aod the first white woman who crossed lb" 
jenesjee rieer. She emigrated lo Bnlarlnin tho 
pring of 1804, accompanied bj her brother, mnk- 
ng a Inrge P'» "f lb0 I° nr "J' on t """ b "^ 
From 1801 to Ihe day of her death (June 3id, 
1863), Balarla nu hEr home. Sho hud been 
longer In thai pnti of tho Bute than any other 
woman of tho half million who now form pnrl of 

dnllon of what has been the gardt 

Stale. " Jin. Cary wnj a lady of K»"« lolelHgence 
,d TblM, or nmiabln manner., bo.pllable aar 1 
■f-J. nf a widn eirclo o 
," Lei her own worki 

Fowl* or^tfRSTinsMS.— Nn bad man 1> e« 
hroagbtto repentonca by angry wordi— hy blllw 
scnrnful raproaehea. Ho forlifies blmiell against 
reproof, and hurla back foal charges in the fa 
hijacciuer. Yet guilty and hardened 01 hel( 
he bru a hcarl in bla bonom, and may be malted 
lo tears by a gentle toite. Whoso, therefore, 
and find fa 
alien broil™, i 



fesied thai it waa by the patience 
which he had for them. Eton the t 
whom I bare lived, caa be gained ir 
Wheo 1 hare kliscd tbeir'c bains, no 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVEBSTBTTSQ BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

TESTIMONIALS: 

91Y5,— NEW 1 OCTAVE PIAKOS 

,wllb uried logi, ISOO. 

. . - .r«l M. !■■■-■ ■:-..: *■■'.-.. 

), tT5, »ITO, HIS, »m, |1M, and HW. 



(MS -nd t310- 9^c^^t-bjn,l 



THE HOIUCE WATERS MELODEONS 
AND HARMONItJMS 



<c!m1i, L-idjw Sot. 



..in elegant girl, ' 

"ooo of ihoie lo«ly, lively, good te 

pered, good, hearted, aweel faced, amiable-, oe 

ioHasnea of her goodnei; 



.ilngaronnd the domeitle hearlh 



ICDCOOlSI 



The nit 



"Washing Mlacliine 



THIS IS A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE tK USE 
j .Ten Family, lo bo jrullj and tally appreciated. 
Till Machine ii or imal power and dorobllllj, wllh 
onolo. malli. double eolloni and double hint, or 

ndlroc T"rform ronn-rirtno of lb< '-■— 



.„., ..anlred lo_,— 

,:„!i-M ,-iv.- >.y mnaniof lha ) 



a, 1 a 



■'A nice girl ii aol the Inngolshlng beanty, 
dawdling no a .ofa, and discnaiiog the bat oo.el 
or opera; nor Ibe giraffe- 1 ike t 
majestically through a drawing 
girl may not oien dance or play wen ; anu a-» 
nothing about 'osing her oyea,' or enqueuing wi 
a fan. 3bo nerer loDguishes ; iht'e ton aclr 

her bare ibonlden, bnl slu quiet and anobirnsi 
—at the back of ibo boi most likely. la fan, It 
Ii not often In auch icenes Ihat wa dlseorer her. 
Home is her place. 

"Who riiei by limes and saperlDlonrls Iht 
mornlog meals? Who makoa tho loasl and lea 
aad hntions the boya' abiru, and waters tho flow- 
en, and reeds the chickens, and brightens up thi 
parlor and tho sitting room I Is il Ibo laagulaber, 
the glraffi!, or the tlegantet Nolnbit of It; It's Ihe 
nice girl. 

"Her onaided toilet is made in Ibo shortest 

how elegant her neat dien and plaia collar. 
m»l hearty kisses sho distributes among the Tam- 
ilyl no presenting of cheek or hrow, like the fine 
k, which says plainly, 1 



IlU .,oly23 lotbea Id lontlh on tho loilde. ind M 
bl*h lo tbo top or ibo b.,t. Not li-Wo U> get not rf 
order, vary eoor.nl. at, ojuiIt eloanod, n.al ai a balior- 
Ii-.t, and any lady lhal can on a broom or »wh a (hlrt 
can unit lo adrsauio, .HQoot harlni ber hands to- 

nod'irns'i'l ore Wuboil with oi(nal foetritT- 
Nd allpntlon i> rco.oircd on Iho part of Iho oporalor 

'iS tr^liDir lUqoalitl^ i-lll ,.ur,-l:.i.j -.r-: f ■: (tin 
I'LIICB "[' *H -,r»H!l SEW WillNii II 11 fji, 
after a fair trial lib nol found lo roily oom. op 

V will be relondpi ' 

i"™ ?«n"ralen | f l 1 nd"anIa Cla?r. COODIiel; and 
g eilber of tho Wnshine Marhiooi koa-n as "Cal- 



wlll a 



raid mac bine 
d da U at trail, 'in il 



aad If lb 



uh olouofe i 



>rSIO 



linio. or the uma amount nilh half Iho llnairth. 
r tho alteraibn that they will now, then wo will 

" "° Hm will Im 

Th.M.ebiot: 

■dlnlon 

¥iniiin San Joe, 



hr^Ji^ 



■ I :■ ! ! 



Jn»; alto, at the cllj of San Joao, 
uinesi ahould bo directed torn 
J. M. HORNBR 




thing, ill. 



iuh. ir i 

Ibo nice girl's ki>. 



o lb.. 



nnoot dinner; and all day long ibo la ni 
down, always doing, and always cheerful 
llgbt-beerled. She noter ceases to be bbIit 
useful until the day la gone, when iho will 
with the boyV aad sing Old Sangi, and play Old 
Tuna to her ralhtt, far hoars together. She li 
perfect, treaiore, Il the alee girl. Whan illn 
comes, it la ihe thai ntlends with unweuryi 
patience, ihe sick chamber. Tbore la no risk, 
miguo that she will not undergo ; no sacril 
that she will aol make. She Is all lore, nil do 



ded by sr 



indi. 












RASCHE a& SONS 



"Oneortbi 

lies of a nice girl, is tldlnois and ilmpllclty of 
dress. She la inrnrlably aaioclaicd in my mind 
witb a high dren, a plain collar, and the neatest 
o( neck-ribbans, bound with Ihe moil modeii 

girl yet who displayed a prafoiloo o( rings and 
bracelets, or who wore low dresses or a splendid 

" I say again, there la notblng In the world half 

glil. Sbe Is.lbe swetirii llownr iu the pBtb of Hie 

a merely admire as we go by. 
11 is where Vhe daisy grows tbat we Ho dona Iu 



PIANOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
musical Instruments, Strings, &c, 

4C(l™o» Yfikl C. Mojar, 'pWlndri'bial' T. Iilll™n° 

for'sALE andforEENT. 6 ' °° 1 ' " M """ ,T ™ biai ' 

rn.y li-.vo ibe laricst sleek of well itlKi.d ibcoi 

.M ..■■■■ .ii-111-ur..l Dwksln San Francis, „r,.l ii i. , ..„. 

from ibe ^rli.q Ij.-il r.-jblltrurs In tb* K.i-1 Tbrj have t 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.. 



b^jcJ nit:. 10 ,-..nt«, |3J |^r H>1 -ii c^plei lurnlitnj .1 lie 
100 price. W.1W.1 in. m«U price 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. I, 

po'r^r'iSecai^'Wnfwer^ 

l&"«^loof *"* 10 °' "^ 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 

Ii an entire new work nl 1B2 pt;», aod inii; 2iJS luoa and 

l.j .1,!':- :-,_:■ I. ., lull- rr,..r ■ ( i. ..-..! II- 

THE NEW PATKlOTrC SONG BOOK 

"raj CJuJir)-," 1 '"ri.-l (.'fcrtnlui U.T.,.' : '■ Ilir.,- , : 'l,'-.-. 
SS*»lOp*r7lio" e al.iled'al™iUprir»i. '""" ' 

THE HABP OF FREEDOM 

a 'in." ' U 1.1 raj |-:-|.i.: ;.-.- '-Oi.-r isif m ,ui,,-:l„. '-T::-v 
»...r!s.-:l ■,:• -Il il:- ilif," in lT|: - 5 .-iiLi i-n.rl-, :u (.uL, 

EUTH: A SACKED CANTATA 

^eco-l., P S«7e7 I 51o!'"" n ' SOCa,l, ' ,1SpI ' lWl *« 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 
THE ATHENJEUSI COLLECTION 



BOWE^" 1 BROTHER 

WHOLESALE Aim RETAIL DEALEEB IH 

STAFLE AKD SELECT FANCY ' 

GEOCEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Storey 

c P BVBB-ST KINK. AX tOW >»>» 

, ,i,„ aalooiion of onr stock or Goods. Many artloles aro BntinJ 
„„,„,., Mi <■ ..».• «~ ',„„„,„„, ,., „„ 

BU °i,')fTAV» COFFEE ..d.llolb.r*ol.,ll.a,. 

suoahs, p.» x 1 "" 1 ' °' d " b ' d ' '-"'•" a - ••' •"'{ •!■*• '"i* 

PRESERVES, Wl». '— , D.I.J E,»l. T UUI.d.. 
SPICES I......-H. ""d <" ""T '••■ BIRUPB =r cb. t. 7 *<„ 

..,„ r n o nUFCRir from tbe moat oelebrated Dairies ] also, cholcei 

SELECT WINES "nD S UQUORS, ..-^-^iJ. B»d. 

none but the boil; rho.0 thai do.lro cboieo Table fflnas, etc, or for Medlelnnl pnrpt 

boneless^ardVnm.'^m-x-tw. B ™^ 0L [n ™!r a ; pe^l0M ' 

B ° N HKitKlMEft COUSW CUKESE, noperlor to any Ohecs. in ^° un »?- 

ISABELLA Ji-IrTD OATA-WBA. "WIN 
iJ 81111, especially for Potnliy Use. 
il Culinary department of tbo Household, and tbo uml Jfa 

JS&3A&. aod S^'lobT^d Ocod. seat to any part of tbe city .promptly, -lit 

Onr friends from the Country tb at fan 



Theio wllh 
ncceoarloj, furni-bed My mo u re 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Hontgomer; gtreeti, 
Ban Franc' 



n RANCH BTORE— Hunt 



There n 



PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS TUNED AND REPAIRED 
Maibrunted end arranced for ell loitramemi! S 

Mi;--:- I ul.ll-h'.-h Mu-l-! .irr.ir.^tl n„,l l.ournl 
Denoloo Sll tor SlrinrrimanafMlurod liwdor. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE ACENCY 
FIRE .A-ISTD LIFE. 

OE'FiC E— ISorthweat Corner BIODtgomerT aod Sacramento alreelil 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 Mil 
ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, h 

OF NEW YOHK: 

Purely mutual. Tht only »or_fc Company in America vhoit Ckarter proeida that i$\ tbo prafiUikO 

it divided pro rata oniony Iht policy holder), 

Polloiei Issued at this AnraOT without ibo uiaal delay of tending appal lea lloni toKow York. 

Relldenae In California, Oregon, and Setada Territory, and tranilt to and from tho Elates to CilSo- | 

ilthout oilra oharge. Dltidondi applied to payment of Premiums ur added lo polioy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

OF HAHTFOBD, OOMN : 
Rcsiiicnoo la California, Free of eitra cbnrgfl. 
Thli Crfnipiny deelarei 60 par cent DlTideods aonnallT, and tho Adored nun If ho deslrel giro nnflV 
jne-half Ihe nnuual premium. 

Books nnd Pnmphloio eontnlnlne Tall detail! nf tho lyilom of Life Insurance, oan be had ai tho Arrentj. 

The ChBapest and Best Life Ineuranco Company in the World! 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, . 

OE" HARTFOBD, OOIJISr : 

ASSETS, S1,000,000 1 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRA.NDISOO FOR THE SEOURITT OF POLIOT H0LDEB1 

$50,000 ! 
HOME* INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORE: 

ASSETS, $1,600,000 ! 

Letters of Credit for §340,000. 

Washington Fire InsnrauCe Co. Security Fire Insurance Co, 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co. Pack Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Eire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 






VOCAL MUSIC, 
With Piano Accompaniment. 



....„,.- bj F„.!„ 



HA.YNES & LA.WTON, 

w 

w CROCKERY 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY. 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 

(ire on W a Tary Unjo aad fall UHrUoout ot lea atwi 
Onudi, wl.lcli lhey aie sdllnj In ou, B Utto» 10 inlt, el IBB 

ITeeiU p«nlcular elwauoolnoor C1JDCKB, vblab ere c 

The Mew Haven Clor-K. Campsny'. Mannrntniro. 

(Pormerly Ihe Jenme CoBpuy,) 
»«"■* AOENT9 FOB CALIfORHI*. 
th.tpor.uadla R Tota 1. 1„ ,2 witb tbT/e " BASW,U S ™ GET . CQ ™™ "EliCHANT. 

11 sah nunoiaco. 



Homstt— The cboicett building, a aie t b c | DW . 
eaironadalloaa; tbe boil balsam sinks 10 tb< 
bolmini ihosoaare of, torn and houghs of trees 
tbat are most tilled aid best laden, bow lonest; 
so do tbole souls Ibatlara moil [odea niih |h< 
fruits ot ParadlsaX I 



Tub Hems YoioftJTbe siree' 




Waters' Cheap Mnsio for the Billion. 



Board of References i 

FRED'K BILLINGS. E-q. J. P. FLINT. Ksq„ 
HESR.Y (JARLTON JR., of Flint, Peabodv iC*. 

or W. T. Oolcmaii ai Co. LODIS McLANE, Esq., " 
ANDREW B. KOHBES. Esq., n f Wulla Fargo i: Co. 

or Forbes & Tinlicoclc. C. B. POLHEMUS, Esq.. 
JOIIN H. RKDINGTON, Esq., of Alsop & (Jo. 

or KiidiDgtOD cc Co. JONATHAN HUNT. Esq., 
J. D. KITTLE. Esq., San Franti^V 

of Doufiit, Klttlo & Co. 



1 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES, 

The inburlber, late a member of Ibli trnli-knann Firm, 
has aitabllihed a 

Wholesale and Eetall Depot 

At 726 Froadway, New York City, 

Urrn. ' 

He is fullT [irormred lo furoleh Ihom ot tho rori lo»- 

,-.: IVhi.le, ,1.; nn,l 1U-1 ill [■,!„,. 1M ,1 ul - c „ p iAB „ ,, 

(ullj -nrrauied. Send Tor Daioilpilio Clrculan, and 

SIBERIA OTT, 

728 Broadway, Hew York Oitv. 




ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

The bcJt Plano-Slool iu use [hi. . n i«_ 

SK.K!—- • so * ^«" crxra 

Bootman's Pianoforte Toning Scalei. 

-SOMETHINQ NEW- 

SlDBItl-v OTT, 



Twenty-five Cents I 
AMBROTYPES I 

JOHNSOJf'j 

First Premium GaMl 

No. 610 CLAY STREET...B.-\H FBAh't" s£ *^Ejj 
FOH SO OBISTTS. 

ALL STYLES OT FANCY nA^Kd mi [•AK< )E ;^ Sli 
!.rar>ortloniiel r low, and norramed ihe hi"- "»" 

PliotoKrapliK for 83 per " 01 

ToarrDoLi,*., ,.nl SJ oilra »X; 0». doll«i ' 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 



Bi'ivarc of Imposterf 

*3~ Tbe nubile aro nollBed thai thi.-i Ii iba « n "S15 
in r..»n .,i ibo ri-imo N-ii-,, itio ramble flal-fT, 
'.be mromont nlth GK011QB U. JOHNSON cal"^ 



S- W. SHAW, 

umber 10, 3d Door. Ilorcnnlllo Libra tj 



THE CALIPOBNIA FA.BMEB,. 



55 



Notice to Fa vm e i* s 




IP.E GREAT NEED OF LABOK-SAVIXG MACIUSES IS THIS STATE, WE PURCHASED 

Ii ■■• !.'■. <■:■■![ i:< I, '!.■.: RIOHT IN CALIFORNIA, i" in- -vslobrated 

WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

j b Boy and Turn o»n Sow nod Collivale, In the hen powiblo manner, FIFTEEN ACRES PBR DAY. 



11 llkolj 
D SOWER AND OCLTIVATOR ■ 



( ..f .it,]... 



nted, Ii 



. TI row the Ore 



»I CM Jlirkot slte-el, S»a Francisco. For farther particular! address, 

D. & H. A. WINTER, 

QBO MARKET 8THEBT. 




TBEADWELL & CO'S 

LIST OF MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARV EST O F 1863. 

L waoimwv™ r MOWERS: 

ECCKEff' „,;;,.,",, i""™' 1 > c »' , ^«"t- enrin iud. nimni Mower, No- Machine, noil spoken of 
i lB " U * H *- UNION MOWKR. ■• ■■ F(H'l1D«Ciillio(UM. 

Inomn,. C,>M "WED MflWEBS AND REAPF.RS: 

I RlBBf ' C ,"" SLl ' "*■ W'fcH A11UH clt. lUVIiKl'H do do da 

ao *> do EAQLE do do do 

Iwofii,-, , F , „ B „.„„- REAPERS: 

Ui:;v,"J l, KB RE * PE R- MmmUTCK'S SELF-RAKE REAPER. 

arssn-3 <na.p.R» B Ka B HBAPER "" du 

Bsiivn. , HARVESTERS' 

l- »EsuEA*ens, PABMEH'inilKvi .,i-mis. " WOOD'S SWATHED. HEADERS. 

TEAM THRASHER: 

OWEN'S, LANE, Dl'EK 4 CO'S Eon™ mJ s.wMoni 

■lew „ „_._ THRASHERS: 



&TT ^P*' 3 O*" 1 " M - »■ «*» W-l«» Thrubor 
EJIEBT-sTKo l-h™ Crashers. d " 



|j HORSE-POWERS AND BTEAM-enOINES- 

HAY-PRESSES: 

aOVE'5, end INUERSOLL'S Hay-Presses. 
BXTRA CASTINGS for the ..bo,. Machines Boltlnf-Rabber and Leather-all rf,,,, 

i) TREADWELL & CO.. 

I »Hi..WT„ U b.t 1 j., m . s ■;,,'■ ''.;:;::' ^ l ;":\\™} D * Utl * '**«•. san francisco. 



h hid at our Slaioi Id ttarjtrllle earf 



GBOCERIES, 

WHOLESALE' AND RETAIL 

For Cash Only. 




ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, And Bosh streets 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For Male By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 




Ho. 128 Banaome street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLODK....SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agents for Iho PnelBo Coast, 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE- F PUNISHING GOODS, £0. 
SOLE AOBNTS IFOR 

JHALLER'S » 
FRUIT-JARS, 




THIS DOTEL HAS BEEN ALTERED AND Til- 
proved, sad will hereafter be conduced on the EURO. 
PEAK PLAN. Boardori "111 be faml.bod meals at nil 
b on, at (be Not Deportmool. corner of Market street, 



ntiroly dlitlnet from tbo Hole]. though npenlnafren 

ELEtJAST SPITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMiLTF, 

At «oll m Slmtlo Rooms for Trnnileol Paln.ni. 



colden eagle 

|hotel^ 

Corner Seventh and K streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



leuant to ill to si may favor blm with a call. 
With ample nccommrdailoDj bj moans ol friclooi 
uileaof Bmm.i for Families, and by recent enlarged 



i, by i 



lil.M 



. tbo wnt. of Boarders; while the TABLES will be 
rovldid with the >or; best iho reason affords. 
Ca.maoso, to end from (he Hole! to ihe Railroad 
an and Steamers, at all times. F reo of Charge to Iho 
alrons of the Hoi.l. Hotel open all night. 



«ly fur i 



Hotel li a Fire-proof STABLE 
<f florae! and Carriages of [he 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lato Woodford's Hotel— 

P ACHE CO. 

jSt THE rjNDERSIONED.HAYrNQTAKEK 



j boeooolargfld, anomborof ^tcpinc ivuma 
i tbe wbolo eiUbllshmeot Ihorooghlj ™«ttod. 
it noil adapted la every reipooi to the ro- 
of a noil conducted country hole] No pain* 
.rod to MMrlome to tbe comfort of cur guc.l.. 

A Livery S to bio 
ed tilth thlt lintel. Horaol and carrlagei 

A Daily Line of Stages 



rfittrari ^{jml)l)£rg. 



17' 



■a tbo > 



Brtmfull of lore, not! happloou, too, 

Awalliaf Papa. 
May, with bcr placid, (bonghtro.1 brorr, 
Qoollo farn beajnlng with lovo Jail now; 
Willie, thsrngqp, (ojoyou, 



jr Mtty— 



Papa. 



NolHe, nllb rin K lele of mnny hue, 
Godly nulling hotnccD tbo hvo, 
Proiilng her cheek to the window pi 
Wiihlng Ihe abjent ens bomo again, 

AwI1tIbg.popa. 
O, how thoy goto nt iho p««ers by; 
ill" they gaily cr 



"Try nj 






Ind Nellie add), "Thare'i the tirllight iter 

Awaiting Papal" 
Jack node and smltei, as with hoFy feet 
He lights the lamp of tbolr quiet itrtet. 
The snent littlo group bo know, full well. 
May, and Willie, and golden haired Nell, 

A nailing Papa. 
Bonn Joyous ihoula from tho wiodow-ieal, 
And eager potior of cbildiih feet, 
Qay, mu.ic! chimoi riDg through (ho hill, 
A manly vulco reipondi to tbo call. 



A young lady who was rrbuked by bcr 
ir kissing nor intoadtd, jnsiiBed tbe act t 
ij the pajaage, "WhalnoeTer ye woald ll 



gather honey from p 



period of tun yoora has elapsed sin 
Tiber;! ilr.L iniliL-d jmljljc nttenlion I 
ar properties of their Patent Aile-g 



■■'• I'f"?"-! 






iks to tbe liberal 
■go portion of it 

ors of California, Ihe demand for [heir 

;tare baa gradually increased, and doi- 

witbatandlng tbo many apuriou! itnitatinns, which 

introduced from tbe 

Eastern Sutes to compete with iheir nnicle, ihe 

AL AXLE-GREASE bus now acquired an 

.rlrnled reputation, citeodiDg tbroughou-. -.he 

Qglh and breadth of California, Oregon, and tbe 

neighboring Terrltoriej. 

But whilst lie sahacribera return their grateful 
knowlcdgcments to a discerning public, who 
ivo so largely pntroniitd ibem, they aleo unite in 
■ner.il l.iiii.iniiiiion at the p.oir.icted dinirninta 
bicb continue to rend our unce happy and tuiiel 
ud. Iho supply of raw qmttriiil dura ibo E*sl 
iving in consequence bt-oii eutir.ly out ofl', tbo 
h.H-nl.iT.- lurn.-l tlnir nltt-lllioD to tin- tubftlLu- 
in of Oanl-oi! ns a btuli of tbolr manufiiciuro, ' 
it after applying every menns Bnggealed by tbo 
od.rn ,i|,],li,-iiiiuu "I lbs reknee ol Chemistry, 
i-y li-cri- relucl-nilly MHji|n-lkd lu [In.- i:..ncluiion, 
' *' light be for illuminating 
• '- —equaled, V 



i tor whkb it b 



Imjionant to the Traveling Public ! 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

LENIOIA, OAL., 

Tliomaa Bromley, Proprietor. 




PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

rr>BE ^UllSimiPTIOS-bOOKSolibeCrnlril P.cUo R.I1 



i «oUcripllnn to be paid. I. 



'V.'iir-'i' :■'■'"■ "J ■ 



satisfactory Aili 
duce of Onli 






i UiK'ii 



Enlly 



.«io might bo collected from tbo i 



n lliu- 



ertics any oitrjllpr material frnm ibe Kastero 
Statu. Ills hoped thai nt,t tir.uL! rauv bo put 
forth and now discoveries tnuiio, ?o Hint Culifornia 
may sooa bo independent of all foreign supply, 
for we believe our lofir mounlains and enr 
mielily pi(i>> lL.r,--.t., will )el glvo us that snpply. 
And if the subscribers can only obtuln tha 



.,|.1„ i, 



I1UCKS& LAMBERT, 
d MImii;, otrteta, Sun Francisco 



C. E. <lll.l.ns, 



American Watch Factory, | 

- WATCH REPAISIHQ I 

^)AT NEW YORK Pnif.'ES <0$\ 



SAWYER 8s CLARKE, 

IllPORTEas ANB DEALERS |M 

Pure New TorK, floston, and New Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

■ porlor quality. For aala^yVha'p!™, * "' 
Barrol, or Case, alprlooi oo- 
preeedeniedly low. 

Corner or Front nt. ana Broadway, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Italian and Common Bees, 







its 



ip'l -.: MIlMEHOFFIUB.M'idJ'J^t 


S*Bf 


,.,„. 




wanted. 








" ,■„,.,.,;';','; 

ik i.itiiiju. 


fiflssl? 


"S, 


■as 


ifSS." 



, or $10,000 Wanted, 



WAHTED-ln the Country, Tor nee or l». ,„„ t 
^. S (.t..,,t....... ,,..u. ii,, ..,,,„-.■, ;,'■; ;;■■;; 

eUJmaicf II. B, D, ihti oUlco. ™ *" "P l"" 1 "^ ' ) b 7 



56 



" THE OA£lFOENIAjABlB 



tturltets. 



4Klii»; In Wheat ihlpperi W .pwlnfilJ. 
tidy bought 1«g=lj ln lb " ' 



--ill-. I- .il'\,^iiuiiii nctnij ,...,.-.-, 

n quarter, or twenty centi n jew, pajou" 
quarterly io od.nnce. Semi-v*^ papers Un 



Si.i» 



• .mine f 



srd and eoluK a 



quid Oil* 

Unotinalmarlieddeeli' 
laatpoiradeslbeWI" 






and doll 



nFeed G 



Our opinion l! 

t« B rwbcd In Wheat, and uoj 

We look for a falllee: 



ulbunWboo' 



n filled. HI) 
OMlni looold long rulo It high 
le« (omelbiDE unforeseen shonia nnppou— >■"■« 
nolbln B <o warrant P~~' !■*•* *»" *"." 
dull nod it is ■>!<"«" [ ° En ' 1 1 ,D " 1 " ,l ' . 

crop Se represented as Tery largo. Polaloti coniio 
dql L Upon if ""ole "T ""■"^ "■"*" l0 ° 
P[0 do M Market « rrwu *» ot.»u.i.ci«r 

A i],,f thotcstolsontbobeillifor Grain and Fit 
■niuMiJ filling np- 0" E "P ocU "' " '°"°" 
a. bark Coo*—. f« Aublaod, N. t. W. »« ■ 

bX. ui — »•»■«. fl °" !kl 0lU ' Si0 *? P ° 

t«,, MB A. Wbct. Tbo but Eleolur, to 8*w 
lil.nd, S. Z.,10,0Mq 



— Fall-blood Merino Slicep. 

cb'."oc"rto^.° UT Adyro» lo"° rg»« "" °5> r 



reck, ibirtj-fi' 
ind not c 



I IkssM. Swedish & Dillon ol Puchi ' 



cellent »B«lej Hill 
of special ■UcnlltKi, 
able 10 loom as 1 
Pacheco ii a growi 



ill giTE th«l 

S. & D. have n very cs 
o "Gang Plow" "ortb 



moro to say « 



a In Mi 



(hull I 



JWfWi &™J>" A«~— W» u<mld in. 
those wbo are purchasers of Eoeliib and Gem 
hardware, cutlery, and fancy oood!. to i the , s*m 
rooms of Messrs. Zorn * Co., in tbo Oorernto 
House, corner of Sanaome acd WasbleRlor lue. 

T «£. T - h "* K ' U - -"•----" -'" 



kind). Thdlloo 



nnd A a.i-' 



i Wheat. Tbo 1 



lads. 



. Too Elick Prince 

Bom Kims *»• >*'» " d 10O ° ■ 5r "* k ' P ' 0Dr ' 1!01 " 
Hay 40O.k71Jat«,lW boiei oad 300 »ki Potolt 
S733 >ki ffheat. Tbo tuk Urogoay for 8idoej \> 
TTtik. Baric,, «« qr-.k. Floor. MS sks O.u, H 
(ts Wb«U The sblp Darlog =00 •«•»«»* 
bbb J000 hf-fki »l tewi qr-ik. Floor. 150 _lks f. 



i;^vv!ll---. i -r L lr,.i,.o, nod ibo ship Sidney. 

Oor roctlpu of Produce ftom anood tbo Baj .,noe 
01 r la... rcrorl bavo b«a M fo!lo„.i Wheal ST.W1 
tk> Barky 15.102 ite. Oat- 273 1 <1«. Comoeal 861 ika, 
IV sol 315 balas, Flour 11,«B qr-eta, Bran lfii* aki, 
Haj iU turn, Boaas 570 <ks, Potaleta 735 iks. Com 



Wool, ores™ -ye ■■ 



DonwiieFlWBSMa < 



BMaJlK 



I WmblnBton Harkev— Sopi- % 
abippta.. .-t"0 JU 



Laol^^uuoadf Joraor ■- 



S'-v::-. 



Aiparaenfl.. .. ,.^D..1 



lelico Cattl> Market.— Sept- E 

an, ltt qualilj, Ijl.i. '^r 1 . ». 
ih, lit do 3}!*<c. 

!d do a@3e. 

3d do l@!c 



HE WAST3 A PLACE. 



i Youim MA ^ lF ^ a F l 






AiiExtraFloeKof Sheep for Sale, 



,-;.;„:,; 



TlIE SPJ-ENDID 

Full Blood Durham Bull 

MASTER 
BTJTTJEItCJXJJP 



TO LEASE, ETC . 



Splendid Orchard 

FOB SALE, 



-^oUrchsrdoootali.iaBVBHTV-FlTB ACRES, and 

Fifteen Thousand Trees, 

""Iooi'm ol ! ffl°» ib-n i4 or com of tho prlco at *hio 
" t i l n , e l." : ..'nt'EN'OLIStt COTTAGE H0U3B, fine Barn 
aod Siable Sho.1^. MdOutbullJlBJJ. . ^f^"'^, 1 . 

«rtii b « I '^. M t£» &[&■(""'» IoV°m"id«*-' ot "tb* 

' l OHO Glie'rry. 1,000 Apricot, 

' 1,000 Grapo, li» M "^ ncioo »- 

The Crop of Fruit lilt, roar I. •»•"«';, 'J!*! ™"J 
k».^. ■.„ l lil il.i itrt 1 to c s am no Ibo tlrcnoro, now 
fnful"fru"l?« Til »°ald Tbo an ussuraoce oflumal 
' VlTLE PERFECT. A tood portion of^tbo ">« »£ 
thn blVcban«f th.t'hM Co oHorrnl' For all !.■«»«- 



•mlndcJ lh"t BUTTF-il'.'Ur tan 



Splendid Farm for Sale. 

TTfB FARM IS SITUATED IX CONTRA COSTA 
1 Coontj, befaj one of tbe m0 " honl,n T l*rtioo« of 



nrlca*. Wo^erewttli alio ib.i Ptdi>roo = 

MASTER BUTTERCUP 

A beautiful roan, r.l, -1 J..!v l-i, I-"; 1 /'^''\ '"'I'.'W'"! ''] 

aSejiB f BOBS' s '« ' 



THE HEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 
H A TS1 H A T S 1 

JAJIF.S C. COL1.1SS AllKJJT H... 

O^r aid fiiendi "ad tlio public fencrally are eordlally la- 
Hew Spring ana Summer Style of 
SELKHATFOE1863. 



M 




■.:'■.' j. ';7- 



■.ll:|fi,-.i iTIllVi' ■■, 



Pu7o"7o^a."''. P 


















































'■■;■,' a.- ■' 


;: ::;:•£ 


F I...;. 1 V.VIr.u,. 


■») 










:,.■>■ „ 


-"■ j;--.-' 






C^l™" ' 




















b CCCt =::^ 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAG-B 

Jan be preeured in Ihiinell known IVirohonie on tbc 

Kr=n facilliy U> "ffcrad for norlng Whoat, Sarlsf, 
floor, and other iMmoatlo Produce. 

Made on »ppro»od MtrcboodUc. 

W«. T. COLEMAK fc CO., 



( in |i!.- II .'r-.-.i .- li . ..,.>■'.. .■■ irv |!.n !■■,,! :l-ii:.j [!i!h 
i .'.:•■ .. rnr.L .! . iThl.:li .: •■, ! -r ■ 'n 'i ""n| -:iiy Ilir. ■■ .■: 
I:,.! 'I ,i.'-....|i:i'-,l ..■....'■! |.'.-.; I .[ I,r.-i ■ .1 !.-, J"- ...i l 



FA.CHECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 



;■,: ■ . :1.i!-.:' ■-!.. "-l" r " ■ 

rrb.'.'. *!r"r^!so| da BliokTy beBeb '.'. 1 
Ql- .. 1? ltraJ'P>«ppOT.. .. ^?B.. ^ 



Bauer, Ctf...*>n 
£., Eulcra.... 

F&nilocMfg. -, ■» 



.■S ..|Kapl>Euiu- .. 
IL^KnttOB .. 

['i^.'Tfn-nr... 






THRASHING MACHINES! 



THE UNDBRsfcHJED AB.E TH 

fri.n] lbs Manoraclarur. of a saporlor lot of 
OEN'lilKE 

PITT'S, and C. M. Kl'S.Sl^LL & Co'i 

CELEBRATED 

EICHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AND GEARED. 



4, 6, lO, and 12-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMERS are cinoolilly rcuncalcd to call and 
be before pan>haain E alien horo. 



nM>r;!-:siiiNJ-:i> r.iF:srni: ■ 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL, 

.-in,- :nli-:l Mill. c.-.[..il.l'.- .-1 L-r.i..l t .L' .--HVil.l Ah [I .'. II. U.I' 

'1 I.'!;- .■. l-.rl- y nil n I,, -jr. ■■ :L; .■:, ■ ':.i :.-r- ■ ■ ■.'.-. I Till- 

in, !.■.. ;■ ,rn .1, ..'..i '.J in ..!■ I Iiiiji|....ii'ii[ v.ill !,"■ - 

A NEW GANG PLOW. 



EVEB.Y KIHD OF CASTLHGS, 

any 7o" ndryln Uio aLi' 1 "" 1 '"" '"°' M7 "^ ^ 
• BTAJtUIHII A 



, n flKaoro<of laud.-itba: 



llinj; ilroatu of Bood iralor run 

rm. The land U loilublo for whoal. isarlo: 

ibui, potato**, olo.i foooed «Ilhc.fi«-board fe 



line through, tbo 
1, barley, corn, 
board rencu and 
tliht. A pjod 



nlth all oonTooloooei, lathed nod plwteie 
nd liable, corral, olo. BOO Fronoh and Octroi 
■ieei, iko years old, eonilitin^of omd varielii 



ity Dood will bo gireo as the title ii perfect 
'alcnl from the TJnllod States. Thoroiaatw 
[ for .hlpploe sroln near by, nharo boats of 
rdon land rȣUlaily. There la a school ouo 



Pacific "Mail Steamship Compai 



tijm vovurwixa bjri 



iupt. 1-CO.VSTITOTION. J. T. K-oliln., cona, 

Sept. 18— OBIZABn, Geo. H. Bradbury, Comnuti, 

ipl. S3— GOVDBS AOB, Wm. P. LspWio, a Jam 

At O o'clock, A. XL, pooctukuy. 

Tfoift. F.a.ssr.A.TM.a^ 



Pauaicura w' 



id Campanf, and trom AaplawiQ t 



PEOPLE, S || 
OPPOSITION 

STEAMSHIP LINE 

FOK TXE-W YORB 
VIA NICARAGUA. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE 

750 Miles Shorter than any oilier 

Tub fuit and fufotllo ill 



8 



SAN JUAN DEL SUE. 
From Uisaioo alreet "Wharf at 3 o'clock i. 
OnSatnrday, - ■ • - ■ October 3, li 

oeetlng at GRBTT0WN nllh lbs spltill 
Bteamshlp 



A LAHGtE and FI1VE 

Farm jbr Sale. 

1A PARS! OF 10M ACBEa, ALL OHDER jaaa 



^ Tin; i:m.h;ii.-hi:-v.ii :iuif "rFii!' to 

HZlLlheTr'no^k °flo\ai to^iln Fifty Load of Iho 
5~otiuia> FRENCH MKIU^'J lll.'CKilnlhoUnilod 

: "'rui: '■!, 'i; r '. '"'„', ."un.', l ,''i-. ; i,;h|.;oo bead of wbloh 
yiH.i..:l.,i iiSildip.-lSl 1-2 lbs. an average of 25 lbs I 

"''■", ili ■'". 'JULIUS WETZLAR, Saeranonto City, 

i-JtDHHL- ,\. J<JM£-. Ht .na'iFarul, FcalhorRlTor, 

Sutler Cuumy, uppojlte SlwliPi, or to 

M.ill'KL BRAICIVAN, 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General CommlNsloii 3Ierchant§. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

CONSTANTLY OK HAND, A FDLL AND C011 
plete aMonmeiil of 

COR,I>A.<3-E. 



■namoanuo'DderisI 
,nd Ibabljhottmarlol 



.■i.i.i,' , 



iiufihoui— masbifl her ui 



i.l Tnir,.il Ci.irjijny for tnuupaillD^ pusM.'0£vn 
For further Informolion. or piMaao apply " ' 



ke 



California Steam Navigation CompujH 

Difjuturi dolly /MB Braaiiav ni*rf, al 4 oVtaV^g 
OARRYIHO 0NITSD STATES iIAE.| 

C-A^^^ ^ 

OIIUVSOPOLIS 




Bee Keeper's Directory. 

flSanTIHS n °OE " Aa "'■''■" ['rilit'.Ml FLE1 TIT T1IK 

rTT'.l.l.riV'.'. i-..:|''l.. ■:■■'■:..., I 1 , I .J ■ til I. llOot. 

. FAUMKUOKKIUE. ' 'll 



Ayer's Componnil Extract Sarsaparllla. 



_ ""rrab..'™ 

■ .;'■" jn.iiboi (tirrt.. ., 



. . . eaihJ US J 1 0!>| Kaabiu, Ui 
.'pa. Sj'a aibialrrd.. 



| ■ ■ V. • .. ■.. r, II jiolilly. 'Jli.r 



DEWITT, KITTLE & CO., 






t 


Doane's Hay-Press. 





















^ 






pjutdol nlih Dock.HllllUlriai lodlnol flu., t.,'at''ls r or : I;r' ; m 



I I'." I I. I.. . I'. 



Plf^ar 



JACOB ZECH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 

416 MARKET STREET, 

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE TO THE POBLIO 
Ihnt lliovn,,,.,, „i, I, ., ,,,1., ,-.„„„, .jrliueotorioTon- 
m tavo OTor-miHi.r. 1 1, r- .. I n,,.- !■ ,. u r niy ot 

""Pinaba-ar; ..f l-i „, ... „,n ,,',,, i:' r. lliolr adrunla.e 

,:, r:„ :',„','.' I ;" l ,'.'.," , .l ''"'"■■' '■■;.'■ iu-:. i.u-, .i-.,.:i.,.. 

IG " JACOB ZECH. 



Information Wanted, 






,',. 11,1. I in, r,.n fn.i:.-; ..'■..; '| 




iv, r- ii-i.i uuu. 

|», NY. 

I. II,- i.L.lil 
UI Mi,,; I, 



W. E, MILLER'S EXPRESSJ 

k To Silver BlDuutaln ""f ; 
Virginia City, I 



DlE-Tco C 



W.K. MILLER, Prti 



HOLLOWAT'S PILLS AND OINTlP 

CAN ALWAYS BE OBTAINED 0? • 

CRANE & BRlGHAtfBf 

WHOLESALE DRUCCISTSrl 

Corner of Eront ond Clay 'W*! 
S-4A" FRANCISCO, CAL. 




^^re^PKr ; ut^i#^L liiilllilf 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1868. 



NUMBER 8. 



;% California faiTO. 



Drill DonUu.910. I 



CIlJ nlwrlbori, OeUmod 6J 



Oar Rambles in, tho Country I 



bo beijg undc 
Dr. Win. Jones, 
RUorpny'l, has i 



j[ vines, make iho garden spol one 
nuiy. Al toe time of onr Tisit the ire 
nding wILh their loads of fruit; supc 
ujjplt-s, plums, etc., in nbnadance, otb 
uita bud also been abundant. The go 
i irnut, nod all bad, in our opinion, b.i 
cred, tiie great error in nil tho gardens 



rapid growdlb of tip wood, the consequence 


bnslness. From ibcie siablcs^u th 


l^Tl'i-ropo! 


loo much wood and Ibe frail email. A very 






lire lad mis busy, roODifesling a groal inlevcst 


under ibe care of T. J. Jlnttcion ag 


nt of nil. 






established i 


1 be sill make a good gardener. 


1362— n pioneer— recently it hoe ] 


nsscd into It 


'. L. TnlTers, Esq., lias h gardco homestead, a 




alt is all pu 


ry prcily spol indeed, foil of fruil trees, vines 




be brewery 








n bit caused ibo overgrowth of Ibe trees to 


pounds of barley Is consumed mo 


tbly. This 


fir injury. H e raises fine grapes. Mr. Travors 


a songly and prudently managed 




i perceived ibe error of over watering- and nil] 


supplies Murphy's Vailed to, Angel 


Camp, Colum 


Mrrigata bat «. very Utile, will cultivate in- 







urtd hy loo much iitUr. Mr. Staler 'till 
;«te >o ranch in future, snj before G p. m. 
WijnalL Esq., lias a fine garden spot, con- 
ioing a colbtfiion of rnses, planti, vines, etc., 
ticli urv tiffing for ibe want of proper nttcB- 
". Ilr. WfgDsrti li away, >od pel plaoW need 
■' nl attention. Tbc fruit trees wer« loaded 
nit, bot even tbis very abundant harvest 
»r». The tree* were planted in 1358. [t 

rotq so pleasant a spot. 
■ Hatch, Btq., has a pretty gardca spot on 
I *idc, with some 200 trees fall of frail- 
er, too freely watered, Ibe result of which 
h Injory. fl'n are glad 10 know Mr. Llalcb 
i irrigate so much In' future. 
'- Criuiiu, Strj.j ageni of the Union Water 



e plan 



Tbcr. 



'. Belni Jour, „ lutlo outside of Murphy's, 
e » large orchard anil vineyard of set 
'.neb.Kurne4,UOO to 0,000 vines from 



Unit bai 



with weeds ii hati 
cay care. Ho la al 



bus vineyard. 

■'ineyard and orchard thai 

o »oeds get Ibo start they 

no stone made an unsightly 
lor of one tnaa li bag been 



".. 1...1 nod tnsdi „ fine orchard and vlneyan 
a now very profitable, lir. Louis has a few dairy 
:owsand markets soma fire gallons daily. The 
ocalion for an orchard and vineyard Is fine, i[ 
rood care is given lo it. 
.'■!. ...,!.-. Kimball & Colling, latnber merchants, 

t-hicb are some 100 trees aod 300 vines. The 
roil trees were grown lo good formed heads and 
ndic-nled constant care. The vines were grown 
o clean cnaes and slaked carefully, a good ei- 
.mple for oibers. Wo noiiced a fine field of corn 
nd many tegetables, these were admirably 
: rown, the soli was deeply and finely cultivated, 
rrigatioo >ras practiced lo secure successive crops 
11 through the season. But Ihe eieellcot order 
f the orcbrod, vineyard and wbolo garden do- 

□d ihe crops plainly told lhat good care does 



isiuess, bating always on hai 

mining goods. They bare bei 
known for years al Murpby' 

bo pioneer shop, gives ever 

a soda factory nod mokes a 
! makes no pretention In a larj 
a good one. 

■wn is quite a business plac 
e hotel (Sperry k Perry's) a. 



sir. Charles St. 



ding tip Iho lowni 



er yards al Murphy's aro ' 
feature, the lumber business being large. 

Messrs. Dunbar & Co. have .i lirge mill (nf 
which no have Bpokco) their yards o[ Murphy's 
aro extensive and Ibeir lumber Is mostly uodtr 
cover and oeatly piled in largo abe.l., gi. i „■ ■, •,„ 
appearance. One .bed 220 feet long by 32 wide. 

leel long by 32 wide, all showing line Slocks of 

lumber. They hove some 600,000 feet n-n hand. 

Their mill turned out 1, 300,000 feet in 1802. 

They will lorn oul 1,000,000 feet in 1803, consial- 
g"of nil the beet varieties made. * * 

Messrs. Kimball £ Cutting's yard was more ox- 
nsivc and really eicilod our wonder and admi- 

Ihls yard the finest planned yard and building in 
jounlry, and we dDabi if inert li a lumber 
In the United Slates moro perfectly systema- 
tized, or kept in more business like order than 
ibis of Messrs. Kimball .. Culling, Every port of 
use and ibe yards and 



cording a noiico nf this admirable lumber yan 

saw mill of this firm we spoke or in forme 

Wo bare notes of tba free school house, (each 
er and pupils, tho Water Works, Blue Winj 
Quant Company, Water Flumes, etc., wbid 
ivillappoar ceil, with nolos of Tallecitu, Angel': 
aod San Andreas, aod olher places iu order, all o 
which will be well rcmerobcr«<r. 

Ha/- 

Waltor Brawn's Monthly Wool-Clrcnlnr. 

The Domestic Wool trade during lbs early part of 
st was very quiet, but thrnugh Ihs 

rs were quite active in attending to ibo 
air customers. The demand, howcrct 
generally for amall parcels, and buyers 



rs wilb si 
it Ihe pre 



,,,( .i 



Cape Wools or Mesliaa 
plies, cot from ibe Wo; 
markets of Europe. I 
the Foreign Wools, mi 



woafaclurersareworkinf. 
n of Foreign Wools that 
iponion is every doy to- 
decline in Gold nod V.t 



erly used Amerl- 



issued from Philodelpbi 
that no Wool is being im- 
so.roagh Wool, ll 



d bo further from the facts. 

ind New York markets are lo-da 

Jib Cape, Australian, Mesliza, an 



Wuols grown in ibo West ; an 
Isol Ohio and Pennsylvo 



167 bales Capo, 27}©3*Jc [ 109 bales Dnnskoi, 20 

Mexican, 20c; f>6 bales washed and unwashed 
Mesliza, lSJ@2tc ; 26 bales Mesti zona, 13J@15e ; 
13 bales Valparaiso, I9c; 30 bales Mogadore, 22c; 
93 bales Proveace, a0j@2Bl ; 20 bales Syrian, 21 
@22j; 13 bales unwashed Mora, 13(3,Hlc ; 40 
hales black and White Salome*, 18J@23c ; 10 
bales unwashed A!gcriitn>?0c ; bales African, 
20c; 33 hales English Pullld, lajc; 10 bales un- 
washed Lubcc, 2uc. V 

la Baslon, 312,000 lbs Fleece, nnd Pulled, 05© 
85c ; 1,814 bales Cape, Mediterranean, and South 
American; 27,000 lbs Donskoi. At Auction, 043 
bales Cope, avorage3IJa; GOO bales Oslifornla, 
16}(?,39c; 75balesSpfluish,30c; 9 bales Chinese, 
25c. 

In Philadelphia, 380,000 lbs Fleeces, o9@o0e ; 
221 bales mliod Teias, 25fn(3Ic; B.000 lbs Aus- 
tralian, 33Jc; 66 bales Cordova, 36$; 0,000 lbs 

In Providence, 66\G49 lbs Fleeces, 6B(^79c ; 
33,000 lbs Pulled, 70f3ie3c; 6,350 Ihs California, 
50c; Foreign, 74,000 lbs, 30@37Je. 

The imports of the past month, as published, 

From Liverpool 308 bales ; Marseilles B08 ; 
London. 387 : Buenos Ayres, G88 ; Mntemnras, 
61; Mootevideo. 310; AlgoaBay, 1,078; Mag- 
otao 389; Aspiownll, 1,280; Bombay, 1,121; 
Smyrna 102; Genoa 30; Canogawn 43; Rio Grande 
244; St. Domingo 23 ; Curacao, 4 bales. Total, 



., lo gmdfj, :tii ( r, r,: 
California Wasbsd Palled, 40@05o. 

Ooromoo Wasbsd Pulled, 26®35c 

ides, 3Q@43c. 



udging 


from clo 
is duo tot. 


collar 


r skill ia It 
to Mrs. 1 



tidies and a worked 



.', for 



»; of lone, piec 



Oldltoroi 

Second 



forola Wuhed Fall Clip, in grade 



s Ciro 



Fair of the Amador Couaty 
Agrloultural Boole ty. 

if the Fair, ns tvo wished to, but from tho 



n lhat 



lirof Ihin Society was held last week, continuing 
rough Wednesday, Thursdoy and Friday. 
The apocious basement of iho Methodist brick 
lurch edifice, wnsfined up as an exhibition hall. 
Tbreo tables running the entire length of tho 
llding wero devoted, tho ceotro lo articles of 
lies handiwork, and Ihe oihers lo tho eibiblt of 

filled. At tbc rear of the building, snoifacr table 
was filled with farm prodoc la— vegetables, cereals 



lo Ibe front 
crnls. Tbow 



table 



i tan Hal 



our, Is 210 feci 
ccnod, 103 feel long by 3. 



gby-t 



long by 32 tt 
,mplo yard ro 



roportion as tho Easter 



nod. The daogcr of a surplus Is greater 

>rom these views, Iho question arises, would it 

price as established in tbc Eastern market) 
1 sell, ruihor than bold thoir Wools, and ihu 
vecusiomers toihe uieof foreign Wools bceuus 
y ore cheaper? Wo sny nVfoa, because mo< 
isumers give ibo preference 10 our groivlb wbe 
ccidedly ngolns 



e in pri< 



American growers permit, even for a ti 

litalion of Iho Foreign articlo may | p L. 
» become permanent, and Ibo fjUro inter. 
ie gronor greatly suffer, 
e look for no material doolioo in Wool, ye 

serve their Interest by sending toward tb 



Flccc 



onth: 



led Ibe followlog sales during 



re packed 1,0? 



-wide, clea 



.yard. Messrs. Kimballi Oulllng i 
oung in the buiin.is, bnt ir sucb o 
f a young Iree, what will bo the c 
rowlb and eiperience. Hero is a 
' what Is worlh dning, is worth doln) 



,000 lbs, 58070=; Pulled, 80,000 

mber. In these bnlidlngs i lbi, 000370c; ao.noo lbs Canada forl,-6ro 

■-■■I bales California, 37J0MJC; 090 bale, Cape 

303300; 680 bales slesHza, 32(g 3 0e; joo 1 
bales Cordova, a6©30ei 2,301 ba.._ 
ekoii 2D0 Buooos Ayers; Gfio bales KbntoTetdY; 
70 boles Province ; 2o,000 lbs French; 104 hi ' 
Smyrna; 8O,n00 lbs German, Die; 30,000 lbs Ad- 
elaide; 400 bales Rnbbau ; 6 bales Toois, 40e ; 

6,000 lbs unwashed Kansa, 46 e . ' W. II. Tripp, of Jackson, exhibited a very beau 

At incunn, _ba bales California, U©35Jc ; | tiful specimen of Sj.onccrUo penmanship. 



.domed with rich and 

lunble paintings, engravings, etc. Altboitgb 

> basement Is in an unfinished slate, the tnslo 

iplnyed in iho disposition of the embellishments 

made ibo ball present a very pleasing appearance. 

Tho cattle ground was located on the ground 

occupied by Ihe lute camp raeeiing, about n third 

of a mile disinnl from the ball, and contiguous to 

the race traok. It was a most judicious selcc- 



IBUliful quilt, c 
id cuffs; Miss Lin 

:d embroidery ; Mrs. B. 
if rng work n wreath of 
i Greco, of Q Ranch, an 
ilegani quilt and some really hoantifnl and artis- 
icol specimens of needlework; Mrs. itowe, of lone, 

ast bul not least, lo Mrs. Mary M. Hill, of La'ocha 
'lana, for an eibibli of two worked collars and a 
luilu Mrs. Hill is In ber 70tb year and worked 
be articles within Ibo past three weeks. 3ho iss 
eacber of embroidery, etc., at Luochu Plana, aod 

hemaclves quite accomplished when they attain 
n equal prnficiency. Mrs. Hill can do rough as 
.'ell as lino work, notwithstanding ber advanced 
ge. During ihe pnstyear, she dog the post holes 

oring stone for the purpose, made ibo mortar and 
rilb ber own bands built a chimney and fire- 
place, of which no mason may bo ashamed. Sbs 
_ _ leration of 
California. 



j. Adams, of lone, exhibited si 



LB. Fish exhlbiiei 
■re from tbo Oriental 
iety probably than hi 



ery large collecllo. 
er been token from 






i stalls 



d bi. 



S of ti 



onld do credit loan 


y establishment, and 


h admired hy tbo 


ladies. Thoygrow- 






fine article of Cben 


Ical Olive Soap vtns 


of tho mannfactur 


of Isaac Tripp, or 


bo exception of th 


s above, thorn tvoa 


zbibiled of manufuc 


arcs but saddle nod 


ade by Samuel Ar 


ms, of looo. Visi- 


satisfied that Ihey 


eed not leavo lono 


well madoandov 


n oinamenul arti- 


t line. 




ck 11. Sldhl, of Ion 


e Valley, exhibited 


lent specimens of 


recu Virginia nnd 




sample of Maryland 




d a half acres tin- 


aiion which is dolog 


finely. 


tho cariosities dlep 




ns, tho Inst of a se 








of thn < 



Hely was tho c 

ingofno less than thirteen v 

five ol pears, eighteen of grapes 

Rickey Ihe noil Inrgcsl cont 
' " of opplesnud two 



twas really the most nllracllt 
the fruit being fresh, fair, lar E 
Tho larg-st nomber and tj 



■cryfii 



r. Tripp 



Of peaches, hut few were oo exhibit!, 
lose by A. Borden, and A. P. Poller. The 
as the only exhibitor of pomegranates. 

The Mission gropes exhibited by Mr. Mn 

Iho fourth year from cuttioga, nlthough si 

Of iho clurei, champagne and white wl 
hlbltod by Charles Llnkc, we cannot spei 
vlsedly, not being on tho examining com 
we could judge of tbo quality by si 
•rk, would pronounce encbA.]. 



.tnr.10 of luger from Ihe I 
1. was certainly put to 
'lllcally by tho commit 



iK'ntiun llio li 
■J of A. Tree. 



Gruhler's cellars. 

•a mono-chromatic flnwer niece by Miss 

A. Wiihingioo, attracted great attention nnd mc 

wnrlhlly. A water color palming or flowers a, 

ds by Miss E. B. Wltbinglnn, was well ex 



At 3 p. it. Wednesday there w 
SI0, A. It. Phillips aud J. P. Mar 



Pal. E 
nndSu 


-'.ml I,..,,.,,. 
Iierlund (htt 


'■ 1 .in. Ill, i 


and J. Suibe 






ace— mile h 




1'lulli; 

i.m.r!. 


..I .1 Mutlii-tl 
P. M. double 


5>.'saiulllinn 
ay mare, J. I 
nd a sorrel 

■.-,> simian 1 


,Sli>. Samu 
. Jliirtln a ba 

ng rnce— mil 


Streele 


-Gum,-. Tin- 
'= mid i:,ii;,.i, 


only teams 
s. Tbo lane 


cm e red wer 
won easily j 



irsoa nnd maros, Slo. Thero 
The race was won by Suib- 



aiCnxPaet I', !IAI i!« The 


scha 




■ I I'll,,),. 






l>nn. :1 |,::| 1,-u,,,.,,,^ tVilli.in, ti. I.ii-.v, 


















,.l:,, 1, 1,.. 



ila 

hod seen" 

ware nftgrwardi -!. ilrojed. ' Tin. r.,ll 

jurors empannrllcd: John Whooler, ... _ 

■l | i.i>l).S..hri.-l.,r..>.i.i 1 iivl MilUury, J. I,.,„|.,r,, l.rwij 
Diul-iy, J ,,,,b li. ^.„^„, .l,,,,.,,,, A . ,.,„,„... 

W."p. C. Slebblu. K " Odg0aa ' J °°'" W - ™™- 






Thb oalifobniajabmbb 



Premiums at tSB Bout* Clara Valley Pair. 

Wl eineolad 10 End in the San Jose papers of lul 
SH k «d ofllcl.l list "f "be P«mium. • "rtod .1 It. 

Mr Urn on tbe Uib, bal were djsappulnted. 
W. ther.lore copy such report M we »« obtain, 
rrom » dally paper in ibii city. 
In the following lisl. w« glen on'T ""• °™' ; " f 



iTW IfWucia-", cir.-Peir " f a™ 
Pseblea- bacon.|idvl.JobnH«pinE«»i 1 
of lard, and 6 poinds of butler, each J. 

"liwt* of J''-— Photographs in oil, * 
„iln India iuli, J. A. Clayton; owl frar. 
In pipe nau, lira D A Leddy ; lealb 
LUiie Putney ; «« of flowers in ' 
Fuiner ; basket of (ran in wax, Mrs J 
,rlc landscape-drawing, J 11 Lowe. 

W OM „_TliDrpupbbred slsllioa 4 yel 
over L-i<-.j-<i, owued bi Col E S Latere 
,„,.i.r. I i.,lllt.n 1 years old, J/bncjj.ji, 
lorj; IborougMred mere 4 years old 

1/,-V,, fit.'!.--. I-: .^l-iihrops IhnroUghb 
line filly, BiUe £<<g<I, B C ltalory ; h" 



ray. Tbe neit year bo tried again, sou 

probability of tanking silk culture profl 
oeen disputed, on ibe ground of denrni 
t. Hr.Prerosl said ihnlCnllfnrDluwnaa 

ore! and iCwormVmusi uo likewise. The 
nle'jualified Ibis, so instead of picking m- 
r trees, and feeding leaf oj kef. *s 'be nl 
For* of France and Italy are obliged lo do, 
off branches bj the armful, apd carrying tin 
* r .„.w,,lnwn*mDn<.bl. «orms and told 



halp 11 



r,n;:U I. 



~ , „ , Be wurrlac tn IK fall. Charleston <• besieged- 

ofKlngCollon, the king*, -l«™« ,k h , „„« la „„ nne hundred of (he beMiWt B ™» i' olnt 

dynasties nf Bnrope, Asia and Africa, wliritne ,.,!„( pfcircu-nrallatioo bin 

QueonorlIadsgascarnttheirbcel>,nudibeK|ug lo luoo j _ , pe8li fcrDU» oily. I 

of Dabnmoy acfing as rear guard, would humbly *<" *«• I. ^'^^^^ of ber 8ffl „. 

eraro, "a ladle apeck or hi. suFrrroyil and con- on, no mon)C nU hear Ibo 

_,,._' .._,. j.... ..*..«„„ ■■ Ha was hnrrnYl grown slreels, and ecery law mo ._.,._ 



slesd of djlL„ -_ 

pr.di.tcd by runny who "era acquitted w.ih >» 
manner of caring for them in other tountr.ri 
Ibey throve losilly, and kept remarkably free From 
all disease!- As sdou os they bad produced spe- 
cimens of raw lilk bo forwarded aome to tbo allk 
maoofactoriog aodelita of Paris and Lyons, In 
Fronee, and Truro ibem rectired ccrlificales ibul 
Ihe qnallty of California silk is A 1. For thru 



flag under yr 
our prlc 



oloireaslnElt 



ved by tt 



i'oans S. 



J Hurli 



, lo Dr L H Eascnm ; 
years old', lo'U W Scale. 
,.— f.i line of any breed, lo F Galea ; berk- 
on.C.Peeblss; Sn6-olk boar, andKnti boar, 
o Peebles. 

fucij e/iJle Farm — One hundred ponndi each 
eat nnd barley, repreaeoliog 10 acres, lo J 
darlck; 5 poaods nf tobacco, to R Gabriel ; 



d K alloo pickles, '. 
f dried fruit, Jes 
aod jellies, Mrs R 1 

f cabinet work, Job 

ilt.— Two bodies c 



JIwuftHtoro — Specim 
B Price. 

Calitornii HW «d 



prising agrleoln 



Cilifarr 



BETTER ;FROM"ORT EOTAIr- NO. t 
CMlp uf "^Jt^^J- '•(VusS' ' i 
Ediths or tim CittFoasia F»bu«b: 

Tbo people nf the United Stales are now mak 
log biilory nilh telegraphic speed. The Yonkt 



ke.sparknpoo 
The first wild 
the people from 



[ a lower of strength in e 
LOOorcd, and finally Iraile 
dtlylng the powerfully oot 



I guns from Forls Sun 
io, Wagner and others, playing upon 
■ Morris Island, but all trill be In 



Fort Sumter "111 bo 
ilhingwill ho left of I 




■ndnus black stunkn vrlll only ir. 
e Kinga Cottnn and Jeff, were 



dismay they fnund all the millions in the Ireo 
States and many tn the sloreSuites,agniniil Ibsm. 
Erery man flew to arms. Had the President call- 
ed for a million of men, tbey nonld immediately 
baye been fnnb-comjng. But seyeuty-fiye thou- 
■ and rrere os many aVctuld well be provided far 
-■ ily called 



,ny a>^uld well 



1 ihil 



It i 



nt'lbn history nf tha world. Full 

displayed by the jouancat and moil 
sisterhood nf the greet family of nt 



s Itan 



m fe Williams. 

i 200 trees, DTi 
inery frnit tl 



I, Wm O'Dnnnell; gree 
hedge, Dr L n B.iscom. 

Jjriiulluml hipltnmtl, tic— KngC;. E.lTir 
Sroiib; iwo-horse nigon,J Ingham; set hois 
Shnes, I '■ ■■■ ■ v k Dimmick. 

Frvit* and Flc:-ir,.-iinz!>! ^irit-r.v r.f „|.pl,- 
J ULowe, Sr.; Ji-b nf |.«arf (■>( lenj. K ' ' [)..n.m [I 
dish of apples, J E Brnwne 



., II T A 






; collec 



■I, Pee 



if quince, 



as of apples, B 
■s apples, D T 
• Mrs, S Fiji ; 



, I. I\'ll 



DT Adams; single rarieiy of ncclarines, 11 
• Tax; )|J yarietits of apples, h I! (lascoml ere 
green wreath, L Preyost; rase houquels, ' 
O'DonneH; collection pot plants, W O'Dnuuill. 
The Committee say of the Eeanomy Washli 
Uachlne of Mr. J. T. Horner, with the wringer a 
lacbed: The bottom and two ends of the tt 
sere a c rru E ated waahboard, nyer which we 
i, dning the wo 



made to play two big 

which, ntbtcwlie, boman knuckles would 

dn. These were moved with a verr aimr 

power of which could be easily regelated 
ing to tba size nf the wash in the lu 
wringer consisted simply ol two gu«' 
rollers ubont an Inch and a half In d 
which coold "pull 'em tbro" 1 and "squ 
dry" faster than any half-dozen pair nf th 



cnise nf a brighter day ft 

occ.byMn. W. 0. Hart, 
ilm ultra, aod awarded the 
Bork from lha same hen 






I., Hi,!, 



mplebaveasteniahed evon ihemsclyes, by tbeii 

Tsercrnocc and energy displayed on so man) 
:c*»inaa. When tbc iron hail first began to fal 
i Fort Sumter, the old Bunker Hill Spirit bound- 
I into the arena as suddenly, as tbe first shot wai 
arled against her walls. It paused and like i 
ighty giant, tonk n survey of the whole slato o 
m case, but so kindly in furm and manner, tha 
le Insurgents tbonght and spoke nr blm, as ai 

nt ready to uuail when their flag might be flout 

been the meanest and most contemptible that ever 
eiisted on the earth, over the earth, of tinder it, 
had soma reason for glorification, fnr they 



n too Doited States all their life. 
j years have they been preparing foi 
and a glurioas time did they expeel 
rowing off Ibo gorernmeot nf Ihi 
They seemed lo suppose tbo Yen. 
ocldhaio been awfully frightened 



ng as for a mudsill to fight the F. F. Y.'» which 
oppose means First Fools and Vagabonds in ail 
silinn ; tbey held all the government property 

ire. Tbey bad also bought goodsand merchan- 
ts of all binds, for lha necaslnn, frnuj tba mud- 
Is, to the amnnnt of ahnut £200,000,000 ( twn 
ndred millions ufdullnrs), on credited when 
a rebellion begun bad tbc goods iu their ware- 



fronted the rube 


B Id 


a long li 


m lha Atlantic 


o the 


Pucific 


as thrown down 


by o 


na parly, 


aken up by the o 


ther, 


nd war- 


dal war-was, fo 






to be the busincs 


1 of 


no nation 


e evident that tl 


a mo 


t gigantic 


or modern times 






niry. From that 


time 


till the pr 




beifa 




or retreating all 
-fields of our cou 


.slon,. 
try.fi 


the wide 
elds whose 



Den, save ns the most wicked 

iryof thn world. The fnllow- 
Leslie'a of the 1st iosi., shows 
ieirnroirocloow is, with lull a 

!, the Confederate States com- 



SEED WAREHOUSE 

033TA£LI,HBD IH 1S90.) 

S. "W. MO OR J; 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE.UEB n 

ALL KTHD3 OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUlt, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shnl 
SEEDS, 

SO. 40S CAl-IFORnfl* STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

TnE rSTJETlSIONEli nAS E>TABLlHnED3r« 



ry like Bunker Hill; Leiingloi 



inboly * 






ind all the i 



King Cnltop, and god. 
now lobe found, orbi 
dom, nppenred at ihi 

dian of all confederal. 
io corae, and pramii 
dn, Intending lo hi 
ad Washington Terrl 



:dso King Jell 



bad protected diem, their pre 
ibcir bnmea. So with the nther Stall 
d, ibe many true and loyal men round i 
:d by others from ibe free States soo 
tbc fetters prepared for Ihem, and ai 
ind prosperous, excepting a pnrtinn i 
ood her twn rams that ahc cannot g. 
mea River, bb they own or hold only 



Virginia...... 

Soulh Carolina 


01,352 






alSpi ■..-.:■■-■ 


50,632 


I-nI'hI;;, - |« 


Total, 


....338,200 






tbo armies of Jeff D.irii have been drivi 
icthird oTVirginia, all llissouri, and Ker 
greater port o! Arknnsns, one-half of Loi 
and Tcins, nnd smalt portions of all tl 



h-ili.. 



Stall, or parti Ihcrtof 

Of Virginia 

01 Nnnb Carolina 

OrSouib Caroiinu 

Of Ueorgia...! 

lli-i"|.,rid,i 



, s 



tine know I e dee shall 



i,I allnlh^r. "hn r Hm <cci. ih-Lt :■-> 
t|."ul° Mpafic™ l 

set* 



2 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

No. 303 Battery Btroet, near Eacrnmsmo streo 



BAS FOR SALS . 

Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hungarian Gn 

Kentucky Dlue-grass; Orchard Gn 

Red-top Grass; Sainfoin 

EtiflMi Rvt-gra.«s, Timothy Griiss 

Bed Clover; White Dutch 

Grimson Olnvcr, Lncarnn, *c. 6c 



BEET, CAi;i;.\i;i:. C'.U;l:nT, i;a I H>1T. TFT-L~ 

cri.'['Mi;i:i:, mi-;lu^s, i.ci ivr.i. umi* 

TOUATO, EARLY AND LATE I'EAS, 
BEANS, Ac, be, &c. 

Tobacco Seed. | 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SB| 
LEAF, AND MARYLANO TOBACCO SES 

COTTON SEED, j 
Gnano from Johnston's Island, 
FLOWER SF-RDS (SOO TarJetlH- 

BULBS : 



Wood and Willow-ware, 



.0 Uol< 



1 fnrl 



vorld, while 
d from Fnn 



iu( t iL.r , .. 



Pulaski. Theimpni 
e hands nf the Union; New Orleans, their pride 
id boasi, has for more (ban a year been in the 
oioo again, held it ia trne by lha strong hand nl 

Li gaining graond, and (be pcoplo are again pros- 
pering ai 



ptclmeus uf tapestry work, from Ihe I 
if Mrs. Chapman Yates, were, by a nt 
ite, awarded the fust premium for koi 



la, Oregon, 
f rear guard 
i* Sandwich 



were six ipaclmco nil paintings, by Li 


lie 0. Po 


nay, allot which wore artistically fi 


Ished, a 


any one of ibem was entitled lu tl 




awarded lo the whole. Tbe CommitH 


e make a 






"Book and Waterfall,' 1 glorified by 








colors, l! was thought the fair art! 


t muath 


found heouly for Ihi. copy eomewher 


which 


'Z^-\'i7l wLcu*™ ml™' '« 


E ;„"X 


Prom the garden of Mr. L. Prevo. 




lection of allk cocoons, exhibited on 




filled branches, and well strung o 


rll„(r> 



fence in Bud 


er mil, with an lu 


tlosore sevente 


I Ima lo bo 


es aad thrce-roort 
uitn accurate In 


s high, (1T-B. 


tbea and the 


re establish a grea 










contrabands 


and glnry In ihe 




oflheabnni 


int material for Co 


ner-alonee koo 


ing as he di 


thai thete were 


many crooks 




mndaill domain, b 


was well-sails 




-atones would th 




oh, supreme 


y blessed the sigh 


lo his confide 


eyes, to sea 




uat.ng, where o 








true Amerl 


an heart, and the hope of the wo 








hnanr, proa 


mblem nf liberty, 
erliy and bnpplnes 


protection, pa 




great King, Jeff 




vlewa peru 


oiog to hie pec 


olary beaefii. 



„,,,!, .. 



DOtb-VJ 



inds, and the grea 
nils to New Orleans 
Yankee enterprise. Lou 
President in be permiite 
Union ngaifi. North Cam 

rbood of stars." ' 
. will, before ibo r, 
I Into the rank of I 
end bcr Reprcseola 



,,- |-.,li.„ 



satllfied in mete!, awarding 
iui eipress an npinlon lhat 
ironca has made him ihe pi. 



attention in Ibis Slate, and 
a she may add greatly to tbe re 
ueree. Sli years ago, Mr. Pre' 



fllbnughthoeool 
m foiling iii.-Jii.ni, 



I then real ins bojemr* 
profit. Oh what goodly end 
as mutt have fillud bla 



lares, glory and g0|ll ugiaai T 

red, feared, hattd anrf . j ^ ... 

I li eourted by all from 



possession. Jeff's du 
Tbc brnad MI»«i»»| Ptl 



Irect fron i'w 
oed Bcjicinf 






■ ii-,. i itn;s 
"'iV..Ji 



^y Native Califumia Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEED* 



9 dem 
2 farn 



DR. UJIiOeTLES, 

DENTIST, 



Offloa Honra ; From 9 A M , to 5 P. M. 

ALL WORK jH~ ^^. TERM3 CASH 
13 CJWWSPfclVnEN WORK ft 

WARRANTED! ^ JJJ -"-l-' piNISHEIll 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



t. The lively corn 
,g from , 



him. Tbey ate diauppi 
M beams nf ibe Confede 
mntnlng d B „ before the odra 
owerful King of Day." withi 



" m P "" " bB,l, 8 «>oiracled ; hourly one m 
after another, lhat uphold, hi. loitering lb rone 
disappearing. In all hi. B „ 0B , pt8 w gBlb „ up ' 
sbatiered power, be la abnnt 1 Q ii„. , omo predl. 
mont as the man would bo who alio led to b 
the water from a ship *] lB , , ei , B ,°''Xli° ftl ," , 

ing. Him, Stat, Ttk,t, t/phariml 

The ooly .irang.bnld the, (the Gouf.d.r 
force.) nnw bold, 1. „ ta lbJl ^ ^ ^ b 



MILITARY GOODS 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, SaalieB. Et 

Itui-irterund Hanufemror or 

li.CAi.IA. I.AfiKl-.H.J. FUAlSS.MlLlTAILVEmiHOIBERl 
Hocletlet, Hlll|:i,y „ n .] ( -|,i, |> r ..t(..lulii 

T. HOiiiii-;u- .muNsr,-; 

23 a " 1Bsr *J.M!. .""' 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Deoayed Teeth, 

'ii^=td"?Mtai^ u ;°7J v, r 1 ^ |u Aehb l Ten 



-Jl^SrSl^'V ' ■"■■■■" 
Ware, ^X* u, SS£^^ 

DE.PEAEBON'SHEaVIHE 

■"-Ha,ft« D0 , rt 

■jfEOATIONB 1.1)1 recira th 

JatlKa PKAF1HOM, 1 



Large Stock of Every Variety of 5<t wfbB 

Con offer uuu.ual laducemenu It ■dufl 

MERCHANTS IK THE TRADE, ^ SJI1 fl|D 

AND LAIIGE RANCH OWN MS, ' a01 

Who wl.h to ba.uppllud In hi, 11ns. If ™ 

li,*Jd ul-inlo" ^k^O^lSM^ '■ 



k Co.'s fjp"*! 



I nr.1 SUf 



S63- Send for n Can 



S. -W. MOOBB, 

SEED WARBrlOiq 

40B(oldJ.o,110) California «W*, 



THE "GOLDEN HAR?i 

V AND IMPHOVEB ^ 



Plain and Pnnay TIN-WARB, BnanwlfW 
Tinned IKON-WARE, nil' KKK-""' W 
BAKB-OVESS, SALM110.SS, 

Foraalob,-" ^ ^ 

Paa Iln-Works, » ^ ]£"* M ,„& 

IS a,, ritft' 



3 



THE OALIFOENIA PABMEB. 



62 



Wool Market 






In mj rambling; Inrnogh the niranlj 


bare met 








oflbetrf 


rrainji operations, but trboke 


p a dalr. 


ij irblcb 


obi eaa tell eruotly nbiii thomielvci 


and work 


nun are engaged in darine; or 


rj day af 








When . 


III on Ibo farm of Mr. Thou 


u Gould, 


of Aurora 


in Ibis ODunlj-, hesbonedniB 


lis diary, 


iy irblob 






engaged i 


, nn[ onlj during whole dnji 


but parts 


Uf d V t. 


And Up. Gould assured ma 


that this 


practice b 


ad fared blm, during one year 


orer S60 


-a Tory : 


aadsome romonerailon for a t 


IV leisure 




aeb da;, and for a liato pap; 


and ink. 


A fowl 


ijs ago 1 wm at tha residence 


f Mtisa. 


'born Ion 


extensile farmer*, situated o 




kirn of 


lis cilj, who gaie me slalislics from 


ficir iooii 


af their large farm, and e.an 


he nom- 









loMiuf. rears were, iu I860, 8,767,- 
1,530,47s i 1862, 0,313.823; 1863, 
tie imparts into New York for ibt 
sere etccisive, being mora than 
rage imports for [be entire year, 
it io heart- loss. It probablr was 
ign account, u nearly half of Ibis 



a_for urror . 

£§, Bail lbs prices eurceat, ready lor ths print 
month, when iho news ofthe baitlu or Getty 
[ and the surrender of Vicltsburg reached a 
.ling o great deoliac In the price of gold, aad 

nominal ; U nd loose which we had prepared, and 
which represented tbe marltc-t as it bad been Ibu 
Weak before, were entirely beyond reach. 
There bar* been no mean, io measure Ibis in- 

•hich iadieai-d . decline of ijy ten pcr cent in 
fine Wools and fifteen ormorelnibeloweretades 



S Ms, fur 


lair average 


3@31, for good (0 


•<:<: parcel 


J3@3SJi E 


* hags California 


ily RDLom 


Wool, which 


•old at 30(el3S cis 




burr; 22(3)271 tor boirr; l&ifo 






pine to tli 


bigb expect- 


onj of the farmers 








the sigh pr 


ralam si whic 


gold was selling la 




eg, the now 






e very slowly 


o market 


be Simon 


abalous price. 




landed by 


and in soma 


cases offered to iba 


""• '■ rurD 


;old raled thu 


bigb, freely quotei 


lit papers 






OlB Iu (his c 


ountry from a] 




"Ipallj, as 


we burn shove 




bete Wool 


had nccumule 


edapoulbe market, 


■ere rery doll of sale 


on til ths tardiness 


L which lb 


domestic Wo 


nl came to market 




tifactorer. to 


apply their imme- 


■ at July. 


The stock of 










-ed. Tb«] 


stood median, 


grades remained as 


i^a 


^t.rne 


-neglected. 


m 


-'.i,i; Farm Accauata. 



iu Legislature of our Stale 



UtiecusrMlt 


of our farmers 


as much as the 


|al earryine 


eat af the design 


of the LeglsU. 


tfdntgDi,, 


noble and grand 
s ol it do aol ba 


one. Wo who 


)««»ote and 


ic good offecil Lb 


1 will cerulo 


Ukeailoiher 
fcogible rem 


Rtthstundbg our 
iporioeola very 
H, by.wayofsta 


first effort wil 
imperfect, and 


•"M coulJ 
lie snierprli 


« way will be p 


rapsnd for re 
tlaincd by any 


Pi very few i 


riners keep accaa 


nil of the pro 


•Uilli r .r t;i 


furm., ouj [f Lb L 
oce lo Iho debt 
their fields, they 


nd credit, am 




ice of Denmark. 


sn Iboy could 




e meet -lib a |» f 
of erervibiug, a 


ta or who keeps 
nd ba will an- 



b things speak well for Iho inUllyenct of 
p minute accounts of everything that 



L— IS. Edwards Tadd, in lbs Connu-y Genu 
A Bot's OphioVoi- Woueijio Dm.— Boys nnd 



my pari 



Ih. 



1 pairs 



reak than before tbey are two years old, and by 
sing mild with them, Ihey become geolle and 
greeabln to work, anil are always ready far sale. 

Ill, and considering the nrdinary price you pay 

nd Sid for coin— ilie price you pny for harness, 
■pairing of harness, shoeing, clc, when they nre 
nth sold at live years old, you will Gad that the 
lea hove been ihe mast profitable.— [G. E. H. in 
le Country Gaul. 



OPENIwa ADDRESS 




STATE 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S 
Tenth Annual Fair. 

TO COMMENCE IN THE 

OITYOF SACRAMENTO, 

Friday, September 25. and end on Friday, 
October 2, 1863, 

©10,000 

APPROPEIATED FOE PREMIUMS, 
LIBERAL SPECIAL PREMIUMS 

For nil Worthy Articles not mentioned iu tbi 
Schedule. 

STATE BOABD OF AGRICULTURE FOE 
1663. 

PraTdtnl. 



ISAAC DAVIS... 

Wll. FI. PAHKS * Sotler 

I). K CALLAHAN Sacramento." 

N. L DltBW . Sacraojcolu 

C IT. (iltl)t &.croaenlo' 

nOllT. BBOK Sicruraenlo' 

it. j. walsh Coiosi' 

U. n WARtlES Sao Joiqoin. 

J1IKE RRVTK Yoln 

C. J. LEONAKO Saciamealo! 

Trtaiurrr. 
E. B. 11VAM : Bacramealo. 

J. N. DOAO ',".°Z'. Tolo. 

$100,000 inIreihiums 

flered by the STATE "for thn -EfocoureorBirnf , 

AyrictiUuTi and Sfaau/atiuta." Arllcleg in be 

eibibiled and Premiums awarded ul iba 

STATE BOARD OF JUDCES. 

P » H immt LELANDSTAKFOIiD. 



ISAAC DAVIS 

E. H. IIOLIiEN 

cjko. K ,swi;zi;v 

jtwKi'ii liitirrux., , 



...YoloJ 
'Z".'.'.'.'.'il*TjaA\te. 



GENERAL ORDER OP EXERCISES. 



liil, -.:! l!.''h'.',rl '.' '"' ' '"' ''' J'Hu-f it;. 



l.L Ir,:|lVi:|„..| f.nifltlOn. 

■Jl ll.-r.i., i,., E.S.. I7i iron. CuaUy Fein. 



■ Ji.N'TJTTJI.llj ADDRESS 

REV. T. STARR KING. 



Ill ufco ipeelol pfclu io 






. , ■ ■ ; ; — ■» BAOES, frro IO ,n Tmlter. u, L^runui . Mli D 






TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington atreeta, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



FARMER'S BOILERS, 



Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless. 

PE ORATED.RUSSIA IRON, 



Manufacture!! of iho 

"Wrought-Iron 

MONITOR" CO0EING-STOVE£; : 

r Alt Sires, fur Hotels. Sleacaors and Ulnlt 



JWEJa.3SfCrj?A.CTTTItEIia OF 

TIN, 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BAS3 

Full Iron Frame Pianos w 

TESTIMONIALS: 



S1V1.--XE IV 1 OCT A VI-.; PIAHOS 

I". %■-:. !«J. JT.-.. f 1W',.!II-'.. JCi\ SI.-JJ. ..«.! HOI. " 



THE HORACE WATERS MELODEONS 
AND HARMONIUMS 

'uoed Ibo Eqosl Tonwommco! wltb the P.tent DlrldoJ 

--■.II F,l.:o If.im jij ,., f.lL.l. ALtXANllEll OIL.nriS 

f^,' ■> ■"; fl -I.'-- !!i.., CVrt-T.,!..,,. Churches, 3abb«li 

UOHACF. WATEIH.At'U 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

copies iMnerf. A m: eintfiiff B 




COPPER, 
ZINC, 



SHEET IRON, 
BRASS, 

JAPANED GOODS. 



Ail Kinas of Stamped or Pressed Work. 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OP THE KITCHEN, 

THE ORIGINAL - ?. P. STEWART. 

Fael Saving and Comfort Prodnoing 

LARGE OVEN 

SUH11ER AXD WINTER AIR-TIGHT, 

GOOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Antbraciie, or Bituminous Coal. 

IMPROVED IN 1B3D, 
fllh K= H mi E«™ L.r E o Flue., «oJ by Ibo •Jultlun ul the 

Aitentlon In Indlod to Iho follonloit pololsof supur!- 
l.t, DutiABiLtTr— Lullor;, nlth nrc-jar earo. at le B ,i 

it,"' 1 ' M .Y u, '- ,c ""7 E "" t l" f,l °» ot ">« Store is 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. I, 
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



II"." , \-.i!.L..ufi 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOR: 



TO MINERS! 






Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MI A. 3NT "(J-JF J*. O T TTS. B R B 

' HARNESS,^ 

S adaios, BMOlos, 

WHIPS, COLLARS 
SADDLE-WARE, &c. 

Ho,. 214 and 219 Battery atreet, 

SAX PRAxciSCO, 



PAEUBKS aad mi „ Wl , do H(|] ^ m]| on ^ 
^«"^fa»irsrlll*ri<Kls»tBJDaOBoltATBB"** 



*? 1 '? . f l-i. 



■ v.i,:. - 



r H.iT-Tho h..l i-enerato 
llerolo. on<l uied or thru. 

r Barron Ftus-Bj- nhloh 



iborYlwi'i'im-VVi!' !indo,i,nl ' ,D "rb«teuibinihrar 
Sth, llnoi D nso-r'u?rurtuod or, tbu lop, .nd willioi 

°ivZe y au'd"oeo''of"CrS' oU L^I fc u" W B'i° r ''°' nm °^ 

«a'j ir CA ^ KB , «* "icrcr-Bn, 



FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 



co mi H&IMIsgg, 



I tb^^Lo'nuHn^r. 1 ' 106 T ° ' tlIE PCBM0 
«tur.r iuVhu'L; ' fhe r nr.kiA°t"<" ll,ia "" "" """"'■ 



THE HAEP OF FHEED0ST 

HUTH: A SACKED CANTATA 
THE REVIVAL MUSIO BOOK 

ilos'lo tuple. 10 nu, (rj p,, tic. *Ib11o4%i° ff Muj'pVlei. 

THE ATHENiBOM COLLECTION 

l 'ir , .V'"v l .' : ;',i''' :l -'^'!'ii ,l 'i''' i ! i'.'!'.'; : .', , .' l '. "'^"r.i" 1, ,ri . : ''"■■ L = 

HORACE WATERS, Aji'r 
UUtenflkM. ...Bouks, «'fl™d«'I.«a-V.rk, 

VOCAL MUSIO, 

With Piano Actumpaninient, 

^iV'^m':!'"!".'.'"' I,,.','',, ','7'i, T!l^i;'' l! ",^,'' ^*"« J ". 

,, v , i'u.C^MJ'?. , ;.^\;, l .. k . L :? ll , l ' i ■■ ll .-|' l i;| l ; l , - ,,, ■' , '' , '■■",">: 
!!;' , ,!"; r :;,'v::;: 1 " 1 ; r : lr ; ; V")'" :,J ""'-'■ '«*&■ 



Watera' Cheap Mnslo for the Million. 




r'abtuhVu br Horace waters Art 

Ul Jtraadmj.V r 






rtfi 



E OALIPO IMST IA FA'JEtME-R. 



isoYl Cat' 



61 



iMthiUng pUcr of Sac 



Tb. 
glliplrll 



body of Dr. Graj- sleeps m Lou 
10 God t 



good physician — the jjencrt 

MHIIIl man— will lite foreier, end b 

H&d bj friends long alter bis mortal retnal. 

t«it mingli .1 wiiL i In- dollar Earth. 

Dr. (irnj wua nrr lbs friend of Science, 

linaod An. T u him ibo science of Agra 

: yu pqcIi indebted In lbs tnrlj dajs, Tor bis ef- 

■ Dr. Gray delirered om, of a cooks or Afirieultura 
factors', a vitj utile one, in Janunrr, ISM. Tbn 
laelare win prophetic or Ibe, lien, future, nnn 

Hftut Umt. Ur was a Iruc friend oi bumnoilv 
and tnnoj d«-i' of noble cnarii)-, privulrly bo 
Hawed, Kill keep bis mttnorv a gem lo humor 

Dr. Gray died in this eilj, after a brief illnes; 
Rplcmbcr iMtb, lit the age at «2 jrars, In ih. 
audi! of a Urge circle of dear and loring friends 
Hjt kocn- sod acknowledged bis worth. Hi: 
practice »» iiicupirc— bis /nine, as a physician 
[k proud one. The evidence of bis worth is ihoici 
Jyr the following public action in relation lo hi* 
decent, at an .idjuurncd meeting of tho Pojsi 
clans of tun Francisco, held at Pioneers' Hall oi 
InoMtu inst.— Dr. Harris, presiding; the follow, 
log preamble ;md reeofutlons from a Com mil tee 
were preiitnicd b/ Ibe chairman, Dr. Coil, im 



Liverpool 
Jolts L. BoireB A Dro. s nnoi vircuiar, uainu 
Liverpool, 151b of August, 1863, eayi: For Iho 
'--' >.bo months tho poilllon of our market has 
istcriallT altered, our Woollen and Worsted 
facturers are doing a fairly retail oe retire 
, sod the prospects Tor business are on the 
s satisfactory. The Grain Harvest in lbs 
greater part of Europe promises lo be better Iban 
ige, and a large quantity has already beeo 
Wool la without material change ; ol 
Ian, Cape, Mestlio, and other Gno qualities, 
Ibo supply it ample, and. prices keep moderate- 
" '"■ h Wools have heen eagerly bongbl from Ibe 
re at eiceedingly high prices, and hnve since 
id per cent., hot ngain show firmness. 
The supply of coane and medium Wnola Is mod- 
Worsted Wools 



It burins pleased the Almighty lo rei 
Itb Ur. Henry M Gray, a dislinnoi 

nrrriiijr wrief into the bosoms of n 



s by 



t steady. Con 
icarce and dear, 
[porta of Woo! from Eoropo to tbn TJnlted 
States bflvo been limited, but recently a small 
ily of Cape. Mestizo, Morocco, ic, has been 
howcrer the tqtal is small, and operations 
inducted very cautiously. 
. . »IIc Sales nf low Wool were held in Liver- 
pool 28lb ulto. to 13ib Inst. ; 34,338 bales offered, 
11C hales sold. The general result indicates 

air parcels, particularly long-stapled descrip 
s, bul hurry nnd faulty Wools, Including ordi 
r Mestizo, Hungarian, sandy Uogadors, Ac. 

see aud Belgium operated to a fair extent it 



lid. Competition good and n 
datable uniformity, eiccplln 



Lasd ih HonoVi Cooktt. — Tboso who "oro in 
rant of fino lands for farms, either largoor small, 

if land of over 10,000 acres. The land is or the 
ichest kind. Locations can be made to snit any 
ostc — cast, west north, or south — high on Iho hill- 
Ides, or valley land. The prospectlva riewa are 
idmirable, giving views of Ibe bay, nnd upper 
country, to an unlimited extent. These lands are 
m the well-known tracts of 8. P. Swift, Esq., 
rbo nnw offers tbem In luts lo loduce settlers nf 
he industries) class, to the fertile soil of Sonoma, 
faring examined Ihe whole irncl, wo can giro 
ny purchaser information of value lo him. Wo 
efcr our readers to the card of Iba Land Agent, 
in another /ul- 



hler, inanother^olumn. 



Govt Is.— The Monterey Union fSecessIonJnn 
losed. That makes the fifth of Its kind tba 



EVERY FAMILY 

SHOULD HAVE A 

Sewing Machine, 

And EVERY ONE Having aSEWItfa MAOIIINE 

SHOULD BUY THE BEST, 

As Ills the MOST ECONOMICAL, and Is 

ALWAT SATISFACTORY. 



NEW GOODS 1 1 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO,. 

HAVB JUST BEOEIVED 

A LARGE SUPPLY OF NEW ..GOODS. 

.Comprising in SILKS, 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 



d desiring to put on record the high es ti- 


kinds Unchanged 






Only ISO bales b 


oght Tor America. The prices 


ed, TQat in the death of Dr. Gray, a piou- 


were for wine; lo 


ng carding I5d to ISjd (1 bnle 






early up to clean good medium 


ciiyofSin Francisco cue of its noblest 


lldtoHd, clean k 


mpycoarsciodtolljd, yellow; 


long carding 12d 


to ITJd, liuo UJd lo lid, fair 


ti, Thai the bigb grade of intellect with 


coarse lo good lOd 


10 lid, inferior and lucky T)d 


ur late prr.li-^uniAl brother was eniiotrtd 


to 3d. Gray and 


rown ; Gne lo extra Sjd to 13d, 




'medium Gjd toftd, 


nferlor 6J. Native; black fl)d 




lorinleriorondSd 


lest, gray Sd to Od. Uownshtd 


■>.-..! i I't'ii'v in rli.: iriv«-.-ri ir :,ti„n .,!' ji;-' 


Kurracbes; wblte 


flceie miiedwith gray IJtl to 






tol4d In lCJd, yellow 13d to 




1-ljd, fawn 123 to 


Hd, brown nnd grar lid to 


c placed bis uamc high on tut roll oftrai-J 


!3Jd, pie«s Id to 


10)d. Bastard Pcrdinn, also 


from Bnmhay ; w b 


te lljd to 13Jd, yellow lOJd 



, tcrnr...- a 
-irlesy. are qo 



Im^ST™" ,0 i ">* 

.lead to h.s n K cd motberj lod 



i, fur ihtity days, aad that a- cop; 
iwi B Co°iT, CbaTf'tmin 



[luK ibi-n Diljuurned lo t 

I ■». S-joiliv. -Til. x , 

end thefuncr.,1 r ,.„,„,,„ 



be funeral of Br. Gray t. 
i the Pionee 



.. buithe largest parcels wore limited tuo high. 
'■Some considerable sbipmenu consisted of inferior 
!ialf.clenned wool. Eura white realised 'led to 
IGH 1st while Hd to lljtl, 2nd lid to 12Jd, 
cks Bj to 10d ; half.cleaoed 7d to lid. 
821 bales Donskol offered, 449 bales sold. 
J Dhlefly Moscow Wool of mixed character. 

"emend; short pieoy white fleece lOd to llfd 
rayOdtoOJd. Autnmn BJd. Superior Lambs 
Sid. Gray unwashed Crimea qd, 
6S7 bales of Georgian and Circassian offered 
ud 5SI] sold, al »jd to lOd for a few loia superiu: 
hitc, hot ihe bulk nl 9d to 9(d, and 7}d to Si 
ray. Ordinary Turkey bedding 4}d, a Hull 
jp^rior Gd. ao bags short-stapled limey Odtssi 
skin 3 jd. 

bales Hungarian auered, IBS bales sold 
13jd, fleece 13d lo 13Jd. 
Hi ballots Arruuipa oDtrcd, GuO sold 
id in demand al late prices, bul the priocb 



■r juined It in person, or wit-! 

e Flreets es it passed. The cor-! 

t passed ahing llonigoniery to Clar, tbence I 
' ' ion's Church, on Stockton Itrefl, wbet 

'•leg sad arr M ,ionate terms. 

*f'" ibj Ubureb sertlces.tbe procession pats. 
"Vaihington street lo Uuntgomery, then, 
ontgimcry sireet to Lone Jluuniain. 
Iltee was by the Sth Infantry baud, and 
sral escort by the 1st Eeglmenl of Oallfdr- 
lia; tben followed, the Masons, Koigb 
m, Pioneers, Cbapl.lt,,, corpse and pall 

'nersls Allen and Ellis and stair, cstrlagei 
l'«n,, etc., etc. Public attestation or re- 
J Ihe deceased was manifested by ihe mul- 






1 eiiy«nd i 



.],,m,l ,| 



IgS^K'VSclofaui^ 
L 



Farms for Sale ! 



■ii-ii v in.rt ui.b laair us laau i^ ^u 
- ma County, lyinr/ bsKeaa Sonoma and Petal* 
■— ' ■— indod on tbo loath by the San P, 
h= property ef O. P Swift, LVq . . 



uddliion to tbo regnlir Steamer Isndlne places, 

rewater frantef Ibetraet. 

be Sonoma Embaread era Is al one side, thus fnrnlib- 



,orsr.y.lyloll 

4Pl.r»un.6?2Claj 



ironfflalcbt 
ratthailorg 
BIIILKK. 



I3jd lo laid, good clean 140 to 15d. 

les Limn and Chili offered, 47S sold 
lo good unwashed Lima I3|d io 13d 
medium CJd to Ujd. Valparaiso lien 



1 ,380 bags Portogcese offered, 400 sold. Opo 
o lleecc withdrawn, sales lately at 16jd to 17i 
ur Coils aud lambs an octive demand ul ll}d 
11A, black 10d lo 10(d, fribs l)d lo 3Jd. 38 begs 
owusbtd black Spaulsb sold at lid. Aleotljo 
nd r'ronlier wiihdrawu. Uowashod while Opor- 

1003 bngi u r Morocco offered, 3D2 sold. 1 

lashed locks and pieces neglected, su^. 

rnsbed Mahal fleece sold at ]3(d lo 13Jd. 150 



unwashed Id to Bjd. Syria, 
rawo, BJ to ih] offered fur In 



LOlU 



.d withdrawn hi lad to I0d. 
at 13d.. For good Angora 14d 



es River Plate offered, 132 sold. Llm- 
d. A few lots of unwashed Jlestlio 

3 told at 7d io 6}d, good unwashed 

Entre I'.los miied and Creolla 5J. For unwashed 
:orri D ntes 7d bid, 7j<! lo Bd asked. Cordova 
Ithdrawn, lOJd lo Ud bid, lijd asked. 
The London Public Salts of Australian and 

iguer than nl the May series. Good washed 
!apB sells at lnd lo lOJd, inferior to ordinary 
Jd to Did, good Adelaide lOd to lid, snndy to 
rdinsry Hd to Od. Next sales will commence end 

The neii Liverpool Sales will ho held the latter 
•rl of October, and comprise 30,000 hales feast 



,- lOlh of July. 0.400 bales were so 
■ da Utile hot >ub.eqoently t 

,b Sept. The stock lo 






il shipments from Liverpool IslV Jaouary 
h of August, 18GS, have been [in bites) 
17,767; Sboddy, 1,091 j Flocks, 1,911 



J". Jfc C. SCI-ljEtEIBEIt, 

DEALERS IS 

BEDS, BEDDING, 

FUBNITUEE, 



WK 0AVE ALWAYS OS HAND THE Bl 

Knotted BED-SPIiLSGS, of every a izo ; 
CURLRD HAIR; 
MOSS ; TOW ; 
UED-LACE; 

LIVB-GEESE FEATHERS; 
Spring and Mattress T WH 

Ready. E nde BEDTICKS, 



SEWINC MACHINES 



It is TTuequaled. 

in Hi simplicity and ease of management, 

AND THE STITCH 

THE OHLY PEHFECT 

rtitoh for ALL Family Saw Ins;. 

EVERY MACHINE, 

From the lowest pries to the highest price, 

IS GUARANTEED 

purchasing, call and examine, or 

Send for a Circular 

tbo OFFICE, 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAtf FRANCISCO. 

H. W. WADSWOHTH, 

AOEMT, 



PTILTJ, 

|l '"'' '"" l ' '■' llJ ti>i"t^ loll, at prlcea defjlng 

SCHKEIBER'S 
I*ulu. antl Bed*lin« JDepot 



h. D^-acnitEiDEE'a 



itefPULU. |JUl 



Will, T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPFDJG & COMMISSION MERCHAHTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and San Francisco. 



JULLE 



MARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

ICa HA3 STOOD TUB TEST IN ALL THE 
itisdpil HoroU Id the City (sad 1. now UK J byihrin) 

and .trentlh, but will pn.,0 by I trUl to a.™ ibo 

HATHEAL COFFEE FLAVOR AND BTHEHOTH. 

Pioneer Steam Coffee and Spice Mills, 

S20 FHONT 9THEBT 
SAN FRANCISCO. 1 



TAFFETAS, C 

RlehMoira Antique | 
Fancy, Field nnj !'!..». -ilr.s. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Waal Fentassl, Fnpltn d'Arauong 
Plain Irish and Frenob Foplia ; 
Plaid do dn do do 
Plain and Fis/d Ottnman and Merino. 

RIeb all-smol Plaids, Frenob * Lalne, 
Uoh.irs. Eplnalioe, Foulards, 
id eeery variety of NEW DRESS GOODS, non .. 
New York, Inclndlon the popular, 

KOBE IMfERATRlbE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



In FURS, 

Fur Cloaks. 

Fur Man till u, 
Fur Tlpnots, 
Vietoriues, 
and Fnr Cel lars, and CaHs-Norr. 

....IrE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRECT FROJI THE UANUFAGTORERS, 

MARE EXPRESSLr FOR OUR Tit IDE 

AKD HARKED WITH OUR NASIE, 

ISISH LINENS, 

SttTLRTINQ IINBW. 

X^itWEKT SHEETINO, 

Linen Danisk. Oloths and Napkins, 

And Linen Cambric Unndkereblels. 



keeping Goodj, FlnniiolJ 
keu, Quili=, I'.Hknvij 
Muslins and Sheeting 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
"e. 1 Montgomery, 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 



™ B "».aj!?*i.«TT 




IVe-w Singing J3ooIi. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE," 

10,000 
SOLH IN TWO MONTHS. 

'«|".»"" , "'"° " "*« —•*« '-"•' 
A. KOHLEK, 



JUST RECEIVEO, 

i CrajlolB AvoilmoDt or oror, Sl,lo M l Vi 

COAL OIL LAMPS 

AND. 

LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS ! 

One, Iwo, Three, Four, and Six lights. 

OIL SI 

SPERM OIL, 

LAKD oil, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL^ 
mCIIlXERl' ASJ3 WBXIlfQ OILS, 

Comet Illuminating' 

KER0S3NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE, 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE BY 

STANFORD BROS., 

MANUFACTUnEflSi AND IMPOHTEfls 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C u ,2S5i!?.,™' * «"■' ™> »>» 
OOHDAGB. 

nj Par'^ular sira, lonjlh, or doserlptlnn, of Cordags 

MANUPAOTPBED TO -.ORDER 
tslurtnsiict, 

Tl'BDS & CO., 

' 611»od013F"roBt strset. 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 
Wholesale and Eetail Dealera in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AKD_ 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTURAL 
IBI1PL E » IE IV TS3. 

Plows, 
K Earrowa, 

Mowers, 
Thrashers, 
Grain and Flour-Saoks, Baline-Rope 
Powder, Oakum, 

8hot, Tar, 

*usb. Pitch, 

Cordftge, Rosin, 

Marline, Blocks, Oats, 

■tjSl&SKS, 'SS.SKSf.T 8XE£»$!r* 




JONKH &HE^V^lKTT. 



Attention ^ay-Balers ! 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JUST RECEIVED. EX HECEHT ARRIVALS, 
600 Colls flnpcrinr Eistorn Balo-Sopo, 
h".on-srtDl 0U ito«l [ ,.te,a Frsnctoonri™ 
3-301 J0KE3 k. HEWLETT. 





Partloalar »HonllDO li ri»»l» *'' 



rate in bis inter 


sis from anything which pertain 






The good opl 


on or woman toward each otb 


[9 of much eec 


unl;— their malual respect, un 


ajnjpaibj, and 


nflnence for good or for ill are 


K rtat importune 


cb, or have 10 B"" weight la d 








characters ot shaping their life 




as or men to Ibtm. Who can 


more codec roe 


In the reputation, charade 


health, comfort 


and bapplneti of the wifo than h 


husband? Wh 





jabits, forming li 
nr coarse in life: 
nan, wedded Iber 



ig man and we 
Their ajmpa 



to Ibo degr. 



Ud joi 






Interests, sympaibics.pririlegu, or immunities, d 
they deiraei from the highest good of bath. 

I cciniider it, therefore, entirely fit and prope 
that t ibould appeal to men In behalf of a refori 
in dress for women. One might chouse to do thi 
rather than to address '.be ies:(s prumlacuouslj, ( 
simply 1 



WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL DEALERS IN 

STAPLE ASD SELECT FANCY | 

GROCERIES, 

Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

, ,., B ™^ BK=. AX X.OW ^KffiS. 

th, »l«>l™ "f onr ,look Df flood * M»nj«llcloiM apteMnJl 
SPECIALITIES, Tor our 

ilco kinds. 

with the greatest earn, for Family Uas. 
ned, Powdered, and eicry choice rnrielj, 
PRESER VES, JbIHbb, Jama, Dried Fruit, of nil kinds. 
RPICES Innumerable and for every ttsc. SIRUPS of the very cbolcta, 
BUTTER &. CHEESEfrom the mo« celebrated Dairies; also, choice, f^ 

SElISwNESAND^ 

mina but the b"' i >b<i.-otbit<i*.'i« choice 
open .) b-.i ■< <•&"< ibeuv 
BONELESS SARDINES, * «al Injury. 
B °™ HFItKIMFlt n.i'I.-TV CHEESE, sup. 

HLKM I3ABBLLA AND OATAWBA. WIMa 

5i.ari.i7cg and Still. especially for Family U.o. ~* 

, DSedcd In the Culinary department of the HoawhoH^nd rtie luail p„=, 

.".',,;,., i„,„,. i„,l i,v 'J" 11 ™"; ^' Ji'^it!, wh ™i ? ou 7V.moi.!'lk'hi aM'i.l"'--i'''. "H "■•i'M*U; 
:ilh(hoir |.nlr..rmi;o. In "rtler |.. mn^r. riii, '"•••■_ ___„ , F ,,.., .,,. liri ,,„„,[ v „ii|„,,ii ... .., ,.r , ,.. 
■Ill be Elled »ilh 




on t the body. 
■ naturally while 



Ibrw 



ready n 



.rlj hair re 



Were 1 10 undertake tn present this subject 
the ladles in any andieoco wbieb I might be at 
to gather together, 1 should feel called upon in t 
first place to bring all the logic which I might 
able to command, to the task of convincing thi 
thai their present style of dress does nni com- 
pletely answer oil the ends for which clothiug la 
Decenary and desirable. 1 should bo obliged to 
appeal to reason, philosophy and experience to 
show Ibtm that it is in any respect uncomfortable 



! nloth, the effe 
wcraortho mi 



practice in the metropolis. 
stylo of loog skirls for ladle! 



as of taitlmt luquali 


e, on i>unh»!« ooi' f.T Ik 
niih NEW WBl.SU Ell 9i 






no imleaiool »t»ro, 




vS'lr.X^ 1 '. 


tin Hilar in Alameda, So 














































ontlho Hunjo of tho level 


near U Union San Juio 
niSaoFraooiMO. 
»- All letter-on bniir 




ess should be directed lam 






■ 11 








BASCHE & tSOIVS, 

JIdbalbjis in I 



and nil other choice kin. 
rr A - "f the very choicest, solec 

SUGARS. pu« Refined, Crushed, Powder. 



.ONQWOKTH'E 



These with e, 

n .■.-•■■■ ■.■''■'. I.i!"'.l'.-i '■ 
u* with Ibelr palPinisn 



Ibo bu'inc. 
d Good. (001 I 
«,r m with 



ory purest, taken from Bond, as 

IB T»b!o Wines, ote, or for Modiolnal pari««K,e U ^ 

SPANISH OLIVES, of superior qufc 



'■'"■'.,,: 



BRANCH STOHK— Hnntor (treat, BtoeVtor 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery street., 

San Ft a iiti s«. 



NOV, 



BIGELOW BEOS. 85 FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE ACE 

EIRE A.NT) LIFE. 

OFFICE— KorUiweit Corner Blontgoiiiery and Sacramento streetLflj 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 !!I 

LIFE IDEIVaVJEfcTMElVT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,0001! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, j 

The only Stock Company in America ahoit Charier provide! that nil tl 



among the policy holders, 

lelay of tending opprdlea lions to Sen York 

irrlUiy, and tranaii to and from the. Smi 



to the h. 



Ml b 



endly 1. 



imate, or agoiost curioos 
and ibotll dots not erlo. 
ste, oor display (be great 
old bo compelled to use 
i Intro that Ihe perpetual i 
vsryieg furm, and constar 
ends directly lo the prui 

niueut uF Secmentol coll 
o cod *ell-bolaoc6d chars 



apprehend thai men 



c tripping; 
» stairs, in 
dug up the 



i tbeir action, that 



1*1 AjVOPO rte s, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &c, 

Anents r..r the Oelobraled olaoufaclurerf. A U (iale 
iC. Sc» V..rti C. McjjT. 1'hili.dslnaiai I liill-jn, 

[I, ..,„; U'l,..-<- I',...., ,1,,., k.q. (■■.■,!.,!. I, ,1, hisr,i!. 
li.r SM,K and for REST. 

Tbej bars tbn lnr 4 eit stock of well selected Sheet 
Mn.iri.n.1 Uouc-1 I). :■■!.■ IN -.in l'r,,..:,.-., .,„<lili.f..,j- 
.l.a.rl. in-rci-l l.v fr.-.-li :,r-|.:.l- ivilb <.■ iTV'le Lu'T 
If- j in it.-,.rn.;i|..il |.il.nb-r, it. lli„ f^-i Thny baio a 
fill : U |.|lv|..r &.!■ l..U-.i.- 1 n,T.:..„il.Mi.rl,.n': VL. in and 

I'iMH. Klut- ;.., I i'lw.,, Vi.,li„ and li,,],,,. I |„„, ;,:,.( 

(lull ir l'i.ieo and llcllar, Brass Baod imall and lar«o, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



Partly n 

be dieiiicd pri 
Policies Issued at this Aueno? without tho i 
Roiidenco in California, Ore«nu, nnd Non 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM 

OF HAKTPOBD, CONN i 

Residence in California Free of oilra chargo. 

This CommitT deelarai 50 par coat Dlrldouds annually, and tho Assured can If he daslroa giro a anil 

Books and Pamphlets euaUi aio g fall details of tbooyitomof Lifa Insurance, can bo bad at tho Agocej. | 

Ihe Cneapest and Best Life Inanranca Company in the World! 

FIIfcE X»E:^^.rtTi>tElTVT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, I 

OP HABTFOKD, OOISTISr i 

ASSETS, $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRA.NCISCO FOR THE SECOBITr OF POLIO r H0LDEE4 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YOEkI 

ASSETS, $1,600,000 ! 

Letters of Credit for §340,000. 

Washington Hro Insurance Co. Secnrity Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 
Fhenix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

WO IMPOttTBUfl O. « 

\t CROCKERY., £& 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Pialed nod Brttanula Ware, 



The 'J. .vi Haven Olocli Compin 



You observe 
cmplojmant: 
the kitchen 





the pa 
ou and fa 


"'■" 


Th 


plan 
aad 


£w,« 


, P 

rryl 


rlfo 






el la 


bl 


lug a 


disraepl 


B, « 


ran 



!d streets aad on mnddj walks, in 
bs and in public umnlhuses aud 
iu obserte jog beave a if E h of plij 
ongralnlate for yourself, and saj, 
iut glad 1 am that 1 am not a tro- 
ll no csotl)-, go to ]ail,orb«shoi.ot 
nlo wear a dress llfac thai I" Aad 
iu bare said out loud trbal, to mv 



rectly fnrirard. Aad if be continues 
rising ooc or mnre Heps In long skirts, 



il power of adaptability io bun 
; odroiinoH. Thej are not nwa 



erj perceptible. This 



roof ihm rtat 1 saj of 



ALLEN'S 

Livery & Sale Stables, 

403 KBAIUJY STREET, Near fine. 

Horns Boarded ij the Daj, Waolt, or Month 

*.«. w bi /a, e^tgr.u 0<d oC1 „ llnaL 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Buggies to let 
jfcfelli™ ', , ■'''■'/■ ■-■■''■ | '-: ■■■'"" bi'-sr-UHfi 



EDWARD ALLEN. 



FRED'K BILLINGS, E-q. 
HEN11Y UARLTON JI4-, 

of W. T. Colenmn & Go. 
ANDREW II. FORBES. Esq., 

or Forbes & BnbcocL 
JOHN li. REDINGTON. E.q,., 

of Reding ion k Go. 
J. D. KITTLE. E?^., 

. of DtH'itt, Kiltlo L Co. 



Board of References : 



J. P. FLINT. Esq., 

of Flint, Peabody ft Oo, 
LODIS McLANE, Esq.. " 

of Wolls, Fargo & Co. 
0. B. POLUEVIUS, Esq.. 

of Alano & Go. 

JONATHAN lifJST, E?q., 

San Fruuciico. 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

Tho sobscrlbor, lalo a member of Ihls noll-kaown Finn 

Wholesale nnd Eetail Depot 

At 720 Broadway, New Tork City, 



l*lo hour Irani his trlonds, and Ihe 

'lie Is fully prepared lo furoish th 

Ml WL ■!»!« and llfl-.il 1'ri,.,-.., . 

fully narremed. Bend fjr Doaerl, 
all Orders to 

SIBERIA OTT; 

7Z0 Broadway, Hew York City. 



'■:.;::.: 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

:;!;»" •"• "■■•>"' ■>•».. Tb.,,.5'; 

Bootman., Pianoforte Tnninp; Soaloo. 

-SOMETH.NO N6W- 

S^K^"o5S 1 ii. ll, a» 1 jjj»j£ 



Tweaty-flve Centsl | 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'Sl 

First Premium GalWB"" 

No. QdO CLAY STREET... SAN FRASCISW 
FOE SB OENTS. 

ALL STi-LfiS OF FANCY CASES OR LABOKjl" 
proporllonntaly Ion, and warraolcd the h* 

Ptiolograpliti ftir 83 per ""^ 

Iiarm-tlnd PhniOKraphi. lha satno horoWf«^ 
■ I T nn UuLLies r.. r i „ fir.it cjiu. "»' i* 1 " 1 *] 



Ben-are of impowtcrs I . 

r Tho nuWIo are nollDod that Ibis l> the o" 1 '!^ 
loj^voraootwltbOEORQB II. JO11NS0K "■ x " 



S- W. SHAW. 
I*oi* trait I^aiiitei"' 

Norabnr IS, 3d floor. MamaaillB Libra rJ , ^i 



THE CALIFOENIA 1 AIRME.R. 



63 



Notice to Eh, rnx e r s 




GROCERIES 

WHOLESALB AND RETAIL 

For Oafsli Only. 



WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 



Calliva 



H possible 1 

■led, f. o 



r, FIFTEEN ACRES PER BAY 
notion. ItsowslbeQralr 



i br hand, that It is sKliuaMd in "The Wv. 

t, Sin Franelseo. Far mnhtsr particulars address, 

D. & H. A. WINTER, 

■eaOMA_R ( K£lT BTHBET. 








ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, and Bush atrteta 




fittrarg ^jjrnMierg. 



thts hotel 



;iSn„IN' Boarder! 



ernfHarkot 



^■^'"K-d™"-.-.'?*. 1 



Had In tho mojt approved siylo, so at Id 
tho rami fastidious. Tho Table' will bo i up plied with 
'Bry Injury or tbo laatone. This Department -Ill be 
otirely distinct from lbs Hold. IbouKb nnonlni from It 
ELEGANT SUITS OF liOO.US FOII FAMILIES, 

As well ■■ Slnj-Ie Room- for Tromlonl Petrous. 
Tbo location of tbli Hotel is UDJurpssjod, overlookln 
Ihe Buy. -in! civea aao of Ihe Goost itsjiwcU, wit 
views gf nur culiio ciiv .r,.| ill- ,nrr.,m Jin.: f ,1,1,1,,. 



-tar.ily ustir.'.led t'i. 

R. H. FORDIIAIU. 



Osalor in i '■■■..,, Oil*. Tea. S 



CELEBflATED PEACEMAKER, STOVE, 
For- Sale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 



GOLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Seventh and K nlreeta, 

SACRAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IB OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AS 
a "Home fa- Familiar,- >nd fot tbo Traveler. 

The Proprietor hu spared neither eipamo ore 
make hli Hotel one (hat fha.ll ulwayi bo acceptor.) 
pleasant lo .11 (bat ma? fat . r hltn tttth a call. 



BE^Vr>W_ELL <fc CO'S 

LIST OE 3>X j^ OH I IVES 

FOR THE 

HARVEST OF 1863. 

lnwD „ MOWERS: 



«i':i;'ii;...i U .s..i.- 1 .:.: ;\'i\\l-{., ;■;■,;:"■ ;r;';? h ;i'''' l i"'- I ' l ',i; l ' Kll * u r E11 

*' uo "a KfUlLE do do do 

REAPERS; 

*KG BBAPBR. SlcOORJIIOK'S SELF-RAKE REAPER. 

nuwEv-isci.i-.nA^l;,;'.-!;^ d0 «° 

■ HEADERS, FAB«Bl i -."|-,.i.M.V„!„V" S: WOOD'S SWATHES*. HBADBRS. 

^TEAM THRASHER: 



wxv< 



-•I'KNi.'KU'- ,;., 
I'irr- IMit™ 
BUBKY-Sw ana 



.qluo 30, 33. aod 36-leeb Tbraeher 




BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agents for tbo PaelBo Const, 
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FURS IS HL\ T GOODS, 40. 
BOLE AOENTS IFOH, 

4HALLER1S « 

Patent .&.±rt±s±t.t 8& 
FRUIT-JARS, 
Tbo oolr absolutely reliable Jar Id ore. 
lnooiiLv.i Hotel Block. No. IK Sansomo street 




of I 



-r Fatnill, 



it Home 
in Bill a 



snd by ,, 



u> the t 



orldcd with tbo * 



H, ty will ventilated 
Beds and Bedding aod ■Irlnt nttonlton 
; wbilo tbo TABLES will be 
iitboroojon affords. 
CaaniAO.., to aod from the Hotel id the Railroad 
n and Steamers, at all times. Free of Cbargo to the 
.irooi of the lloWl. Hotel open all nl B ht. 

f Connected with the nolol li a Fire- proof STABLE 
prossly for the care of nonet and Carriages of the 
.irons of tbe House 

D. E. CALLAHAN, 

10 PROPRIETOR. 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lalo Woodford*. Hotel— 

PACHECO. 

KTHE HNDERSIGXED, HAVING TAKEN 
Iho above named well-snoirn and populor Ho- 
tel, would respectfully Inform the (ravelins 
lie that they are 7*0(11 rod to accommodate rteadyor 

ed. and tho whole eilablbihment Iboranjhly refiitod. 
lering it well adapted In every rei|*ot to ( 



A Livery Stable • 
enacted wiih (hli Hotel. Uorsoi and 
hod at reasonable rate*. 

A Daily line of Stages 





/the curls 


ND THE WTTEB. 


Bo 


ni'l"',lv hoa i.f i f t- r 


(he followioe iboot the Qiile, 


and 


!■( It u (!.,:,( on nompapDrdom; 




(Iod bles 


Ihe girl., 




Whowe 






Hlond wltb oar 


evening d roams; 




Thoy 00 






like iplr 






Or— ai oalidi 


son! Ihe itroanu. 




TbeF 100 


bo nnr pains, 




Thov till 


or brains 




With dreams of (he sqddj boars ; 




God faku 


Ibo gitls, 




Qodblei 






Ood bios oar b 


man Howore. 


Tbo Wires, wo (bins: 






ega. IhoOlrlj— (he 


eforo (bo following is respecl- 










Ood bits 


Ihevrivu 




Tbef fill 


ar hives 




With Utile bees 


and honey , 




They oa* 


life's rhiults 




They me 






Rot— doo't they 


spead monayf 



Thraaghnntonr 
sfia arcrjlblng (hey se 



Littl. TaoT-FooT—I obco heard soma littla 
girls talkiag under n pear-tree, ond one woa tell- 
ig (ho others: "I help mother, I ron up stairs 
ir her, nud do her errands. I dn everything she 
Btts me ; and 1 fetch mj pa's boots, and get his 
Uppers, and place his arm-chnlr for him. I End 
is handkerchief and hia bat, for my pa don't ol- 
ajs remember trhere he puts things; and ho 
ilia me such n funay name," said the little girl 
lib a cherry langh. 

"What?" asked tho litllo glrla, listening. 

"Trot- (oa I— little trot-rout," said she. 

How asefal these sweet, obligine little trot- 



A CARD. 



J. ». SHIRTS & CO. 



Important to ihe Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

33-E-NfIOIJV, CJ-A.L., 

TIsomtiK Bromley, Proprietor. 

Hft NITl'/ L ) I ' aKST AN P *MT HOTEL IN BE- 






-4-JMEItIC^VIV HOTEL, 

TOMALES. 
MajL THE.-Uii-i:illlii;,[ iLKfj-i |.s;av«TO INFORM 



eriod of ten jeai 

bers flrat invited public 1 

propertiee of their Petem Ailo-Rteaee. ' 

1 first th^ir Inveatioa mads but alow progtrES, 

thoakatotho liberal sad appreciative apliit 

. Urge pnrtioo of the teamster* aod coach 

lufacture boa gradually iocieaied, and aot- 
vrllhotanding the roaay epurioaa imtlatiaos, which 
imo to tlmo bate been Introduced fioro the 
'a Slates to compete »[tb tbclr orticle, the 
HA:L AXLE-0REA5E baa note acquired ao 
irivolcd rccatntloo, eiteodiog tbrougboot the 
ngth and breadth of California; Oregon, and tbo 
ilfjhburiDg Tertllories. 

Bnt whilst tbo subacrlhera return their grateful 
knoivltdgcmcau In a diaccraing public, who 
tvo so largely paironked them, thej also unite in 



hoy were reluctantly compelled to the cone 
hnt however fit conl-utl might bo for ilium 
mrpoies, and for which it ataudn un™uii 



Btisfaoiory Ax\e-\ 
ubscrihera turned 
m-i'.>f i-i,tii„ 



/ li,, 11 



otha 



■'«• 1 






might he collected from the noblo 
if luTbunmileas forests. 

tcallon to this suhjeet, they 
ed one parcel or the crude 
and Iho same having been 
(I dlalHlniion, has produced 
proof 



hoped tl 



from tho Bail. 
m do, so that Culi 



MANUFACTURES RKST OF i-'AWLV 80AP3 
•••av nnrnar of Hason and Paelfle streets. 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 



■ubteHptlon to be psld lo 
ill CoapMy b( tlui Unlwd 



!.i l nP li ^ E " POWERS AND STEAM-ENGINES" 

kfrlluZSlfii! WBl ""'a , «.P'eW'..aoJEmery' 1 PatentSw«epaodr,.UU 1 ,i„.p UHO , 1 . Swao-Bawtna, 



HAY-PRESSES : 



iu. Ssltlnt-Rubber and Leitbei-all dies. 

TREADWELL & CO,, 

IT!" ".•i 1 . 6 '™ 1 * "J 4 D » , ""7 '"«" , aAN FKANOISC 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Pore Hew York, Boston, and Hew Jeney 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

ra may rely n, on B „„„ lr[i=]0 of B „, 
e parlor quality. For sal. b, tbo Pipe, 
Barrel, or Caw, at p r l M1 an- 
preeedontedly loir. 

Corner or Front h(. and BroHdwa fj 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



endeni of ail for, 



Hl[CKS A LAMBERT, 
JimnFMcrrjiiixD CitniiisTs, 
annd Minna atreuts, Sna Frnnclaco. 



Wv c. e, roi,t,i\s, C&. I 

*^0«a MctBOtner,- at™, £4 | 

American Watch Factory | 

WATCH REPATB1HQ ■[ 

|SAT SEW YOltK PItlOESlAS 



Italian and Common Bees. 

^SUPKHtoa HIVaBJld OF 
Taireli [v. l''n. r "*l 11/,'^ ",'„'., 1".'',,^ 



W A» 



U FARMS sod OKCH. 

rJalRIEB, wbere Indo, 
aa. ApplymhoFAUM 



^Hii oiLIFOBNI^^M^ 



C|je ilatfifts. 

Wbolonalo Produoe Report. V 1 



Bbi]pp«« 1" Eufopo hi 



frttll^nd ft* SI"**"! 

OurEinorufor then 

.a'd-100 qr-rt» Floor, It 

Victoria. 100 si« Barley 



BT CO H T IH ENTAL TBLHaBAPH. 

DATES TO SEPT. 30. 
A apodal Wnjhinglon dispatch 10 (be New York 
Post hij», thaMbe revers a to ""^"^ ™J£' ' 
draft 



■ i (1,1. 1 Infi 



The pre 



Market! a» doll and ranch if - 


oqo*ft"j ^olanltwhj" lit bclin"^ Dearly all 








Zo*o. « « u « "objecting 


"ThtttliiWMtt Iwl»nl, John J-IIooserunn, Alei- 

rebel* on lb. Cheianeake, ■!■» <*■■«■ ™" 

firillhreo "ore plundered and ™n iishjre The 


Ihoj am told to to reacted. 












The Richmond papers say : Genera! Hoiecrans 








10 bury his (lend and relieve lhe wounded. Bragg 


umoooforoo.orl-o.ook.or 


" 1 Morris I'Urad leiter fan that seven deserters 


„o cotirolut. »' """• lhe f" 


from FulllfiiliU Ifl-inJ n-port lh.lt ,lf '" h '°"' D / 



Flour, 35! ■ *» Middlings, SM ba!« Boy* -The 
IV. B. Bcraoloo, far Victoria, look 2171 qr "WW 
,ki Floor, S75 slu Barley, 80 ski Whoat, 103 it= 

d'jia-.., :.t,.| 2=i bale! Bay. 

W. nolo the following charters: TbaBritl.h 
MaTEarotFugb forEo K land; thes" 



xipu of Produce frc-r 



a.UloforLiecrpi 

and tb=B«y >Ii 

,j: Wheat H,»l 
,7s, R»rlVj7o,J01As, Oiu.Mie.Ui Belt 160 sk, 
lalots 1313 lbs, Bje 31 ° '■" Co™ " 3 ' MO »b<. 

,V-,, r . L . n-ir. ]i:A-v f ,w,.>i:;-) illl( .,. n,,- <ji* 

, ' | I 1 r !.., HII..F b ' 

! i.r: 1 i.--JiJ, ! i!i-, Muslar.l f ted li» •«* 



,d fully t 

lor (bo 



« h»Tcb«o P milrdi;Mr] by 1'°"' mta - Xi "" 
e received from Washington in (ho effect (hi 
mm Will be made a sepornlo Pepnrlme.nl, urj 
:t the command of Gen. Curtis. 

i!e"uat J tbc rebels Coffee and Hooter ore ct 
.mptd nt Coonskin Prairie, Mo . with t.OOo men 
]d that Kirby Smith was a( Arkndelphin, Ark 
lib the main body of ton rebel army, Paid t 



UJ,l|.l.i.i 

■MM 



red cegimeuU. 

Wa=ni[.|;iJ[i Jiipalehsay! no r e»ra need 
rtalned that the Army of the Potomnc 
;lt lima too force iu its front. It largely q. 



yohiT.Zom. A - K,Fp - 

ZOItTV Ac CO., 

GENERAL AGEST3, ABD 

Commission 8s Forwarding 

MERCHANTS. 
421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FBANCISCO ; 

11 BEBKMAH STREET, 

NEW YOBK. 

AQWCnLTnRALIMPLEBlENTS 

"tb'^C^, tl l«p«ll n.nhrir S^plo, Prlctll.U. 



THE SPLENDID 

Full Blood Durham Bull 

MASTER 
BTJTTERCTJP, 

, BUTTERCUP "O: 



TRAVELING. 



PEOPLE.S I 
O PPOSITIO]\ 

STEAMSHIP LINE, 

FOK NJE"W YORg 
VIA NICARAGUA. 

GREAT REDUCTIQM IK PRICQ 
"lllS«SSBr£S*** ,, " g,w " 1 750 Miles Shorter than any other So^ 

MASTER BTJ1TBHCUP TiirTiw 

, j -.ifcin-g- MOSES TAVLOR. 

]l,™jSbo W hb;iu ^.^-'i »'■ "--■ " r ',",:'.■ 

inltil Bi.m|Mi.n II..-':. 1') '"i|" : ' ■ '".■ ■ ■ ■' ' ... . 
-, :<l, llrlr-i... (ITWIJi^.^rii = B Cd by Cwbm (l« 

SAN JUAN DEL, SUR 

From MiBjion lltfet Wharf 

On Satnrday. - • - - - Ootober3,lBai 

Connootine ot OREYTOITN with Iho ir,l la uj 
Steamihip 

IXiIiIXOI s 



ZORN& CO., 

BAN FBAN0IS0O, 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 




■Wholesale Price 



FeUloma Gunrds. 



iLveit in uor.i) 




FOK SALE. TO LEASE, ETC. 






OAKLEY & JACKSON, 



Sa.ii *i.M.eiitiJi Salt, 



li^—cf.'';" 



Tin: i-;:m;nsir)SEn afif, i:; ihxeipt DIRECT 

from (ho alaoafactumn ef a luperlur lot of 

OEh'UIKE 

PITT'S, and C. M. TtVSSEI.1. &. Ctt 

CELEBRATED 
EICHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AHD GEAKED. 



□ nil Rock Snlt, lor PicUag I 

S QDEST1N ROCK; 
BllES ISLAND; 
NDW1CH ISLAND dud CA 
MIA SALT. 

o vru irili roll at Iho Lonoit Marl 



New Native Apples, 



Wt Native Apples, i 

Of uhlcb no haio a romirkably Dne and thrifty >l 
ombrielos s lir S o yarioij obulned fium all n »rU o: 

rieliu "bleb "111 proio einloentlT luUed to lhe (oil 
cllroiloof Califumli Oililo/UM oao be olilolno-. 
lie uliico of lhe California Fjrmor. 

t&- PACK I SO dona In (be bed manner and t 
menu from Nm» Yoik, Phil ndtl nbia, or Billimoro. 

EDWD. J. EVANS & CO, 

G YOUK, Panmylion 



Splendid Orchard 

FOR SALE, 

A«Pn, DT RBASUK OF A OfUrJClE fltfti 
f&$& of HBiTneM, iho o=oor off.w ftr Ljlg! 

^ oirably loealod. 
Tho Orchard contain! SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES, ni 

Fifteen Thousand Trees, 



,r f.KISl.l?!! I'.irTi'iK IILK'SK. hnr Hit: 
-li-l- in I' 'ull. ■jill",.-.., a .„,,■ h,!:.u.ifil 
,,.f lii.-lio-UMvl valuo, J Ii . ni- :-.r 

jo "iho folloninr; Is a lou.iillmaio of th 

pplE, 0,000 Peach, 

Piura, . 1,000 Pear, 
.0 Cherry, 1,0011 Apricot, 

000 Uriipo, 1,000 Viiriiiua. 



;v; :,' 









a by the Amrrleu Ca, 



' I 1 ,,! funbur infnnu itl.,11, ur 
6- Id Opposll 



407 11 



, .tmi, 



California Steam Nav igation Compuj, 

Drfamre do/it A""" *««"*»«» **"/. <" * °'' lK *. '-< 

CABRYTA'G UNITED STATES J1AH. 

JIIE PAST AND SPLEHDID (^ffygj , 

dajl an'j atnrW ^SS,SS 
rill atui Imto for KTOCKTOH K3j 



,-.:■■ ,l.,,T. iU . :l.v::r.J„ Bl 
^tOO.bo.ob^.f*. B 



The Crop of Fruit 



■inn: i'KfinxT a .-.-.! ir, ; . i„n..r th.. v,iu„,v,i 

::,..!„ ..n .ur.;,:-...! -. 1 ..! in.-rtt Thi> 1« -m. -. 

:,.. I.i.-I ,-lii,.,. .-ill. I lri.1... ■■„,,, I l-,,, ,11 ,.-i!i( 

Lit... .1 1,1,..-. 1 1,., l:,lll.,r.,f ll„. Fmimch. ai-Jm 



Splendid Farm for Sale, 

THE FARM IS SITI'.MED IN C"NTR1 COSTA 



Milonccs, lathed and pttutored. 
I.oic BOO French mid Gorman 
nld, eouiixioicof good nrietiiM. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General CommiMlon IMcrclmntr), 



Bee Keeper's Directory, 



."coo, CiWurnli- VtB.'. SO 



..ff-Mll r-". j„i[ C r.l,..'. 



Dodu, com . . »^p*lr 



■i, 6,10, and 12-Horso 

16 anil 22-foot Stackers. 

DEWITT, KITTLE & CO., 

9 Eaoucrjo ntroet, nearPaaiGo, 



^t, ..i>ra. 2:-» 30]ai|uiiT. 

■and Bronchi!! Affa.ll. 
IbyimauHtibii. 



1 HE WAHTPTA. ILACE. 

I 1 YOUKO HAN OF IHTRI.Linr..r.CK A' 

A ij.;:,|. I ;:!.:..-. >' I •! II- ■ <. ■ i •, J . .11 ■.»!,,.., 1," 



jV LAHGE and. FUSE 

Farm for Sale. 



W. K, MILLER'S EXPRESS 

L To Sliver Mount alu ail 1 
Tltglula t'liy 



from 



M^itior OUtr";. J? 



ThoBuoroEiproMulll puillroly tot-.ve Ml'nmr Ibe 

,,.rv J!„.-.i,iv, Wiii,-.r.i.,y ,r,l S iTuniv.v. 1, ' tht- 1 

otwk. a. in.f.T ibe ill.-... o.imcl i.l.i-.. .■.'tiHJ-.-i 

B—nner. I.! .-i-.l.j I- -,,....■ V.iil/i 1-jr, M.ilr-U f' 1 tlltJ 

:.,,.,- ,., Si..l.llc lr.il, .'. ^ilvur .M.ui.i ,io ll- ails': j 

„..,,., , -il^-r^luuouHn TuodayVIWd...,.*. ^ 

M ' Vf K oilLLER, pDjirieta ln „ F 



HOLLOWAI'S PILLS AND OINTMENT -m. 

CAN ALWAYS DK OBTAISED UF Tl 

CRANE 8e BRIGHAli^ 

WHOLESALE DRUGCISTS, ; T °o 

Cornet of Fiont and Clay strttUilatu,, 
S.-IA' FSANCISC0, CAL. 



illllEL BR.lSSV.4Si 



Nortn Point Dook Warehouse, 
sTORAaa 



-A.ca.-*i7-ja,i ioeig 

WMi T. COLEMAN * CO., 




PA.OHBCO 

Foundry & Machine Shop 

THE PACHECO BARLEY-MI^ 



ontv, rrllh 



B10 Aero Farm f or Ba i 0p 

Eond ftdw,, Incloiurci, B n'd Unr,r 11 «d] 
aud good Tannin,; "tonsils will M with lb, I!,,!,!, 
and bo .old „t a bar a alu or c«chan K ed for one 
nearer lhe flay of San Francisco, In a cooler Ml- 
[ho C Fi.^u BJL 1, " li ° Ula^l, l "' iUi " i ° f lho EdUoT of 



A NEW CANC PLOW 

EVERY KIND OF CASTINGS, 




*»>l...|ll„ULlbdfp|, _ 

:«orEe1r. B |i| pormlti 



,H..,J t . C |],- 


bcmitiful ff M 










nil liu .■/• 


(iXun" Tue 
















Cm rifle. S, B 



THE C ALIFOBJ IAJ' ABMEB,. 




70 



llr. II U i'.ii, Sr., ivvrsled sIwb-I^Ej. 

BpHlDluras were rocutnaicndod to t 

"sjv-'l: >'l U-1I, 2 ,'»iri IsJj's bD5t - 
Wr.. J [I l!i.-.li.v, -iJiciaico worsted BO 



p mats voralcd work, 



re g L Murray, embroidered chair, 
n, pair genu slippers, 
y H*b>j, nvlj's skirt, coitoo em I 



, nil, Is il.nnol In silk e 
lired handkerchief. 
HDnViuoo-J H tTtUKiiint, J C u'Bricu. 

chemjutta, $5, ikii-t, ! 
Id's dress, 55. 

p„i„ mm ; n-jre rircon] mended to tbe follow 

endford, gt 



., ij„ c ;, 



In made by hni 

Mm. 0. E. Hob. 

Ito.iui Lieliistone do Son, | 



Sa Gullndn, pair ladic's dnueri and embrold- 
ce— Sirs. R G Dsvii, Mrs S L Murray, 



:h; J D Alleo, 10 n 



Sir* SI B Mill, wietj dried fruit; J D Alii 

e— Wm li Hale, WmMcCaulIcy, David 



Peter lleAdum, bull two years old, Jolai Harold, 
il", ■ Win. Hullo-. h,if.:r, llirrc vein nl'l. *""'"./. 
" i, calf nil neck) old, 56; heilcr liro yiir- I'M, 

(li, £15; J W Veil.lt.lr, H„in„.^,h|.:.l IMll 

/VJirr, fitejrarj old, Siu ; A W Siwn, /V.-..i-1'r, 
years Did, 320; S Hastings, JH»"M r 



fifth, 









Jl B Borbcr, tear old filly, Lady Landlord, sired. 
■- e Cruj, r /: ;V, ; ii.(l. currj^e horse j JB 



four years old, sired by Beli 
liodo, maris four years o 
/■aUifcr, dam, Kurgan 



-.ii,.. Tannine- .ullion lil-<o: I>M,Jr. special; 
Karris saddle horse, Bdty, A W Pmf-n, 
ing coll, four tnonlhs old, I'ermj JfoitarjA. 
nrailtee— E S Lmbrue-, Paul Shirk'}-, J A Me- 
dullas, Alfred Asbbrook, I 1 Smiib. 

I R Borhor, mure Jrnnj/ [And, 3d, framed diplo- 
: t'nmj Arehey, ivro years old, sired by Bri- 
ll lil,SlUi [IC si.mfl.rv, bt-al nut* ■/'"'" * IU - 
ii:.,, B3H; II. nry Sin'ord, ' " " ' " 



It, Jfajq 



li w 



Dr Goodalc, bus 
i, best f« 
ed Aibbn 



>,lv burr,, 
,1;. ,...-«-« L ..± 

.1. fli; H 



boeob, best stallion. Sir Worn, . 

. a ill Hon, iHaci VJol, J3, framed diploma. 

.. C Smiley, stallion Bttl/oander, S20 ; Golder 
d, swlllon three years old, CKlf, S20 i Fernsn- 
rVchccn half breed horse, Ui.SlB; W Meek, 
- hr^d ruaro Tour years old, Flora, SIB ; S F 
■tad Eayle, ulna years old, 2d, 



framed di r .._ 

premiums were recommended lo the followin 

P *DHlJlir, yearling EH?, BMin Kale; A Cum 

,„!,,,. Lilli., i, cvu v.-i.rsul.l, V.-tlttajt, iiredb 
ii':c<: l\ht; KciadfCu ljjlin.1.., li.ill l.r..-ed lu.ir. 



Iilly,.- 



high; 



Alfred J Smilll, brass no. 
5 : Samuel Bicou, paleni 
nil..,?!; Mrs. UJ1 Hall, 01 



Hiss Dor* Belle !Iaj-t 



z, filly ti 



E D Gregg, sal 
jo, J T Flippln, J 1 



j50. 



'/, Sept. 22d— Ruuniog, 1 



"f-'-'-UT" !jr^ c .,. Si; A 



Loiifki, five pound. r butler, 1,1, $10; 
ibreo cbceset, S10, five pounds huLter, 
f ii, S5 ; J W Vtoable, lot cheese 2d, Si. 

CummiiitE— J. Larkey, David Glass, S, 8. 

• Ooirard. 

1 Bacon, five bottle, of cider, 55; John 
I, seveu varielies native wiae, SID ; J D 
roi.rietle. red and while vriue, S5, 2d, 



SI50 
E SLaihrop's Ottneoe, J B Fan's V„ 

gallop. 

Troltlag, 3 In 5,5150. 

rd'i aitoat. Chi'/. 1 1 

Burden's Ilruty Clay 2 1 



hops; Fernando Cucheco, Virglni. 
el, hu-k red pepper; AW Stone, 

rCummi'ttce-Jl B Ji 



T Z Wilten, B M 



lt..ii[-li".r, 

...w'V;,'' 



knllire 



r, $S. 



folloo 



immended 

0,-CBllrornlabOBi Wm 
„.„ Bsiex. 
ConiinHtee— Wm Meesc, H N DMtoa, I J 

Tremlums nere recomended to Iho fol 
mule coll four 



JB Pol's Sunt Martin, Silverio Solo's Sj 
'ray, and De Grool's Fanny Shd/cr. Woo by 
uj.i Martin in two heats. Time 2:03} and ~-~ 

rrulllng, beil 1 in 3, SiO. W. Burdeif* 1 
. U. Sutifley'a Turn Maguire. Won by Tar 

Wtttntutag. Sept. 23— Running, beet 2 



SEED WAREHOUSE. 

ESTABLISHED IH 18-iO.j 

. ~SV. MOORE, 

IM PORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IH 
ALL KINDS OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT. 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. -10$ CALIFORNIA. STREET. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

BD HAS F-STABLISFIF.D SUCH 



in 1' iliturnL.'. -.I.' r.-i l'..llv r-.li .U- -l.il - „,...il be [.-., j 
tlSc kno<fled E e ahull bo clvoo (o Iho business. 

fc'S f fl £ 

HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hungarian Grass; 
Ki-nineky Illue-grasai Orchard Grass; 
Red-lop Grass; Sainfoin Grass; 

Enitlisb Rye-grass, Timothy Grass ; 

Red Oloror; White Dutch Clover 

Crimson Clarer, Lueeron, ,te. fie ic. 



;u. Wo 



s Bay 



ID}, 2-.U\, 2:K%, 1 



Thurtdm, Sepl. 24— Running, 2 in 3, S100. 

E S L*\lno\ia flcn J.iiyiwtl, S P Milieu's Jit 
Jack, 11 llenuenbell's SlatritUy. First beat iv 
by Mai Lippincatl, Black Jack distanced, Elaine 

Trolling, 2 lo 3, S100. 

Ben E Harris's Tony Oakci 1 1 

W Burden's Ladyllcnkcn 2 ditlane 

Time, 3:53, 3:01. 
Trolling, double team, 3 iu B, $200. 
W Burden's Henry Cluy & Tbm iTagairc, J S 
(.ion's Bay Diamond k Prince. 

Ban fjmwnd i In.te 1 3 13 2 

Henry. Clavk m.-lc 2 12 11 

Time, 3:UT, 3:03, 3:01, 3:10, 3:10. 

Tbeo bowniug'B Tom Iltnlon, Si'ivtrlo Sol 
Jack, J U Sberraau's Black Morgan, — Ttas 
Nitty. Won in three straight heats by Tom B 






Old, ,, n r,,!,. 



^*Foj, r,«, 

Owt'n Da!e,'j.n 



AU /.mi 



t..„„vU:il .ft.-."' 

i.i i.i/l.i; it"" 



EVEHT VARIETY OF 
BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, RADISH, TURXIP. 

oucumiii:k. MKi.i.i.-is. i.Krn.'i'i:, usmss, 

TOMATO, EARLY AND LATE I'EAS, 
BEANS, fie, fie, 4c. 

. Tobacco Seed. 

HAY ANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SEED- 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEED. 

COTTOiY SEED. 

Qnano from Johnston's Island. 
FLOWER SEKDS (300 Varieties). 

ETJLBS: 

(S, TULIPS, HYACINTHS, 

i endlOM variety, imparted direct from Fbabci 
nhlslomresverlonealDtbo Seed Busintu (oror 
of hliabllililoialulyhlsualTunj. ' ' ™' 

* Native California Evergreen §C 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fob ExrOBT.Tios- 

THE DNDERSIONBD, FROM HIS EXTENSIVE 
facilities and 



id oonld reeommond that Ountii ron Sasobeson 
'RECT Kr, the nniIor<i«ncd, threuah luo Fipros, g 

*3~ Tho Anonl. of Wolls, Parse i. Oo.'s Rxrros. nr 
i n t > ! . I n ^ J H j 1 .1 » r% Te r S BoOaail d** r "e o I pVi d ^"f "r ' r l'^' '.■';■ luo ' 

Tqo unJerjUno.l Ic also porniltdi to rofor lo Col 

\V, l T-n..iii:..,..( .',( l |- f , l Ki-..r,M.r. nh-j ha, had . 
,.:,..,:,■„.,■ .II.,,-,,.-; ,..,.. in ,(,,, ;„„,) ,„,, Sa „ ot . 

S8T Stai for a Oalntoguc. 

S. SV. MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 

408 (old Ho. 110) California sttoBt, 

" Sdf FRANCISCO, 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

&. BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Wajhington streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

SUGAR PANS, 
CAULDRON KETTLES, 

10 to 300 Gallons. - 

FARMER'S BOILERS. 
DAIRY STOVES, 

PORTAB".E F OGES, 

AUSliejir- Onmp-Kork, Elo. 

Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless^ 

PE ORATED BTJ39IA IRON, 



Maunraeturon at the 

"W"ronglit-Ir on 

"MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 

Of AH 51i«, for Hotels, Steamers and Mining Com 



manttfj&^t-o-jrers of 
TIN, 

SHEET IRON, 
COPPER, 

BRASS, 
ZINC, 

JAPANED GOODS. 

All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work, 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IJ.PJ107SD OVERSTRUNG BAS3 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 



AUTOCRAT OFTHE KITCHEN. 

THE ORIGINAL"?. P. STEWART. 

Fael Saving and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

SUMMER AND WINTER Alft-TIGHT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 



is parfurmod ai iho sn 
ng lbs cost of iho Slavs In i 



Gill. L'Tiun C°ktIol U o" jEV't— Tho heat tenoraloa 

!:>■ lb.; .-!■.-,■, in.,) iio h-[,l ihcioln, and mod or T 

"i/k'lm- "]/'■ -iIlc' S ii ".'.t.T llorrOH Vlde-Bj a 

ii,."!.!.-.. I !..;.'. l ■ ! . . : I >' i 

Bih, lliiuiLisu— iCiforwc.] un Iho Ian, and v, 

(he iJifilillily ..I'. ii>. ili.i i>:ii mil.,; luo ncjui. 

[(..ill i|..:lul iH.-l c .n -.-.■n I. jin. ■ u L . j. I . l; 1 by tho nasto heat 
« arrsnKoment for suppljli 



i'i.h.'i s- , 

i.i,-,..;.-;.!,, 

Franc uco. 






i appl; for Ibflin.— [Dallj Ohmolele, 



THE "&0LDEN HARP," 

WO SPLENDID KEW AMD lUfltOVKQ BTOVE9 



The BAY STATE and other Stares, 

Iain and Fan.:, TIS-WABK. Kuumclod and 

Tinned IKON-WAIIE, HiiFKKK-MlLLS, 

BAKE-OVEM9, SAD-K10N3, 

For silo ij~' & °' &C ' 

B. O. AUSTIN. 

"•^TiD.Worlu, 3l\o\»i.tr.n:. M„« B.ttc^ 

>' bis FauiGiseo., 



At 


onllon Is I 


vited 


o Iho folio m 






r— T, 


i«lini,-, nlih 




























US-Mr »m 
irfu'ct'ly fin 




avouartror 




' ■■r'-iT. 







bi.ii.Uirf... 



o iho 



■.- i„ tl|.; | 



'stkivaBt"^ 



^i:u 



JACOB ZECH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

5fpf*ffl Pianoforte Manufactory, 

416 MARKET 8TRBBT, 
Batwoon Samoioo and Unitary streets, 

I n u EI 'lu V - nIVK K0TICK T0 T1,B 1 ' ,,nU 

"'■■■'.'! '■■! '"'Vih""'"^ "ii" 1 "' t "" ,,co,loii ^ u01 ""■"' 

y^Kh-va ".-„" li !ii.,.'"|''| !,„'|Vi'i.. Ilibir adranliip 
■^Pl"n^uned I and°r°/pSr I ild.'' n ' H " r ' ™* """ 



TESTIMONWLa : 



■',c.:', J:':.. 



Sil15,--XI>W 1 OCTATE PIANOS 

iliffereol maker*. Tor tl"J; do., nriih nrnil leji. IMO, 
(40,(10, |S0, J7Jl»l«l, 8113, *\2S, (ISO, ond (160. 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

Scminirlu, collwl Ui'o D,,'-lrl:.i.:i |',;U'. I. Ii.'.v r. ..If. li 
— uJn. .b.ii.i SJDcb^.ioi .m,;.. ...i.n.l., Jii.-u.tii,-;, ,|,i,|. 

IrfiS 




SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 



THE HARP OF FREEDOM 

,32 wn of Miip, dneu .od chorma for freedom. 



RUTH : A SACRED CANTATA 



THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 
THE ATHESiEUM COLLECTrON 

.v.vr^V,'''. 1 :!^ 1 ; 1 ^''' ['I '™ ^■ < f''~'«''ir.'i , i' i;.'!'m':i'", 






_anto»«<l pli, u0..teui,l»p«l. 
HORACE WA1SH8, Ajl 

IdlttkiMJu..;, NfTi- Vort. 



VOOAL MUSIC. 
With Piano Ati-umpaninionl-, 

J^d P a P"l»r •tmni, b«n 1 do, 

' "("wiSlSu™" 




... , '"'".';"■■',> v- :i-i,/ui.. , : , ...".:,;' : „,. ( , 

,,"'i',' r ':',. i '!:.'.' \iV! i".'.'^v' T ■ ' !i "" lr - ■ ■ !i '- 1 - 

'-■' '■ -'■■ '"■■ i;,J ''■ ■i"-.i.y.!-| , ,ii.'",. "'mi/.'iJ'V.i "i.'!i ', l 'ii 



Wntera - Cheap Mnsio for the Million. 

■ ■ '■'■" ■■ ■ !;■:;■■■■■ -.'i. .'li.-'-Mi.'. ,; ■';' ' ■■] J, ,vi"v,',ui , ,!-!.'! l li! , .l l i !,''," 




68 



THE CALIFOKNIAJ1ABMEE. 



ffjfi ©alitaia firemen. !» 



. JISOO 

OCT. T, UK* 



111 pw*|npli iMlli* »»r am 



How Id mud Monty by Hull. 



AGENTS WANTED, 
nber of TriTClIn^ Aneanj to r 



urn rerylirgi 

■ere of Cn 
Their tobacco wast 
ured Ii 



advantage to apply to m pcnaonHy 



To Harumranen, Florists end Inventors in the United i' 
Stales ana Earope. 



Hucks&Lan 

ly entitled to tbe 



of developing our borne 
I Important articles. Tar 
>n by Isaac Chase, ofSnc- 

rtJirioof S .ri«i.Mdci]iiK r .^ri«,^din S uidr bcuUc The Sen Francisco Cordngo Company showed 



Jacenftn-. of Jfaeiiwi. 



SUitc- AglVulturaL Society's ToDtta AuDDSl 

Pali. 
Th". Tenth Annual Fair of the Suit Agrieollu 



nil made or Califor 
form, thsynromaki 



did ot tbo 



I of th' 



bybol 



week (Friday, Sept- 3filh), did not open as favor- 

pirenlly thinking not ranch would be done till Ibe 
next week, and lhat If it Bulled their convenience 
r back till that Lime, they noolrislill be 
irihe main business of the Fair. The 

few, hence tbe report went forth at Brat tbal the 
Fair wasatollnre. This mu calculated to, and 
doubtless did, work an injury, by influencing 
some who would hare been ciuibitors, and nlso 
Visitors In keep away, when they would gladly 
hale beeo preseot otherwise, had there nnt hero 
been opportunity for, and Ibey been Influencedby 
these premature reports. Tfe thereto™ Ibink the 
fixing of the time for this Fair was a mistake 
which should be profited by to future. Let it be- 
gin with, nod eiteod ihroogh (he week, If neces- 
sary, which will be much more satisfactory, and 
lime enough. Bel in spite or all, the tenth An- 
nual Slate Fair was a success pecuniarily we be- 
lieve ; even though St was not wbai a Slate Fair 
might and certainly oogbt to hate been, yet many 
portions qf the Stale nero repieseoled. sufficed I 

of onr nosurpassed raicrrnl wealth, meebfoery 

delicate work of fair hands, hones. aud betdt, 
which represented tbe belt blood of lbs voi\d, 
with some as good ao.mals as eao eovwbero be 
prodooed; all qf which »• 
eatibn and infraction to th 
or fair women and brave In 
But we mutt parllculariio s 

the Important 

JVeia Praia 
Tbe cultivation and prep 
largely Induced by I 



means of gratia. 



lcccisity or supplying ou 
.t cannot be ahl.iin.ri] liu 



a Jae 

nodou 
lire to 



e 18 


c 


ea 


of i 












tbe 






gbee 
ly be 


E 


"tim 


red 


the 


t there 


while 


1 


and 


on,' 


ielj 


1 cVlde 






>fully and 



piofliahly grown lo our Stalo. Someihini m 

..... r„. kJ ..„.„„,., „ db „ „„„,,?,„„; S 

for tome fifty acre, wero planted by Mr. J 
about tbeurst of April, which was rathe 
and the land ontln very saB i condition ai_ 
Ing previously been worked If nee it was over 
flowed la 1803 ; and heoee nooa ot llie seed vegc 
tated. Other p.r.ons who planted to greater e, 
tent, nn Grand Island, and on the Coinmnei mi' 
"alt. Bat Si r , J oc]is „ a ' .. 



biled, onogrowo by G. Hidden, tbo other by I 
-a, in Sacramento, and ef superior quality, 
iepb Kilos, orSan Joaquin, sent s bale of 10 
idi of tobacco; II. 11. Dickinson, or Coiuui 
les river, some •' hanks" or tobacco, and Iher 
Tarn specimens from several other eibibilor; 
u.ist or which showed n waot of knowledge o 
'iporiooco in coring. But aome tobacco fro* 
took ft Simond'a, or Marysvillc, wag au eicep 
inn, Tot It was well cured and would compare To 
orobly with any Eastern tobacco. Tbeic lobace 
VBsnlsohi B hlJCOalmcndedallbBHar-" :1, ' ■■• 



OribnOoo 
..„_. acres, yielflin 
unds cured, of fine cigar 1 



11,0 



feel loog, 
le. Messrs. C. ft S. also rols- 
i tobacco, of good qnaliiy. 
I cut the 11th of August, and 
ck building, whero It hangs 
on lb' 



j yellow. This crop 

pparently barren sand, deposited by the overflow, 

■ould grow. Tbe crop was inadvertently not 
ntered lor tbe Slate bounty, which It woluld 
oublless buve token. M. Wagner, of Sacramento, 
nd Mr. Bird, of San 



exhibited c 



a also 



A fine lot of CaliCoroia rosin and torpenlino, b; 
IV. Jocobson ; and another Id! of each, by Jobi 
irt, both Irom Marysi illn ; also turpentine froo 
; and California pitch 



ifwire-wo 

Tbe Mission Woolen Mills made a splendid ex- 
tare of the Fair. It consisted of blankets {family 
ind other kinds), flaoels, tweeds, shawls, cloths, 






ig np for iheColifornl 



of dar 



cloth, for the boys of Si. Mary's College, 
i seems no necessity of going abroad unw for 
lag, when wo can be better supplied ot home, 
im Ibe Fionoer Paper Mill or S. P.Taylor ft 

tbo Pacific Glass Works, lately established, 



i of bottles most lo demand. All thi 
les and prod nets are of groat Impur- 
ir State, nod evidence of substantia 

nproeonen's and Slaehincra. 



progress. 
This di 



I of I 



in displa.t 



ieady ft Uro., of Sscra- 
iu'uli, inhibited a gang-plow, of their own intoo- 
ioa and menufactnre, particularly wurtliy of note. 

y, over all competitors, and has given general 
olisfuciioo where used. It contains three plows, 
ni differs from most gong-plowj we bavo seen, 
■eing made on tbe principle of a single plow, tbe 

hat there is oo loss of power in the drought, ond 
ess powec Is reqnlred by two horses, tbnn with 
•iher plows. Tbo very best of cost-steel, imported 
■ptc.olly by Ibe makers, is used in these plows, 
>od ibey arc warranted to give satisfaction. They 






. The 



P. B. Heading, J. 0. Davis, and otbers, who 
te used tbe plows, for evidence of their worth. 
A oow wine-press, by Deoo ft Maurow, is a real 

demand as soon as its merits become knnwu. It 
rypow«rol,ono pound on the 



lelei 



1 for 



if its t 



octuol operation, gave 



ing large qtiantles or ..__ 

ingPump, a Mining Pump, or for Dther oses. Its 

principal advantages ore lhat li I, light and com- 

, very dnroble and not liable to cuoko or Ret 

if order. It has no valves, and no packing 

The It la a suction and force pump, cna ho ran bit 

nsdeofslics capable or throwing 

sole by C. U. Harrison, Pbuiuii Oil Works' Gl, 

ut street, San Francisco. Ban.brow's well- 

«n pump was alio oa exhibition; also a small 

ip called the Pocifie Giant, invented by J. L. 

manufactnred by T_ L. Merrill, 



'Ij, Horner's Washing Machine, "Econumy," 



rfbjo 



of June, when ibe ocedc. 



model, hy Kimball ft Co., of E 
Other article,, worthy of note, wo 



the 



plant, when a good crop may be eafely alculo„rl 
oo In this State. A sandy soil Is good, and alkali 
!• no Injury unless In clay soil. The ground 
should be prepared lo ibe fall, Sevrral olb „ 
persons showed specimens of the cotton pl.nt 
grown for B»p„i mC ni ; aod a gronlog plant of 
the irec-cotioo of five mouth's growth, Dt t f,,, 
high, 

Tv-o bales of hops, too ponndl s , cil| „„„ „. 



Stoct ffrnunJ,. 
The allendaoco here was large each dav 
much Interest was roenlfesled lu ei nn inW 1, 
■toek eihiblied, and In [he trial. 0( , pCc(| B j° 



the rorenoonoreach day the stock win paraded 
before the grand stand filled with spectators, and 

Agreeable music the while. Wo will note (.hit pro- 
cession or one day : First camo a marshal, on 
horseback, bearing a red flog, followed by the 
thoroughbreds, liiho and graceful horses, ranraj, 
nnd oolts, lo in number. Some 8 or 10 noted 

In training for Ibe races. A marshal, with red 
and scorclel Bag, came out, followed by 22 
animals, evidently "speeders." Then a scarlet 
Marshal, with maresand projenj; three stallions 
In harness, tbe beovy Clydesdale, useful Black- 
hawks nnd Messengers; 13 ruadetera and horses 
of nil work ; oeii n blue Aug paraded 12 unlnials 
(families), D In snlkies, 1 doable-team, 1 fine gray 
and 3 black horses; and several Jacks and Jen- 
nets. Hero a red flag, preceded tbe cattle, Grst 
G animals, Durham end Alderoy bulls, cow and 
calf; 3 cows, yonng bull ond heifer; Ihe fine 

Alamcdo; and ID grade coltle, halls, cows, and 
calves. The procession formed a long lino of 
animals, ond after passing round tbe track, filed 



Tan" 



Hon by the vi 
ty good nnimnli 



s Comi 



i obtained, few of II 






of tbo occupants. Wo e 



In passing round among Ibe stalls, wo noted 
same Gae sheep, among them 15 Spanish mori- 
noes,, from J. B. Hoyt, of Solano; tho noted 3- 
year old French merino buck, <• HictUhr," from 
J. D. Patterson, and also G Spanish Merino raiDB, 
Xapuhan ith, 



■ yciri 



ind Suulbdowi 



eaters from J. 0. Davis; nod i 
from McConncll's herd. 

A new style of wind-mill was erected oa the 
stock -grounds, for want of room elsewhere. Il 
Is manufactured by Jackson ft Bullitt of Waud- 



Theroughbndt. 

For Blallioos of A years nnd upwards— 1st pre- 
mium, Oam Deli, entered hv John IJ.ill, Al.imtija 
tonnir. 2d premium, AMai.J, tniir-J t.r Suili.iij 
.'.,.>.„!,,, Napa county. 

For 3-yc.ir old iUl lions— l.<t. 3h»l- :w:. Xatbao 
Coombs, of Nopa, 2d, California, John Hall, of 



For yearling stoIHoos- 1st, ill 
J.C.H-.vis.Yolo. 

For sucking colts, or under 1 y 
of Si. Patrick, J. It Redmund, Mar 



i S. Lalhan,, 
— lit, Enip!,! 



/'.i..;, (,!.;««, J II Redmund, llnrin. 2d, ):■■■„ Cur. 
ion. J. C. Davis, Yolo. 

For 3-year old mares—lit, f.j.-.-.i.-,;.;, Juin, [|.ol. 
Alomeda. 2d, fsnnp I>r<,or, S.uli.in (Juuiul.,, 
Napa; 

ro 1- ;. ■.-.■,!, Jed lo J<utph, by Mr, Slatbews, ni a'n l a 
Cj:n-.o, IC. l^bamberlaio, us Iboroughbred horses. 
Graded. 
Slollion, 4 years old and over— 1st, to Nathan 
Coombs, for Cacy CrockHI. la, lo 11. Gaboon 
for Garibaldi. ' 

to Wm. Ledgcwond, 
. Harbin, l\ Str Whip. 
lt> Mike Bryio, for Mdt. 
— . 10 Y. Barnes, lor Ssu 
Mike llrylc, for yearling, no name 
a-orc, i years old ond over— 1st, lo J A I'rice, 
for Li::,:. DjU. 2,1, lo Mike lirylL- (ur Aanit 

Mare, 3yeorsold— 1st, Lu b. il. Trir-j-r, i„r ■]■», 
RiOartU. 
Marc, -i years old— 1st, lo D. S. Trludor for 

as- ,d ' » - c - b °°"' "• '■-' 

Stria of All Work. 
Sialllions, for J-yeors old and over— 1st, to J 

M^'r.,.;l;,n. for /»,-.,■, J ;/,((, ^J t0 D U Snllo 

for Rubin Doit Oirrn. 

!— 1st, toMSpragnn, for Abe L, 

V ^-'-cbild., for /Hack ,/„„■/,■. 

to A F Smith, Inr i'ri, 



-1st, 10 D B Sotton, for ffoorrt Dale 



Jack-lstto , *>' BUA Warier. M, to 

^LfZt^Cw^in. Id, 

_ , for iado IVaibiryloa. 

Graded Cross Brade. 
Bulla— 1st, t" J C Davis, for Jet- W, to J 
•-'- fm Rtd Jacket. . , 

..„. lyentold— 1st, to J Davis, for T 
Bull. 3d, lo J C Davis, for Boun Bull. 



jowa 

Dill-. fL 



2,1. t„ J C Davis, far/-i«i, 
Cows— 1st, lo J DiitU 
t n '^i,a/l ' 'id, io J C II.Lvis, for Jf«ry. 

' t r'- vc-ir.,1,1 ■.„,! „r,.l,T ; ( -I -, , t „ Miltoo Dale, 

for Row 2d to .1 C lli.vi*, for J:'v: and r-.ilf. 
I\„ i'v,"ir ...Id -hi, lii Milton 1.1.1.-, I",ir Vi*"- 
l-.,r L-.i'lf less than 1 vejrul.l— Ul.wJO Dovi 

lur Red Osir. 2i, lo Milton Dale, for Urland. 
Short JIottu. 
Balls-For 4 year olds aud over— 1st, lo Thos. 

|[,.,lt„r,l, fur SKuiia. 2d, lo Tomny ft Fugnn H 



For 3 year old- 



1st, to J D Paltarson, for Duke 
.„, .. Clark 4 Co., for Oforos. 
Ifuudcr lyearuld— 1st, to llillon Dolt 

—1st, tu Miltoo 



C w ? -For4vearoldsandovnr- 
I, ,\i.- I<„ U-.n, .f* ilt . 2d, in .1 lUvij I... P.n:-:d!l 

1-0,2 rea/oHs— 1st, to J '.: D.n-ia, for.dliie. 

For 1 year old— 1st, lo J C TJnvia for Annie Slf- 
ttmon. 2d, I J CDovis, for Cforo. 
Dttcni. 

Bnlls— For 3 year olds— 1st, to S Dnoiola for 

Fori venrold— 1st, to S Daniels, tor Oakland. 
2d. io S "Daniels, for .McGlellan. 

Imm'h'i- f..r /. .'■■"'-.' .'■!. mj iMnk-ls for AsAi'on 
Fur 3 year olds— 1st, In S Daniels, for ifo. 

Qaetn. 2d, to S Daniels, for Eeauiu. 
For 2 year olds— 1st lo S Daniels, for J/b, 



.oSDi 



old— 



! Daniels, for ioiii 



for Faehii 

i— 1st, to J D Pottersc 
larold— 1st, to J D Pi 
For 3 year olds — 1st, to J D Patterson, for 



Diana. 

Ayr.hert. 

Bulls— For i year olds ond ovi 
tela, for Waller. 

Cows— For 3 yenr olds— lit, I 



-1st, toSDi 
S Daniels, for 



lack Spanish— 1st, to R Toi 

leste. 

to Maurice E Hoag, 






-1st, ench, to Thomas Edwards. 
til Su-.v— lsi, tuDr. J S Curtis. 

Bucks-For 2 year old and ever— 1st, to J D 
Best 1 year uld— lit, i McDonnell ft Curlls. 2d, 
-1st, toMcConnellftCurlls. 



F..r 1 Duo 



Patrick Cheatham. 3i 
Stallion 2 years old 
Stallion, 1 y. 



2d, to C W F 



Draaght-IloTia, Siatliane and Mara. 
ForBtallion 4 years old aod over— 1st, lo 9 Doi 

his, l„r California Ck>tf. 2d, lo 11 3 Corey I, 
Yanag Gilbert. " 

For 3-ycars old-lst, to J Soaiberlaod, ft 

Much/'. 2.1, In 1 1 mid LI,.idJ, [„ r }-.,„„! \\: :l ,.. r 
Fur 2-years old— 1st, to II Wilson, "fur l\ ul . 







Saaditeri. 








slallion, 4 years 


uld and 






net 


Bogtc 




lid, 1 


i F Rev 


, for 




i-yearold— 


It ,1 


D Ors 












JWiy 


:iir;--;:J<>. 




d. 


aa, to j c u 






. l.oui,, for 

., Cilia,,,. 


Red 


1, 






K Coombs, for Zlimr 


tula. 



llaakim. 2d, tn J cb.ii., for't/','',''''/,''/ ' Kl " v 



< Tbomi 



Is (tn 



'< Bone,, 






UtUy. 

- "tare aod fJeldlna 
E. Uarris. for" ' ftJS* SCfc™ 

I M Hub 
for Jok 



'.■ C!iJi.-r,I. 

]ing in ,|„ K j h 
•"<IH Bill, a , 






- ■ r. l 1 1 ; ,j ,. 



For mare-l M , to F Reed, fo, Smpreee. 



JI,;r,;, 1(1 ,:Ll 



Bucks— For 2 year olds and o 
•ailersoa. 2d, to the sumo. 

Southdown. 
Bucks— For 2 year olds nnd o 



-1st, to J D 

—1st, to J D 



OFFICIAL LIST OF PREMIUMS OM ARTIOLt'S 



bvy 'Tried fruit, 1 " Wffi»r?. *% ? "? SJ" 8 " 
ML Grew.,,:,, , .,,.-,,.„., ""-■"■ft l0jl » 






Greatest number of 




'(fg'illlL ' 



GrBntest rnraher of good vnrielit a •nil d] 
sprcimens, correctly named, ib ree , B *J| I 
each, to J R h'ickcrsoo ; 2d, to SandersuH?* 
12 varieties, correctly named, jh („,-!**• 
each, to C W Reed ; sii varieties, lo J ti n ^ < 
cnwild, to A S Greenlow. ' ,U,J »8^i 



mens, correctly named, lo II Davis ; i u ^uj 

Greatest number or varieties sod W , 1 

mens, eorrecily named, lo J ft .Vii: !>,.„„" *,"- f 
II [l.ii iJ i cine v.iiiiiy. 12 -[ui.ili,i m, [., IV | 'u'l ' 

quinces, to J Rtfickerson. "** yy 

Sample of bops noi less than 2i pnnoil) . , W^H 

Q Bidden ; wheal of one bushc-l ur c> r , ,^< ^"{g 

ovor.'to ThosMilgate. 0ittl » , "itbtj 

Wire work and bird cages, lo H T Onw> K hit 

wiro rope, to A S Unllodio. " r "*! J^eJ 

Eibibllofleother, to F Itohel ; team i,_ "Tau 

toParkerft Perry; geaileman-j saddle .edSf TSS 

saddle, lo Hiram Oook. "" J.,' a 



son; 2d. lo J Dieker-on j ,ang a \„ ' 
" * Georg - Kel'loo ' IJ^Z ^ ' 



Landscape, ln oil, to W C Felch ; ptolc^l, ttt, 
re siso, plain, photographs, so ,„n di;,-, h Ul/^ WJ 
. Ili.k,n.,n ; pbotogrnpbs, lifn sise, plain tali 
S Reals. 

W1BE3. .„, 

White still wine, four years ord and ennnU 
first aod second premiums to Kohlc-r .2 l'i..;;.-. 
■o years uld to Manm A!l!i,.if ; ■>.], mJTO^ 
. ; two years old, to Dr J Streotieli Jr. u. J 
T Godfrey; one year old, lo Dr J Street*!; «, _-- 
CFScholl. White s,,arkli. IK '■• n, , ' , A ■■;. CJLl 

■■■■-' np.s.-ic 



nthy. Red wine, four yes 



oKobl. 



years old, 10 J T Godfrey ; 
B K Bugbey j 2d, to J T Godlre 
" ■ Hurasilhy; 2d, 10 U S Bi 






hedge fence, lo Dr L B 



■rwork, lo'MIss A Smith: 2d, io Mrs JlorySfi 
or; w ns flowers, to Mr, J W Winons ; v Peo»u- 
■hip, Taylor ft Bishop ; Ueadwork, to Mrs JalisU 



Hei 



Bayer; Brooms, to It Ireland ;cl 



onp. to C F Cook ; c 
oJHNickcrson. 

The following articles to 






™ ubftii.tfi""™ I S°; k ™"" 

■-,.» S.„,„, bi^., b, 8 „„„ u 




Mora!.. ; I.U.,1,,, ,„'„';', g™ '"J ..ivV., ,„ „ 



Wcsbo 


uld 


«„ 1, 




d to bore 












end cr.pl 




tbelr vain 


o, bj 


ibaj 


., 


,e„^ 




d Uj 


Irrola 


Ivovn 


ii. ■ ,it -'i 


1 hrr"»" 


Tug N V 




II, a 


nlyse. 






iv U 




ttuU! 


We he 


e tried l» 




Uo 










Pier out 1 


ppe 


jiart c 


f Ihe 




ind io ' M 




a Wat 


r; lb 


> is one 


f Ihe i s ' 


■drt.icin 


It flit 




en'so 


'.'-'eVn^nl 


was IM"* 



17- 



THE CALIFO E N T A . _F ABMEB, 



69 



Cues ran : 

, r.-i-L.-N' .'.I ■ 



UlinR. Mr. II. sirs lis ha- nrver kv 
■™ : Bff.clin E icuriMvh5D faithfully o 



Black Spanish Fowls. 

* FEW PAIR OF THOROUGHBRED BLACK 



Denn & Manrow's 

Combined Power 

WINE PRESS 

H1Bia NEW_ PATENT Pllr> 3 1- NOW OFFERED T< 



J*ort JVa, 400 fiWo 



Eellj-, and eofllj loo. Don't fnrget 10 go 



PREMIUMS 

WORLDS I<\A.II£. 

MED AL 



i WM. B. READY & BRO., 

301 uj 303 I itrwt, between! 10th and lift, 
. SACRAMENTO, 

1 Wagons and Carriages, 

ABEICTJLTiJEAL IMPLEMENTS, 
CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow. 



Sti 



u Sawing, Planing and Taming, 



IP^OHEOO 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 

MJSSl iitchlu- ti. |. .'r':j"fj i!,-'lr' r,. ■„■ uc/ua JorWtf "=>- 

THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 



A NEW CANC PLOW. 



EVEEY KIHD 0E CASTINGS, 

■,■,:., i i,m !:,■ :■:.., ™' *"" T 

STAKUIfill 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 

ul la wbjla utlt, .ninonl j-nwora or onto. Aching Teet, 

I'h'il-: I-: | 111 .,"■ ..I::,:, ... . !.. :."l. „, ,'., ,1 V-'.i'i'! I. ';,'■ r ■I'J^" 

DE. PEABSON'8 NEEYLNE 




INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LO.VDON, 1S63. 

First Glass Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing- Machine, 

Paris Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Universally Acbnon-eledged 

TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING* MACHINES 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

No. 303 Battery street, near Baeraimmio street. 



A Snperior Farm For Sale. 



Wood and Willow-ware, 




y's Repeating Rifle. 



tIMriliKillrjNtD In Till: AGENT ON THE PA 
>--j I' ry^ji.f,., ,„j , i,,., , .,, :,.„ ,, r ,,;..,. C '.| ,.! 

Wholesale Prices. 
Petararaa Guards. 

; or GOLD HOUHTED. Too prinni 



Cilill'i 



jl^.l UaUe.- ^nlwr tt/,r< 
X *»4 *«jr» ./ tony J J^oT^ 

Singing- JSoolf. 

r OICE OF PRAISE," 
10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 
1 A. KOHLEB, 



Harness. Saddles. 

W&N & WINCHESTER 

* HARNESS, ^ 

S addlea, Srlolles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, & C . 

Hos.Zi4and2ie Battery street, 

SAX FRAXQISCO, 




NEW GOODS!! 

KIEBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST H KCL1 VITIi 

A LARGE SUPPLY OF NEW .GOODS 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFF.TAS, GB03 DE ZURtCH, BLACK OEOS QRAIN 
Rich Molro Antique, 

Fanny, P laid and Plain -ilk:' 

In DRESS GOODS, 

ilk and Wool FanUmi, Poplin d'Aragoni 
Plain Iriab and French Poplin; 
Plaid do do do da 

'lain and Fic'd Olloraan and Merino. 
Rich all-nool Plaid-, Frnuob do Lalno, 
ilobaire. EplDBllno, Foularda, 



EOBE IMPEEATRICE. 

la CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Emrrlhini Now 

In Style and Material. 

In FURS, 

Far Oloalu, 

Fnr Mantillas, 
Fur Tlppuu,, 

and Fur Collar,,, and Culi— Noir. 

....WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRECT FROH THE MANUFACTURERa, 

11ADK EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IHISH LISTENS, , 

SSHItTIItfG LINEKT. 

LINEN SHEETINQ, 

Linen Damjuk. tjlothi and Nankina, 

And Linen Cambric Haodkerobleus. 



MARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAJHTLY COFFEE;- 



TUB TEST 1(1 ALL THE 
Clly (and l> now uirdbythim) 
iwiolowrao Injrtdlenta [0 jlra 



acta, but «■! 
NATURAL COFFEE FLAVOR AND STRENGTH, 

Pioneer Sleam Coffee and Spice Mills, 

S330 FmOTSTT STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. II 



A.l.liii 



nade 



itbed with No, 






OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF THE 

San Quentin Salt, 

on Ibo P«I(o*Ouiu" """H" 1 



300 Win SAN QTJENTIK RO0K T 
do OAR11EN ISLAND; 
do ™OWNnM*m «»d OALTPOR. 
llhn aboreBanlll nil atihoLn-Mt Market Price 

0FFIOB-- 318 and 320 Front street. 

SA.1 FKANClSCa 



Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
AEE THE OHXY PEEFECT MACHINES 

STITCHWG, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING. 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 

FELLING, 

GATHERING, 
EMEROIDERINQ ; 
THE MOST ECONOMICAL 

Family Sewing: Machines, 

IiX" XJSB. 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
No. t Alontgomorr, 

Kaar Market, 
Nan door WMawnia Temple. 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 
WmS&i^ I HEHRY Ht i kior : WLETT 

JONES & HEWLETT, 

Importers 

Wholeaale and Eetail Dealers in 

Groceries, 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

— AND— 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

JAOKISON STREET, 
» dooraaboro MontsoraenT, SAX Flt.vvclSO. 

FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' Landinss, Business trcels. 

Places or Amusement. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction, in Prices, 

• WASH AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 
ThoronghlT Renovotod and Naaly Foroiahed tbta 

S 'T?<u L )- LtA "'-""' '"• v - ■■' '"' "'-'"T 

and Alii. Evory R ( «rn ii ! n ■■ tL'-.l -.■!. . l .■ . ,.-|[» 

ti'.n.il in,-r » h. ,;u&l« Ibo J^.,'o.. , , r s, f -1-t IIF1P 

n | H'i-ii!.[.r..'.nLvi l ,>i- ; , ., ,;.„ , K T3 A^ 

GOOD A TAIII.E in noj II. .4-0 Ii Ibo CHj 

Hi.- ii, .,■! , : -.,i,i..ri.ii)lf, l.,:.i' ,-,. ; .,-„cI* atJ*J-j'oM re° 
!■«!.. .,i, ..-i. ,r I^ anj l,ko I'ipM-.l.wi,' In Ibo S„| (i 
"j \ t ! -!° Tf * , ,-' n ' lc "" | t- •■' •>■<> :o r aior 

"> I l.Ml'CRAA'OB PRINCIPLES! "'" 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Propria for. 



TBEMONT HOUSE, 

418 and 420 JACKSON STREET, 



ma dL-tanco fraio Ibo principal p[mi o ; of tt mui OJIUUl 

The City Eailroad Cars Pass h Door. 

Tbo Ilou-a I, conduded n D TEMPERANCE PRIK- 
ai to our Quoit. QUIET. 



cih/i:.< 

The prl 
t.yibi- I' 
FROM A 



P. E. TVEYQANT, Propr. 

ia r lata the TreraDnloi 

eoKieflbOTltoiiie, nitk 

E- E. IVEYGANT. 





Cot. Montgoraery and Sacramento street*, 

SAX fRAMISCO. 

J. H. HAYDEN, 

.A.QEWT, 



Gram and Flour-Sacks, Balinf-Eope, 
Powder, Onknm, 

Shot, x arj 

• ^n=f. Pitch, 

Cordage, Bosin, 

il-irline, Blooks, Oars, 






JO.tEB&lldvnETT. 



Attention ^ay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

JUST RECEIVED, EX RECENT AK11IVAL9, 

"00 CeiuBBpMiw Eutarn Hale-Rope, 



JONES t UKWLE1-T. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

ACorapleloABOttmont of every Stilo and Vnrielyof 

COAL OIL LAMPS 
LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS! 

Ono, Two, Three, Four, and Six Lights, 

OILS! 

SPERM OIL, 

LAED OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OTL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
UACBWmY AND BUJtmifQ OILS, 

Comet Illuminating 

KEROSENE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE, 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALB BY 

STANFORD BROS., 

MAHUFACTOHEHB AND IHPOHTEBS. 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

< ™UBr™b| , *' i ' n M ° """ '""""' Wu,ll "™» "■> the 

Advances 

lads on approved AlerohantllM, 

„, WH. T. COLEMAN i 0O„ 

" Proprlotora. 





^^ WHOMSAIE UO> EETSir. DEALERS IS 

'"^^T^y^--. STAPLE AND SELECT FASCY 

Wtifcfy GBOCEEIES, 
W^S* Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Store 

•fty* 3 * ,„„,, AT I.OW IPKIOBS. 

or «=»' ^ „„„„„: „r. „-.^»f»«*. ■>■».«"- 

P.rtt.T,!., .lW°U°n H ->!«"« 6 irBD ° spE0IAL i T JE3, for « 



SUCH AS— , hcr cholcB kl 

OLD JAVA COFFEE, «J -« **» £ 
TEAS, "f" 10 very chmccsi, 
SUGARS, P»™ 



e, for Family Ilia. 



^serves; U«, ..'.., r,,,.. *.,. .r .„«.*.. 

~« • aum.n.bl. »«*! for cry use. SIRUPS or U,° v.rj tho! n 
BUTTERS. CHEESE r™» ... .«! .....»..d r*M», «.., •««..,«, 

;"™..h»i«i-ir-r'l"i«. SPASISH OLIVES, of eapwlor,', 

K»»1» <M " H S SpSiS".?-! so... ......... >« P— r «'• 

"wmb/filk.!"!'!'--'^-"" 1 ''■' ,, ' , ' !l -;' , .. l . ,t ';' !l .-i i r I |!- , l'"-'. '.ill ..■"--' rh,i r ',:i»uJ...D,t<.lh«rtji™^ 

...„.!:....■ '■ "".'V ,'i .'ill be-Ueoded towi lb Hi' .iiBOMtorulf imich^MwcriprH, 

UT < B » of ="W« Bni? OrJor 



IMHStll STOHE— »H"I 



BO WEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery street!, 
San Prancus, 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSUjJANCE ACENCH 

FIBE AjSTD LIFE. 

OPPIOE— Sortuweit Corner Mootsomery ana Sacramento rtreU 

Capital Represented, over .$9,000,000 !! I 
jjIFB DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF l^EW TORE: 
At dicWtJ pro rata mnonj (St poli^ SkWo-j, 
..thou «tt. «b»rs= DWdend. WPlirf '■■ IMI«»"t »f P™*™ <" »<W e d "> l»"er- 

"CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO 

OF HABTFORD, OOTSTKT : 

Residence In California Freo or cxlra ehirgo. 

Thta Comply **««• » *w Ml Dl.M*m «"«HT, "1 ">. Auartd cm If u. drfm (iv. .ft 

The Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World! 

IPIjRE X>jE3jP^.XB.TMCjBIVT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, I 

OF HARTFORD, COKTrT : 

AS3ETS, $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOE THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDEBf 

§50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW TOW 

AS3ET3, 81,800,000 ! 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Washington Fire Iusara-ice Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co. Park Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board of References s 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Eaqi J. P. FLINT. Esq., , „ 

HEN US CARLTON JR., of Fliui, Peiboiy * W- 

of W. 'I'. Oolemno 4; Co. LOUIS McLANE, Esq., 

ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq., of Wells Furgo & Co. 

of Forbes & Baucock. 0. B. POLQEMUS, Esq.. 

JOHN A. REIMNCiTON. Esq., of Atom & Co. 

of Ke.lmgton & Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

J. D. KITTLE. Esq., Sun Francisco. 

of Dewiil, Kittle & Co. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

YlBB AOB^Vj 



uuroduclioo < 

litre u.re come imo j 
of lldltf, LOOJllj from lb 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

The tubKrlbor, lolo n ui. other of this mil-known Finn, 
hat onoblUhoil a 

Wholesale and Retail Depot 
At 72G Broadway, New York City, 

ly i..l, r ..if (flu lii.t.ki.l;. i.nl l'l,. J ' r i.ilroiu'ori£e C lJi 8 
'llol, fully pnioxd loCuml.il tligiii at the .orv lor,. 

f,jll,'^ .rn.i.'.a >i::,'.l'f.,: [,,'■ :-. ; i.'i'i'..,' l , '' 1 'r r -'.j| ! r'.',',| l ,i 

SIBERIA OTT, 

72B Brondwny, New York City. 

ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

The best Fl.no -Stool In mo. Iron column ..if, 
J$&iE™* , S Eoloa « no ^nd DepoT ThS iSfln 

Bootman'B Pianoforte Tuning Sealen. 

■ ™tte;,i?.'. D s.n,. 



Twenty-five Cent» ! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHWSOS'1 

First Premium Ga]W>M 

No. 049 CLAY STHEET...SAN FltAH 
for ae oBNia 

ALL STYLES OF FANCY CASKS OB bA B0 A 

Photographs for S3 I"' 1 ' v , 
THIS IS NO HUMBU Q - ■ 

We gnumulDQ anJ lollnlt Lha bixheil •" i,,a 

Deirar« of Iinposic*' jj 

IbDjifLroinonlBliliOEOftUB JI, J0tlSa w ^ 



S. W. SHAff, 
Portrait Pai"^ 

nmbor 15, 3d flour, llorcnniile Liuru^ ~ 



THE CALIPOENIA FAEMEB. 



71 



Notice to IP el rm e r s ! 




E GREAT SEED OF LABOR-SAVINC; MACHINES IS THIS STATE, WE PUR0BA5EB 
in » liu rilll Eul, iho RIQUT IN CALIFDRSIA, m Iho celebrated 

WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

,Boj ud Toiin «n ;oir and CnltiTile, in ihobujl poaibln manner, FIFTEEN AGUES PER DAY. 



•iaplt ■ 



D CULTIVATOR .1 



lo produce, enough xnoi 



I, Sin PrtmiMO. For further particnlort add™, 

IX & H. A. WINTER, 

SSO MARKET STREET. 




READWELL & CO 

LIST OP MACHINES 

FOR THE 

HARV EST.O F 1883. 

MOWERS: 

■lOWEIl-Imprnved. CAtT-BTIiet. ccttii... inn. F'.MiMKIt MOlvril. No- Maoblno. well <l 
iMI)«r,«. DSII'iN M01VKH. " •■ FoMiiikCui 

COMBINED MOWERS iND REAPERS: 



j^g'J.IELP-RAKE 
UKFa HEADERS. 



MuiVBll, BUCK BYE 
REAPERS 

BUKIt'i LI/ 



MICK'S SELF-RAKE REAPER. 



FARllf.P,'- HllhMi 1II-.M..KEL-, VTriOU'S - IT ,1111 1: i: - 

TEAM THRASHER: 

OWKS'S, LAAE, UiKit A tUff Btiiriiie. sod 3.M»to» 

THRASHERS: 

; i'ti i 1 , i™j'. h i!X' : Vv'"ibTj i'i''i"r''ii""' " , -' ol, ' D * ^ "■ ood 36 - inEb Thf " 

iVboin ThrtuthM*, B >JBttY'8 l i , »ilIl4.i M „'Th rM h«n. d ° 

HOUSE-POWERS AND STEAM-ENGINES" 

tjglfc, In";.;;"^' ff D, " a "'-. *«*»'•. =""' «»•'»'• P««>.ni-»(.«J Trotd In/™*..™ Steic-En, 

HAY-PRESSES : 

OOVE'S. ul IS' IE MOLL'S Hty-Pnnu. 
KXtR 1 0ASIISG3 bi the .tor. M«bla«. till „»- -Rubber and L. illm~.il ,l„ t 

TREADWELL & CO., 



(jROCEKIES, 

WHOLESALE ASB RETAIL 

IFor Oasth Only. 




p ERSOSS, and mora pirileularlir Femora, oniiiloy- 

U!..r". , T l"'r,'-|.llllV-t.'r',.'tli''.' "Ill '■■! Hl, 'l,-. I .-l.ll.l- ■' 
IJttanl!'! Ilia '|.r- !'■>'■■■ 'I '".-"i-l'j. ■ >~ ' '"I- '■■■'■ 'I' -■■■'". 
'■".!,, ■'.,', .''i.'r l .k-M.V''il i.,r-, ' . r ,'.,'i'l.. ■. !.,'[ l..r ,..,''!, 
inl. II,.. l ,n 1 -,,|...r,- ! .,..,.il ,-v. : ry .1 , v ... .-I.i). (i.iJ.Inf 
'twill! I.HI I. in UruT... wflLch I. ■■1"0. 1 l'r.,f ■■[ ,M.ln w 



i ptour, Oik Tea, 



SAS PRA.N0IEGO, 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
Fox* fSale By 

A. P. BEAYTON & CO., 




Ko. 128 San some street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Aeenlt for [bo Padflo Coait, 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, AG. 

SOLE AOBNTS FOR 

iHALLER'S <-?-■, 

Patent ■* -i -s-ti gTi t S 
FRUIT-JARS, 
The null nb.olnlely nlinhlo Jar In an. 
Ibooclin Uoiil Block. Kd. IIS Sooromo street, 




ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

f of market, Battery, and Bush 




ELKiiAST sriT.-I !'[" limn!* Fnl: r .i.Mll.li-S, 






colde n eac le 

Uhotel-^IlS 

turner Seventh and K streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO TUB PUBLIC t 
a "Homo fit- Fnmillsr ■ „nd for tho Tratolor. 

The Prfjirlotw hat .-pared neither oii-onio oresro 
make hit Hotel onothal ibulljilwajB tin lucspiablii a 

Snjtgtot Rooms for Familloj, and by recent outarg 

n ,-.M, u ,.„-l, 1 ri,>,:..tu l>(,„n(|. lo.il thai Vt.ltorS will nlwa 



II lime. Pricf Chiii^o la lb, 



oipr.»sly It ths euro of Hursej nnd Cirrijigoi 
Pairooj of Ibn 11 oats 

JD. E. CALLAHAN, 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lite Wwdford'n IlQtal— 

P ACHE CO. 

&t THE UNDER3JGSED, HAVING TAKEK 



I tunnnor. TbnbouJD 
it Ibr.roogblj rsSU. 



with itili Ilorol. Hon 



Important to tiio Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

BENIOIA, OAL„ 

ThoniaH Bromley, Proprietor. 









j4.aiEItICA.TV HOTEL 

TOMALES. 



m 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 






SAWYER & CLARKE, 

ISIPURTEiti AMD DEALERS IH 

Pure New York, floiton, and Hew Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

bo T» m, y ,oly upon „ ua „ „«.,„, f » ver 

i ptrioiqonllly. For «lo bj lb. Plpo, 

B«ml, or C«o, nt r rl«. cn- 

prectdenledl) low. 

Corner of Front hi . and Broadway, 

SAN FRANCISOO. 



rfiterara ^Ijrlbjti^T 



Wavy and btlgbl In 



THE OORIf. 



D Ibonlndblotrll 



groon liisbiTay lo n dliUnt Horld,— 
nbltptrt pmlnff rrorn tbo™ lo .Iioro, 

"win honilt r»r Igrod, jcL deiiriog more — 
ITLofeoltforlorD, 

idtring Ibus doirn tho pnth Ibrough the com ? 



loldwoioTor hoard ; 
i>ll»»d--»iO|;hir; 



On nllbor ulrlo of the p.ilh Ibtnugh Iho corn. 
Tho corn, tho com. tho bnautjrul corn. 
Biting ooadwrnl mora by ajoroi 
Fits! Btareo m blgb at n foity'j ™and, 
Tlioo, Josl In roinb of n child's wso bind; 

o grnnlng, groitlnc;, tt.lt, bravo, nod strong; 



With lb 



While in fnnd m 



A ilrango, aneol pub, (nrmod day by diy, 

Hnw. nhon, mil nhorefore, m cannot jjy, 

Ho more thoa of our liftft pnlb wo knurr, 

Whither thoy lend m. nhy ire go; 

Or nhtthor our eyct ihill orcr too 

Tho wheat In tb u cjr .ir tho fruit on the trco 

Yotnho'a forlorn 7— 
He who wnlend the furrowt can ripen tho cc 



en id n friend lo DaugLit Jerrold, speaking ofa 
blind. "Humph," Jerrold replied, "then tho pen 

A Sump Riplv.— Firtt party: "You'll oomo 
to lite gullowe auinc dny." Second— or addressed 
pnrly : "Y'ct, Iho morning you ore bunged." 



A CARP. 

liar properties of their Patent Aile-greotc. 

At first thoir invention made but slow progress, 
bot thiinhs to the liberal nod appreclutlve spirit 

proprietors of California, the demand for their 
tnooulneture hna gradunlly incrcnscil, nnd ool- 

from limn to time have been introduced from the 
Kastsro States to compete witti their article, tho 
HAL AXLE-QREASE bns now acquired no 
onriraled regulation, eitending throoghnut the 
length nnd brendib of California, Ortgoo, nnd the 
neighboring Territories. 

But whilst the suh.^rihera rclurn their grntoful 
aeliiniw]..-ilj; l -.ii] i-Ni- in ii .li.j.'.rninj; public, ntio 
tinvo dt, lnr K cly |nLlr.iiiir.ed thoiu, tbev lil.m unit,, in 



ivied 



lion of IW-oi7 as a busls o( ihoir ma mi foot ore, 
l)mn(lcrn|ipljin K ev,r.i rm-jus ungated by the 

ri>.-.lirii :i|,|.|l.-.,-n ( ri ul I -.:ltlitis ul Clu-miSirv, 

lliey ii.Tf rflutLitilly 1 -r,ni|.i-ll..lt,i|ln.c.,nelu 5 i 1 jn, 

purposes, and fur wliidi ii" m.mds un. huilIuI, it 
penilnneotlj 
lihimuiu the 



e-grca ? e. In 



H.ni[i|f invinMl Li 1 1 ii, tin ii to ibis suliject, Ihey 

i.ive i,lr,,,idy receive. I ixii, pnrtel ul the crudi 

uhlnillfd ll) cureliil dislillnlinu, I.iif produced 
^■i.ll 1,1:11,.] nil, l.r ■■>'■■ 'link- u, li]l.ri.-:Lli„.; |. !■,)],- 

itates. Ills liop.il lln.l n.-.v ..'Hurl. i,„.v i,„ p„[ 
(.rib iin.l new di.euieri,- m.ille, hii ihm Cnlifoniia 

:iiubly pinu lure.l-, u ill yel fi i rc „, [U«l supply. 



price than any of tl 



he Imported. * 

MCi;k.s ,'; LAMULilT, 
arioTnmao Chmiibts, 
iua streets, San Francisco. 



&. 


c. e. coli.ij,s, ra^' 


American Watch Factory 


WATCH REPAIEINQ 
^AT KEW YORK PBtCBSt#| 



Italian and Common Bees, 




AV A 'lVl'~~ E - " ; '|V : ' ,!, '"' vc ™ 1 '■'AHMS un.l.UHCti. 



one. Apply (Iibot-ARII 



73 




"THE OALIFOBNiAjAEMBE 



oban B e particularly iQ Wheal. 
„Kk "ould apply very well Tor I 
,U s h. iop™roo« u ic. Barley, 
There i, an interior and Pout del 
nail a, a dlsr-xitioo on <bP P" rt ° C 
demin.l ban c»u»ed Barloy 10 *• 
The demand for OnU 'o '""P * a An 
the OjI Market. 



a demand. Tbii Itnpri 



aodet Grain ebort 



Tlo fleet lo CWn. form, on email proportions of the 
nunbar. lie Cbinu demand for Wheat, Flour, Po- 
tatoa*. end California Fredne* iu general, b largo 
ui rapidly increailof;. 

Our EinerUhntnbocnu fcUoirt: Tho.bip Bunker 
Hill, for Hrtrpool, took 20,845 eke Wheat, 2*3 ski On, 
101 cum Tali™. The .hip Helle of (bo Sea, for Llr- 
ernool, took 38,611 .k. Wheal, and 151 cases Tallow. 
The .blp Hoojley, for Liiorpuol loot 1,050 tun. Wheat 
The barque Coiif'anto f-ir Auklan.l >■'. Z-. look an n»- 
eorlod cargo counting In pan of !SS0 At Barley, S36 
iki Wheat, liu cn.e. Bread, 3,056 lis OaU, 3S0 ike 
Pololocr. Tbo bark Emily Banning, for Shnnghae, 
took ao OMOitcd cargo of erbich there koi ISO tts 
Bean,, 115 eaioi Bread, 500 bbla 1000 bf-ske Plum 
S30 iki FoUtau, 550 ikJ Wheal, elf. The bark Na- 
btlDiuT, for Silka. look 1,650 bbli Flonr, II Iqne Hey 

oar l"wl report bate beet, u ftllow: Wheat 10,735 
iki, Berl«y 1L.MI"*". 0«u 3BJ3 eb. Sail 317 eki, Po- 
tato*, 1071 iki, Rjo 150 iki, Coruincal S4B sk,, Flonr 
1S301 qr-eki. Bran =230 iki, Wool 337 bale, Hay 353 
tun,, Boon. 035 iki, Corn H10 iks. 

Alto Coailnise: Wheat 2763 ik(. Barley l^S its, 
OiU 1410 eh,, Beam 2SE ski, Wool SO bolu, Vfa- 



J. .& C- SCHREIBER, 

DEALERS -IN 

BEDS, BEDDING, 

FUENITURE, 

WE HATE ALWAYS ON HAND THE BEST 

add largoit (lock uf (buna Koodt, 
TbcbonCnrlMt ilntr Unttnne*. •mi Spring ~ 



Knotted BED-SPRINGS, or every eiio i 
CURLED HAIR; 
HOSS; TOW; 
BED-LACK; 

HVE-OEESH FEATHERS; 
Spring and Mattress TWIN'S 



Bye.. - .. .- SS53 aM|Bo>o>-- plOOttn 1 



San Francitco Cattle Harliet. Oct 7. 

BlBP— American, lit qoalily, 5J|3<Je, Q lb. 
Sfinlsb, lit no 3 J to is. 
do 2d do 2(5,3.:. 
do M do l@2e. 
Mums— 7 @ 8c. 
Lure-B@10o. 

PoOK— iCilre-^ed, i'laOc; dretecd S(ffll0c'B ft. 
VHl-2i@5|o^ft. 

Bslsil Prices at ^.uhlngton Market— Oct. 7. 



BTvfc Tartarian .. .. 

SEtv. :: :: ;:5 

Aiituifu F»- ; 






..Dry.. ..(■D)731Jlt 



"i^ Ju» ! ! Viae bit nebs . . 

gMT"; ■•-."■.?■.: 

oawh, oU/itjVIu.. .. fl 
do UobUrd .. .. ^ 






ncrtptlOfl. Alio, 



PTJLU, 

Yhlcbirill boioH In leu to inlt, at pricci difylag 
COOipitukm. aE 

SCHREIBEa'S 
I*ulii antLBedding Depot 

B.— gcmiElDEIt'3 arc novtr oelet PULB. |5ljl 



WM, T, COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and San Francisco. 



BOTH BELT AND GEABED. 



4, 6, lO, ana US-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers. 



DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 

o Emuoino .tteet, near ruiuo. 



THRASHING MACHINES! 



int: i':.iii:rsiqhed are ik receipt iiikect 

from the Manufacturer? of a iDpeilor lot or 
aENUINE 

PITT'S, aud C. M. RVSSSLI, &, Co'h 

CELEBRATE D 

EICHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS. 



, i in.. !■■! -r i ■.., 7 .: j., |. 
UuBretp- •■ -IS ..[SUplofli 






Tai*T.. ..*>a. ' 



New Native Apples. 

F. ATTHNTK 
Mlloctll,n of 

NEW 

§* Native Apples, ^ 

' nhlch wo haio a remarkably Goo and thrifty dock, 
ihraoinja large variaty obtained from allnarUortho 
otb and W«t It oodonbicdly eoolalna many n- 
.lies Bblcb Hill proie omioonlly mlted ta Iho Mil end 
iniito of Calir.)iola Qaialojne, con be obtataoi"a" 
e office or the California Puruer. 
*S- PA0K1NQ done In the bait manner and ioiu- 
can from No* York. Philadelphia, or Balllaiuro. 

EDWD. -i. EVANS fit CO, 

6 ■ TORE, PoenjyUanla. 



zoierv &z co., 

QBHSBAL AGENTS, AliD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 



AGENTS for n number or MitmlV.-lar.T* in rl," ,lll:.iiiio 
EUI-> and Korore; uu.cliMo lad -ell aay »lnd ul 

FOR 

ASHICnLTUSALIMPIEMENTS 

They haio Iho rory b»I fadlWoi, nndflr an onanjcnient with 



ZORN& CO., 

SAN FltANCISCU. 



THE SPLENDID 

Full Blood Durham Bull 

MASTER 
BTJTTEIfcO UI*, 



The publle need ooly be rcraloded ll.u HUTTEHOUF c 




II, ,. ■ pi .."..llniV' ■ ■'■ ...I 'i ■-■• ':■[" i.-i.-i., ■■' "J:-,\ 

■—if »l:>L".'r.' I::. I ■ . . ; 







Aid's Compound Extract Sarsaparllal. 



R^j 



FOKSALE. TO LEASE, ETC. 



Farms for Sale ! 

mHAT VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND IN SONO- 
X „«r n ,,ntr Ivler het«can a.nomn ""'I l>:i->'"" li; 
rtr^nld^on Ibe « ut b by the San M>h 
ll.v h'oo-na,tbe property of G. P SirlR, Krq, ran- 
,'.■„;„'. i,„„evn ihou J3n J aore. nf land, la offered foi 



.flh,»Dl.,tt> ialh.SU.ro. 

So boiler op^rluoiiy, ll if hollered, nlll oror bo ■ 
feted far iht i>oreh,. t e of desirable f*rnn at a lo- prl 



Iho ontlro body or land boinc ODolosed. 

The Peinlnnia Bn»t (eucboj daily, oaeh vray, a( t 
Lekacilio landing, tthiob tiobout arollo from Iho nou 



jouiaiapplytolheundurslgntd.nHhooiareollia^hl 
( Mr. PbiiIo, Sonoma. ' WILLIAM BIHLBR. 



Splendid Orchard 

FOR. SALE, 

•MOM. BY REASON OF A CHANGE aftgj 
S?l^l of Bujinew, iho o-nor offsn. fori! ■ 
S^3g raloQr.eof the inojl ptaduolivp Or- |il|HJ 



IrchnrdcoolalruSBVBNTlT-FIVE ACRES, and 



Fifteen Thonsancl Trees, 



A o -it.'. .ui UNiH.PII rriTT-V'E HOUSE, One B: 

l-'.lin- l'.n:i|. : 'V l.i.:!,'..--' ■!, lV,'l,;....' r' l,:u,.'l '.- ii.."r'. 

di'Divilh plviim .. 11 r I1 ,..ir„|k,.-.i. In order 1" fhi-r n 
Eertnio ralae Iho fulluuiug 1, a Ion- utimnto of tht 

3,000 Apple, 6,000 Peach, 

1,000 Flam, 1,000 Pear, 

1,C0U Cherry, 1,000 Apricot, 

1,000 Grupo, 1,000 Tarioae. 

The Cron or Fruit tbliyonrij eieollenl. and a tea 

pu.-hV!i. TT .1. 1', <r,.|l r„ .mhiuii.u :ri- lin^i.rl, ni.v 

In full fruit, aa it -ould bo an aaiuraiito ofilirea 
TITLE PERFECT A good pVlton of the value coi 






Splendid Farm for Sale. 

THE FARM 15 SITUATED IS OIHTrU COSTA 

Iho Stale. It ounaifUoNfiiwros of land, with an 

form. Tho land 1, ,ullnblo fur reheat, barley, i 

divided oD* into eonreolonl lots, nil hog-tight. A 
Home, nilb all convenience), lathed and nlutl 
Barn and (table, oorrnl, el 
grapo-vlnej, tnu years ole 
[Jo^.UorJen, inltablnfor 

ratirj- LUs-Jirlll lie ,:[...'N 



600 French and Oot) 



Fine Farms for Sale. 

POUR VKItV PIKB VAam In Iho aplcndld San In. 







[y Talic Ayer'. Li,cn 



DR. u\uni,i;», 
DENTIST, 

lO. OU OLA.Y STREBT, ItMIB'S HI 1 1,11] '.*;. 
BAN FRANCISCO. 

OffloB Hour*: From B A M., to 6 P. M. 

ALL WORK BaWSgiaw TERJlSCASH 

WARRAKIFD| UlJ ^B WaEM W '' ,KK 1S 
WAttBANlKDI ~^_i_r p , s , gIIED| 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



A- H. TODD & GO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General CommlHBloo Alerclianlti. 



^*.Mtre , »*^ , b°^"n b b7 d .&a' B E I M u.' : K 
araeloifur.ilo. Addrois Eoiroa Fiu M n *$* 



Tit'w*° d "™ m Ul ° &u!t "' Wl °t "'' 



A- LARGE and FUVE 

Farm for Sale. 






«L App1 r „ 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 



An Extra Flock of Sheep for Sale, 



Pacific Mail SteamsMiTc^ 



opt. -i-coshtitotios, J. t. w.iWm, f^^ 

itpt. l«-OniZAllA, Goo. IL Bradhury, Ccroaat 
tpt. S3— COLDEN AC3B!,lVin,F.Lapld s[!|CB ^ 



^•OH. I^^-TS'A.ia^ 



PEOPLE, S j 
OI*I*O&ITI01\ 

STEAMSHIP LII 

FOIl NEW YOR5 
VIA NICARAGUA. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN PBJCQ 

750 Miles Shorter than any other Boa 



IUOSES TAXLOB, 

1,500 Tnoa, 

J. n. BLETUEN CsBaaa) 

mnbodii.pntohoa'ror 

SAJNT JUAN DEL SUR. 
From Mission Eticet WharF at o'clock l 



Connecllne ut GHEVTOWN with the iplui| 

I3L.31.1 3NT<3X S 

!:■.'■■■ ■ I II I . - ■- ■ ' I 

throughout— making her aecuuimoduiouj' Dpnl"?iJ I 



:o by the ArcMaaC* 



,r further informs lie 



1. K. liiitJS-.ltl 1 -. . 
No. 407 H'aihiBeU 
Onniilo Poit Ofieo. 



California Steam Navigation Compaq. 

Dtpartir* daffy yron £ 

OARRYISQ OPITriD STATES ilAO. f ^ 
■ S THE FAST A 



lb 



r CflllY^CiroLId, I 



m. .,,„r v.i.i.'.'fi \M;::iir.i, 1. 



.r hTOCKTOS roj 






W, E, MILLER'S EXPRESS I 

To Silver Blouuialn alii 
Vlrgiula CHy, I 






ThoabotoEiprounill pwfilfoly loaie ilVOSM 

' i '' | l> i '|...|,M-. V;,.„..,; ; ,| 1A1 - ,;,,! .i.UUBOAl ■" 

i , ^..':'' , .:', r '- , '.i ih'"iVi',' ,:,"sVi '.:!- ''.{j"u. l ''>''S"i"i' : ■ ■'■'■.; 

■'mi:-.: n. silver .M„uu 1;1 iu Tu.-duy.'. ThurritJ** 
21 ' ' if-, E MILLEB, Fropri^' 



HQLLOWAY'S pills and ointment 

OA.N ALWAYS BE OBTAINED 

CRANE & BRIGHAtt 

WHOLESALE DRUCCISTS> 

Corner of Front and Clay ■** 

SAlf FRANCISCO, OAL. J 



OALIFOR UIA FABWE* 

lOoa Boweath.hVna^.anfmon.y 8 ^ «*jfl 

l ":'i.!i-'itii,..r...-.,ii 1 ,„,andthc 
Mid.uro.J 



''"*>'& 






> Farm fcr Bale. 



A BOO d 

gond rencos, inch 

and good farming nlonslli W ]|1 saTlth 

andbcoldata b „ B „ ln or c „ h , 

nearer the Bay- f fian Francisco in a % O0 l 

| n o°F iB vV" U ° nll,Mj "W.rib.E, 







VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1.6. 1863. 



NUMBER 10. 



-_„ j. comet to allow their focolilea lo rust m Idleness 

WH tELPir?T-==SS^fo ->■• «'■<« « -«» « «■• body must b employed 

j^^^^u &Wn cfln 9 o«a-Bi«» »*i»»" ™ "«« tended to be n»<d 

^ jv ^r^-9-J-™^-5^ n,e " Ij ' for ibo nB "" iiias ° f ,un bni| ji nnd ihD in - 

m 



itloo of erory mechanical farce 6upplyiDg 
necoBBllloB, is so much gain for knowledge — ao 
many mors hours for art, for painting, sculpture, 



loth 


s con 


[. Besides lb 




es-rooms 


where the- 


lines 


nine! 


nes 


nro exhibits 


, they bn 


re a largo 


bnik 


DCfO 


Le 


dsdorlf s 




eootaioi 


g an Im- 


mens 


nmo 


m 


r IDdcblo 


■i 


od workmen putting 


them 


ngelhcr i 


nd polish 


Off 


hem. They mana- 












of thca 


machinea 


urea 


our 


own 


■Home S 




'aoluro." 


Every ef- 


forll 


mad 


by 


bo agent 


o give duo 1 


fluence to 


'•Hon 




thus mt 


"R 


for the f 


rro money 




■nd 


ate 


niog It 






rlrmen, of 


it hie 


ago 


dly 


Dumber a 


re 


mplojed. 




Th 


folio 


wloR 
Ihi 


siatlBlics 
higlilj fi 


l, f « 


Implem 


tbn public 
ot sent by 


Ibo L 


Mns 


of Humanity i 


th 


relief an 


. salvation 


of Wouas 












He 




ncluiiro 


Tin 


oceofth 


value and 


the,. 


blii! 


avnr 


ShoiTD 10 


th 


Wheeler 


t Wiboa 


Sewir 


E M" 


bin 


Oier all 


tin 


s. 




In 16 


4 Wbeelc 


4 Wllso 


ros 


do onljf.. 


3BG 


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Gruver & B 


,-r in,,-]. 


2,034 


to lfl&G Wheel* 
Same year Or 

to 1B53 Wheeler 
aimevearGr 


& Wilso 
1 ,r ,t Hi 

ft Wilj,., 


:ir 














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....10,380 


Wh 


He 


map; 


c lu the p 


hi 


demaod 


mil sale- 


hc-pu 


bllcn 


re to 


dctermin 




uy are tb 


judge j. 


n 1801 Wl 
Too who 


ecler & Wiljo 
number mud 
co Ibat In 90 












years fro 


a a begin- 


Dingo 


nun, 


»."," 


more M 




ty made 


1 fneicnofc 



chine, oor Ml the kinds 

pnt together tbat commaod so much populorily 

or are occupying bo prominent positions in tho 

of celebrity, or in pdbllc 

places, ns ttia machines of Wheeler k Wilson. 



of that tail. 

The agency of Wheoler * 1711500 was estahilih- 
cd in San Francisco in 1851, on Sacramento strest 
nenr Kearny, and In that year there wore sold 20 
of their machines a mooth. Tbelr number h«a 

pounding ratio, until now their splendid sales- 
rooms, on the corner of Montgomery and Secra- 




gh us forty a 



'*d la fiue linen aed .ninpluous apparel, me- 

d»*ned upoa the dark alleys where many a 

-fficlent, ercn to shield 

«'°a> the cold of .inter; day dawned upon 
H»n.ly n0lJ atUMlB , tam , ut> , , a ,., ed „ Eed 

"""""""V "none dainty craft nf embroidery 
'""' '"Wi In happier end more prnjperons 
- A man came f orW ard with a c 
«»l lo hi, band tn turn In crime, I 



ime into money, to jiiitAir upi| Aladdin and bis Bwattby 



: y the u.e of the „win E mscbTne- 
md w.fe Bitting at her firo-slda with tbe s 
oddlng neodlo, or the maiden at the laities i 
U orer her embroidery— tbe lots has been i 

id the great human family, thtounbont the : 
liable globe, by • 

This ejUbliihmen" h now of great importance 



L«..i. 


-A 


w 


shiogton 


special dispatch of 15ih 


"un 


l.-.'i'l 


R 




pJ^aS' 


o occupy, ihe 
Ibo road, It, 


old Bull 




OD V 


II.. 




Last night ho agnju 
















n .Socood 












Held-afterM 




,1 






[,- 


y fifing 


II night wn, 


nost ter 


edc 


me., 




M 


eray was 


r eny ( , "aflet 
repulsed, Ids 


ngabat- 












II4S0 prisoue 




U 


the 1 


tb 


til 


rebels V 


oderSlewnrt 








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nd Ibo SceD 


d Army 










'n. The 


















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ndUo 


pj 




trged In 
1 a bait 


ry. Si'ternl 


IS TOO ot 
















TOO 


with 
ded o 


re 


e 


n tighter, 
eld. A 


enrlng their 
apld artillery 


cud and 






ho 




sides lilt 


'°"g after d a 


k, whoa 



New York, Ool. 16-Gold closed dull at ISB. 



7* — 

\7 BBQirbonle* In EDgland. 

"i writer in the Gardener's Chronicle give" «" 

n of hil villi lo Yarm, Yorkshire, the gnr- 

™ll«iioo of jiran-berriee, and produced several 

cnliivators, Ajai, Ruby, »nd Ambrosia being ibrsc 
,N. sent as siior eir.hi ye— 



nflbea 



; Ibex 



ceeded n 
tied lo. 1862, I 



Ibat Sin. Nicholson Mill keep* up lhe 

be tlrairberrirs now ponulur in England 
Lhe entire article, coutributcd by lie. 
>sau, of Shipley: 

rood lhe smnll circle orrraL-nri.inlr..." 
ni Yarm nnd ibo late Mr. Nicholson; 

self to ifal 



ing of Nicholson's, already -cut «». ■«" e l °"- 
-■ ]j evidently a seeding from Vilh... 

me fruit, firm and iuloy. It Ib a wonderful 
opper, And throws II. frail nnt from the foliage 
mimes. Oscar in a moderate cropper, hardy, 
,d of medium flator, but a useful kind. Hyatt's 
Emily It of the Filbert Pino hnbil, and Qneen 
style of fruit ; very rich flivor, and a good crop- 
Jlnnot Vesuvius it a very largo bnnd.eme 



I ftoi 



[a of 



nlity, 



certainly very good for 
British Sovereign is i 
A Nellsoo'* seedlngs, i 
rich in Savor, and a t 
Contain eur, sent by 11 



hibilio 



and Belginm, through Mr. Ferdinand Gloed 
DeJouglie, and other friend., furnished a 
kinds introduced there, and America also ao) 

new kinds brought out in Eeglnnd-lbc produc- 
tions of liyuit [tilers, Cntbill, Turner, Doubleday, 
Raddyffe, Killer, Stewart ilieilsou, Rod en, and 
other r.i.ers-sooo found their way .0 lard, 
•nd ii r .Nicholson contribnted many seedlings of 



a other shou 
, s desirooi ol 
. in this fn« 



leedliogs grotrn there! Yarm Is sitnated in i 
north of Yorkshire, not far from Darliuptou a 
Beaalc, vrberB roics, hollyhocks, and dahlias lo 



purpo! 
of Ibo best o 
ia a very large fruit, 
,g grower. Choi* d'nn 
i by llr. Do Joogbo, Is of medium 
collar sugnry flavor, very dark 
throughout, hut thn Bfcda c 
good growth I think it will 
has the habit of Kceo'i St 
believe, a seedling or Mr. Gl< 
Charles Napier In gruwth, but different in snap* 
Arm, very Juicy, nnd sugary. Augusta van Qecr 
a Belgian variety, uf medium nac, dark li 
or, solid nud jnicy, nnd a heavy croppei 
B.anly is one of Niouolson,s seedlings, a larg 
lve dgc-Ehap=d strawberry of good quality, and n 
'• • a Belgian kind, 
ill nl fine sugar 
cropper. J eyes' 






r variety; It 
Bouhon Is, 1 
csnmhliug Sir 



oreat Pole ; and the other ii Ibo la- 

of rotation, according to which avery .torm Is a 

tddy, or whirlwind. As a great whlrlwin 

revolving to slowly that the wind pr< 

oy it will vary from a geotlo brcfEn lo 

adoptet' '"' 



.«■ cyeloDttj a 



ecrlingly tics 



slftd Kra 



— Wool undoubtedly 
lUlinloes not follow that II must bn 

«m o. •»■ ■»"!''■ *•'_."";;:" 

„t wa.hlng will only remove l* rt °/^™j£ 
^"'I'wocMo aTlean.Ing pZ<*s. wbclher It 
,« been prevlonnly earefolly washed, or only 
. 80u ,ed" In a slovenly manner. Sheep Milling 
a violently unnatural. No 'animal dreads -no 



of war 



o evaporate the 
thick floernof w 



The cyclones of the North Atla 
the Guiror Mexico, about 10" 
nnd travel nt Oral northward, il 


ntic ncean nrise In 
from tbo Equator, 
roVgbout the Gulf; 
OSBUof IhcUnlted 


the animal oot only 
quently positive Injn 
easy process 10 romf, 
wool when sheared fr 


y. ft ia comparatively an 
ve the yolk nnd dirt from 


Stnles, and across tbo Allan 
Europe, lo a. oorllienslerly 
great West India hurricanes o 
of the great Atlantic storms h 


ircctlon. All the 
n record, nnd moat 
ovo been carefully 


to complete, tho work 
straggling animal. I 
little less humane, lo 
plungolo "more Bin 
ments. Bui for tbo 


gist children an occasions 
ns ond soils from tbelr gar- 
•nshing, the sheep might bt 




nnd vigor 



mo fruit, very Juicy, and cl 
i slightly acid ; a good crop- 
ver. Rifleman and Frogmort 
rner'sloBl new kinds, both, I 



*cll It 



. No wonder, then 

ClOlB 



llage ol 



EpBlcsclilTe, which was formerly called Eagles' 
dill, and here it is that Nicholson's strawberry 
garden is the great object ol Interest. It is really 
n large orchard or market garden of fruit, tho 
toil of which is atllT and or a marly nature in 

logne of the Yarm strawberries comprises 255 
tarietlea; hut nearly 400 klods, including seed- 
lings on trial, are grown. 

01 seedling strawberries of previous years oot 



irihe 



<u ist 

.(■Sir. Sic! 



only child, Alice Nicholson, lbn fruit of wuic 
conical, flesh yellowish, solid, and lasclons, 

Tor, and a good bearer. I regard this aB oo 
the fioesl strawberries in the world. The ne: 



Glor 



rfiih a 



nk, raised ol ibo Royal Gardens, are prornisioc 
s sorts for the north ; both very laie, and there 

ilher of th«o' were ripe. Frewiu's Beanty o 
Englnod is a very largo nod handsome fruit o 
id flavor; very juicy and productive. A sued 
g, marked J, Bent by Mr. Gloedo, in a larg. 
sdsome light colored fruit Df good flavor, am 
■y productive, end will he a good market in 
ly. La Chalouaiso the catalogue describes as i 
err Inrge and splendid snrl of lhe Briiisb Queen 



t fir 



well flavorc 
kind. This 



t and handsome dcliclons frui 
Nicaiae'a seedlings from Franc 

solid nod juicy. Palmyre 
riely, tight colored, flesh fin 

and very Jnicy, a fine kin 
ir Ujubourg is n handsome lar. 



yclones butmoringiu a different direction tu 


washed sheep. Is that an unwarrantable deduciinn 




in tho price of the wool is toads by the manufac- 


these laws worn Grst annouaccd by Col, Clupper, 


turers. Tho remedy for ibis is wilh lhe producer. 




he laio W. C. Redfield, of New York, was ths Erst 


mand, and in time his terms must bo acceded to. 


person who fully Investigated lhe question, col lent- 


There Ib a very jnsi cause of complaint In the 


d relinhlB daia, and published convincing proofs 


practice, pursued, nt buying wool according lu a 


of hiB views in the American Journal of Scltnce, 




n 1831. About Ibis lime Major Roid, of the Dn- 


the price acuording lo tho nclual condition of 


ish Army, was also Investigating lhe Bamn subject 


each lot. This has, in effect, boon lo offer n p*re- 


while residing in tho West Indies j nnd Mr. Bel- 


minm for neglect, nnd tunny clips ot professedly 


field's paper having come to bis notice, ho said, 


washed wool have beeo Utile superior in cleanli- 


'ilnasihn first publication he bad met witb 


ness lo unwashed fleeces from sheep properly 


which appeared lo convey anyjnat opinion uu the 


cared for. Producers ahonld, in every case, insist 


subject of hurricanes," Mr. Redfiold traced and 


upon telling their won] according to its own 


mapped a cyclone, which, in October 1S4G, passed 


merits, and this can as easily, be dnne wilh the 


through Honduras, CubJ, and cilended beyond 


unwashed article as any other. Tn change the 


Newfoundland— a distance or over 3,000 miles. 


present practice will require general simultaneous 


lo December of the seme year, one was traced 


oflori, and Ibis can scarcely he eipected wiihou 


from Arkansas, ncrusB Now Jersey into lhe Allan- 


considerable discussion. It is here intended nnly 


lie ; and another from Wisconsin, through Lnke 


to indicate some of the leading pnmla that seem 


Ontnrio, Into the Gulf of Si. Lawrence. The width 
of these was usually limited to from a hundred to 
a hondred and iiftj miles ; bnt strange lo relate, 


to make the chaoge desirable. 




tbo places oftho beginning and ending or these 


J. JSc C. BOHREIBEB. 










terrific velnciiy, and they therefore are very dao- 


BEDS, BEDDINC, 


Tbeie approach Is indicated by a groat fall ol ibo 


....AMU.-. 



SEED WAREHOUSE 

(ESTABLISHED It? 19SD.) 

S. "W. MOORJ] 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALBR B 
ALL KIHDB OP 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrnl 
SEEDS, 

SO. 40S CALIFORNIA STIlCEl 
Between Sansome and Montgomery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

TTIE UNDBRSIONEP HAS ESTABLISHED , 

mIt'.'-.-t':---!, ■.it'll.'- r ,,,.!■ _■!-.■ -.-,. ■■■-!,. ■,' 
alHi. bo in receipt and la e Minus rarieiv. | D 
.llrectlrfrom Franco aeilWtand, fromwelUcm 
r^r-""wi!>le br.".<h': lotne \ lif most pranlosi 
I* hnnOfMi lhe r\i--'<- ■:■.■ if.f.iir I i- -I ear'lenen t; 

frTc^iftiniia are n"t fully relLiHx „r„l .■mi-l' 1. ■■., 
...ri,.; r.ry^", I'nlil rri'T.. ^.i|.i"il OTi-iri.T« 1-j.l,^ 

HGo knomodso shall bo clvoa to thn burinest. 



■ Frer 



other (eedllog, n good-siie 



will find it here. Yarm is oi 
for flaror, mediom site, vcrj 

ling out of the largo mm 1 
introduced is one Mr. Eweb 



miral Dilodus uDi>Sir Ob il 

taiucd ilieir good chnraetc 

seedling soot by Sir. Da Jougbo ; 

fine, good flavor, and very 

most prolific nnd useful Mi 

fine In flavor and n good eroj 

:SS Royal or England is a t 

.aped fruit ot a light color, i 

nh when ripe, fine flavor, 

ox's Hybrid is a fioe, sbarp-fl 

imc fruit, of good si id, a goo 



ilher French kind of 
urge and handsome, 
bearer, hardier than 
: one of Sicbolsoo's 

irketporpotes. Ad- 






tnfesi 



[ of knowledge in guide bis 



Tho c) 



:r Char 



Heddle, cited by Mr. Redfield, sailing from Mauri 
tlut to Muscat, wns caught by a hurricane nn 

most frequently on the Allnnli 
lbs of August and September 



t ibroogbou 
I. River's Kits 
ior. Coiblll'al 



It I 



named Corals do Zan 



and I hi 



eiperleuco with strawberries. The plant is of 
medium growth; fruit conical, often becoming 
wedge-shaped, very bright color, medium flavor; 
a good firm berry for traveling, and keeps Dp n 

who grow large quan lilies fur talc. My alt's Crim- 
son Qneen is another valuable kind for tho mar- 
ket gardeners, as It is a great cropper, fruil Urge 
dark colored, and of moderately goad flavor. Tbt 
plnnl is of rather leader bnblt, and ir allowed u 

habit of growth. Frequent removal suits thl 



ind ofMauritius li 



g these tbo Government 
incb for the caosc of science 

:, of tbis observatory, that 
pproach of n hurricane and 
e it will lake. Thebarome 






this inequality of at 



The gulf cyolo 

arc very danger. 
Redfield first sue 



ind higher thai 



orthcrn Stales ; 
coasting vess 
that lhe telegra 



Block Hauibois, 
know if lhe 1J»< 



cellent preserving sort. 

isirous Huiitbuis and the 
which are free hearers, 
icdfurilLiulbois. Idon'l 



-yfini 



frtely. With w 



freely, n 



and gro- 



ongh 



bis strawberry should be la 




rdr 




Reeves's Elipse, set ouiby 


Mr. Ye 


eh 


of Chol- 


ca, I beliere, 
am afraid Hi 
Yarm. Wilh 


another urai-classk 
1 the tree kind la n 
a il is identical with 


t grown at 


ion given by 


Mr. Radclytre 


AlY 


rin 


ine frui 


nsie.d of be 
handsome, wa 


ng nearly nn 
verylrVsgula 


form 
aod 


am 


apt and 
opinion 


Eclipse Is as h 


slod, still v 
irdy as Sir Ha 


ery h 


avy 


cropper 


alto speaks w 


nd will travel 
11 of Marguer 




Mr. 


R*delyir 


of this strawt 
says. This is 
berry, as It Is 
a Tree grower 

Knevitl's Em 


erry at Yarm 
another mark 

a heavy erupp 
the frail Era 
ally a tint sir 
ress Eugenia, 


nllyb 
el gar 
r.orl 
juicy, 


ar onlallh 

rgo site, an 
and well II 

nd handsorr. 


fro it of a vor 
end piquant 
hardy growi 


v dark color t 
svor, a very h 


■ongh 


ppe 


ery Jul 
r, of Grn 
oug Jon 



ie flavor oT Ibis and (t 
ant lo strawberries. W 
Kent In the late kinds, b 
a flavor in tho early kirn 

mall sod poor-flavnred I 
•rincoss Frederick Willi. 

arly. Then conies Ens 
Hhers. Wo want fino eo 
if Lo Constanto, Carnli 



thward, May Queen 
ind, is the earliest; [ 
ra, a free cropping ki 



Of c 



e Brlllsh Que 



y bo valuable lo vessels in port, in giving them 
rarning of approaching danger. Tho causo o; 

n this subject , that they arc caused by rolcnnii 



ETTEiSriTTJEE.. 



lotted DED-SPRIXGS, or overy silo ; 
CURLED HAIR; 
MOSS; TOW; 
BSD-LACE ; 

LIVE-GEESE FEATHF.RS; 
Spring and JIatiress TWlH 



COMFORTERS. 
of nil tl 

W°a,T0,.b O , n ,a I mnllyDnlL. m !, 

PTJLTJ, 

SGHREIBER'S 
F*ulu and. Bedding Depot 

H.— aCUREIBF.a'3 «ro never out of POLU. ISeJ] 



thai tbe 
whence • 
lbn Uu. 



lulf of Mi-sico 18 lbs gn 
igineto most of the slotu 
4 States nod British N... 



■ If of Mexico, carried along by 



o toped by lb i 
jogh a propel 

he prcvalll 



M.,y, . 



ir Ibrei 



rlety. It Ib b good sized conical -shaped I 
often sporting In fnrm, of a shining deep crh 
color, aod Ibo flosh very dark througboui; 
diom flavor, bnl a very heavy cropping x 
kind. Another of lhe greatest bearers la a 



■"SvT^r: 



Goon Ox.— A promincn 
breeder gives i,h following as his rule (a 
Ibepalotsofaaoi: 

" Y T ,b f a}i '" ,nd hr!o " hlm Bnd hl 



oils not to be depended do, at 
.e ugly, wbile a sbun-htaded 
the whip, but he will soon lore 



HAS FOR SALE 
Haifa or Chilo Cluver; Hungarian Grass; 
Kentucky Blue-gross; Orchard Grass; 
Red-top Grass ; Sainfoin Gru 

nglish Rve-grass, Timothy Grass ; 

Red Clover; White Dutch Clot 

Crimson Clover, Luci-rne, Ac. fie. ic 



beet, cabhagk, t.'ai'.uot, il.mush, tprsb, ,( 

ltit.\]iii;i;, .mi-;l> >n.s, li;iti:ci:. unions, ' 

tomato, early and late pe48, ' - 

BEANS, it, £c, kc. col 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT 8H 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SSI 



COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's Island. 

FLOWEIl SERDS (300 Vltrlclli. 

^XTI^IBIS : 

;, iivitiMS' 



ui,„., in.. 






3* Native California Evergreen 5 

TREE AND SHRUB SEED! hy \ 



DR. MOWLIiS, 

DENTIST, 



THE UNDERSIGNED. FltOM IIIS EXTESil" . ' 
facilille- — i 

Large Stock of Every Variety of Wi 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Hours : From 9 A M , to 6 P. M. 

ALL WORK tRSE^ TERMS OASH 
13 <lBs¥m WHEH WORK IS 

WARRANTED! ^+*-*U FINISEEDI 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



in S'j.arjo.ooij, all from the > 
ucy and tbe movement or st 
:n resorting during the sui 



nhlle others i 
in make tb< 
Tbe hare Jus 



-[New York Herald. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF TDK 

San Qiieiitiii Salt, 



mi ...-., Onuid RoaU salt, f Dr 

00 toaa SAN QUENTIN ROOK 
00 do CARMEN ISLAND; 
50 do SANDWICH ISLAND 

N1A SALT. 
All the above wowill „ll at the u^^, ?lU( 

) 0EFI0E.-318 and 320 Front streat, 



1 OALIFOR- 



5 t' 

(all, 

- it 

& raeL 

Oan offer unusual lotlucemenu lo I 

'BANTS W TBE TRADE, FASlUH "j 
AND hAROE RASCH OWNERS, 



l-Tho Aeootsof W 



in.lorJliniod Is n|. 
.olil.ifuf CiU'.irr 
"V of l-enlr vo 



"Vai"^'"- 



S. TV. MOORE, 

SEED WARBUOU^ 
408 (old Ho. 110) California ttr*^ 



THE "GOLDEN HAM 

TWO BPLBNDID HEW AND IMPROYED W' 



Black Spanish Fowls. 

o-iio •> i. . in. i i. ii 

0.1 In,,], ALnioj, [ 



The BAY STATE and other Slot* 



uln and F„ n „ TIK-W.WIR. , . 

iione.i ihiks'-waiu-: cnrrKK-Mii' 1 " 

BAKB-OVENS, SAD-KWN* 



■■■ 
*s 






s~ 



\ -»Keteoric lion from Doootah Territory. 

I »~ By Cmnto T. Jicssu*, II. D., at Bnstun. 

j Q* ihc "th of ;anc lajt, I received, through 

linsrl. Jutln w ' abotr s Co " of lhl ' ci V' " ^)01, 
( otoelcorlc Iron from John (t Hoffman, E<q., U. 

& Indian A s «nl (or (be Ponce, tribe of Indiana. 

Thlsrc.i-s of mrlnl wen snppojcd bj- Mr. Hoffman 
( masonic nalire alloj of silver, and il was sent 

here lo be assayed far that nicUl. 



Tlit i. 



raj pos 



ind 1) 



weigh. : 



3>HB GALIPOENIA FARMER, v 

-tv — ^r- ..a, =- 



75 



Ai-TiTnot is Brjarnisi.— TbnUBundi eb#>E<! 'n 
tho strife of business, hot really bow hn pouen 
no opillndo Tor 11 1 An old merchant statci! at ft 
public dinner tbal clgby ont of every hundred of 
tbnse who had engaged lo mercantile pursuits 
bad failed, although tbclr opporlunliles were 



pOSSCSI ttlla ijuiililj, 



which Invariable accompany 



from 


bich 


ItwM 


delached by 


the aid of ft al 


uB 








tod that thi 








lum 




same kind 


which WB8 




B.1 I'- 


low 


igb 100 pounds. 






ll. 




ad on 




f the gronn 


II 


the 1 


acuta 


h lodl 


n territory, 


ninety miles 


rom 




■do 




°B- 






Wh 


re it 


has b 


co rubbed 


nd partially 


pol 


libed 


the 


ran h 


« a eik.ry 


appearance, 


ani 


lew. 


the 


nil take 


catertainei 


si lo its prol 


abl 


Ulnr 












Kir 


whin 


hare 


eiterior of 
a steel -like 


rw"'*™"^ 


nor 

i is 


ren 


oft, a 


adaaw 


or 61(3 eea 


j. It has a b 


pii 


surf*.. 










has 


been 


oood 




nd, judging 


mm II, great 


CO- 


lity, 




ars to 


...■ solid in ila iolerior. P 


CCI 






olTin different pine 






poli.b 


elan 


dtui* 


with dilute 


nitric acid fnr 


the 










figures, butc 










produced, 
e, is develop 


only a scaly 
id by the acid 






«,q 


uitn fin 


or 



I noticed tbc singular phen 



indlssolvcd 
coon or th, 
acid, wbili 



, with a rush of red fumes of ni 



soly cosed and 






lanw i 


con loci- with the other side of the glass 

solution went nn rapidly. This seems tn 
at the electrical slate of the melal and of 


tie me 


s til concerned in the indifferent state or 
1 to the acid. 


Qnalita 


ive eiaminatloa soun demons I rated the 


tils' en 


eof nickel, phosphorus, tin, cobalt, and 






IIS Si 

foCDd 1 


fcifie gravity, taken with much core, waa 
be 7.351. lis hardness thai of the sofl- 


til ra.'l 


eablcirun, clcept nn tbe ellerior nf the 


harden 


r porttoni, which were as hard as case- 
r under the Die. No carbon nos found. 


Toe., 


nantitativa analysis was effected on ttro 


■eparal 


pieces, sawed from twn nf the columns, 


alt, be 

11,1, 


alned, and ihe presence nf mail propor- 
cobnltand chrome were proved. Phos- 


photic 


iu the analysis separated lo the state ol 







^■ptlLutVor Wonts Wjbtcd— The follu 

J fil.Vtw V. Jr k Cnn-s, of J uuq lath, contain 
^■g food f,„ Election: 

KCudTw^sptd 1 "i™"" Vh 1 !!; 



ough, must 
oast spade, 

Bttocon'scri^iou M i.u!i.\'*"f "hi. .ori 
■pse'scle*, and ibu United States now must do 
Hgegtaiul does— work Rumen as men nr slaves. 
■BPtltalsomukoup our minds, fnr a great 
■jPnilon in the employrounW of society, If these 
■Options are 10 go on. Whatever man doci 



rj leVni^n'i ' , '" '"'"'"'■ ,, "" ,l; ~ lb - '■■ ih ><- U " J 



.o Is corapelci 
Know Tutsi 



WM. B. READY & BRi 

801 and 303 3 rtrf.it, between! 10th and 11th, 
8A.OHAMBNTO, 

t -Wagons and Carriages, 

nrVranioT AGHICFLTTJB, AL IMPLEMENTS. 

SOLE MAKERS AND PATENTEES OF THE 

CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang- Plow. 

Stenui Sawing-, Planing and Turning, 



from duty. A person who knows his frailties 
bind and forbearing tn tbnso wbo err. "Km 

for thousands lo understand It practically, w 

isa ihooghtlessly si 



ned. AtrueCbrli 
nature, and nnden 



who understands 1 



ZORIV Ac CO. 

GENERAL AGEHTS, AlfD 

Commission & Forwarding' 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 



FOR 

AGRICULTURALIfflPLElVrENTS 






ZORN & CO., 

SAX FRANCISCO. 



THRASHING MACHINES! 



s proved bv th 


blue color ihu 


THE UNDERSIGNED ARE IS RECEIPT DIRECT 


bo borai bead, c 


rome,ns shown 


from tbe Manufacturer! o! a superior lot nf 


e nictol-oiyd 


n micro cosmic 


QESDIHE 


lor be.ng peri 


Blent In the re- 
ded. Cblorinc 


PITT'S, and C. .U. RUSSELL & Co'* 

CELEBRATED 


in ft solullnn of 


63.7 grs. of tbe 


EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 


d Mr. Hoffman 
moiudcrof tbls 


lo procure and 


THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 



BOTH BELT AND OEAEED. 



..-..AW... 
1, G, IO, ana 12-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMERS are eopooially requested tn call and oiam- 
ine bafera pnrehoilnp: elunhora. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 



New Native Apples, 

WBIKVITETHE ATTENTION OF 



s£ Native Apples, 3S 



arkabljUDO and tbilftT il 



'-"'lj ru 



. office of the California Farmer 

S- TACKING done In th, best manner and ship 

EDWD. j. EVANS & CO," 

B YUBK, FenniTlTanla. | 



Denn & Manrow's 

Combined Power 

WINE PRESS. 

, " lll,p " (r I, .. l.--n ,|. . L i...l li.j Elr •■],.>! w3ih relcrenco 
[.. !>.-■ '."In = ,,f l-.Li.f r,.-,:L , ^|.-.,...- L .. i.irr. ihn -..,,1, .{.,[,,. | f 
„,..„ ,|....|,i, ..-., ..npll.lir-J n,,.! „i,h cuiier TMnlu. 

Il l-iM tllLSl'UOMPLETFrWIttCi'R!:-? lr.u....-..-j:>[::,. 

E..,r.,l .,(.:,. ■,.■•!: .,|,|.!|,..|. II,.., il,.. ,■„„!, )„, b«D wjA«4 
. I .:.■] t.. i. c.rdiri j. ir:l .. l.--r ol . i.li i.-.li. ..!| ..-^. I. !,y 

,,l-., .-..,. I :. ■ s , ...., ■,_,:„ u|i-nl-:.,:i I . . I.-I. 
TiiU I'll- . i. .:i-..|,: i.l J lirii!!-r, <..-. n<»I, compoel, «nd 

.:. >-i..NI., : |.. -!„:■• ; ,| ..j..., ,:,!., u ,.f.„ |,j. ama: )\„. 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 



Ulll"i.'i T C.iinp.n7i:iBod l 'i;°Liw" 'tca'S^ooro'c^'bo 

Wholesale Price- b. 
Pet slums Gnards. 

:i.. lie. i -II.VEH or BOLD UOUNTED. Till 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Comer of Front and Washington streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Hare on band and for sale 



FARMER'S BOILERS, 
DAIRY STOVES, 

FORTAB'JE FORGES, 



B. Blandish, H. M. DsJtna, 

PACHECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 



THE PACHECO BARLEY-MILL 

I.. i j .N,i|'l- i„ t iriicsiua.iiE..'] |....|J J .'L'i:|.( In unter.' 

A NEW GANG 'PLOW. 



EVEET KIND OF CASTINQS, 



Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCH^ER,", 

Ivi Ji.N' UFAOTTJHBRa 

' HARNESS, *■• 

S addles, Bricaies, 

W HIP-8, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &G. 

NM. 214 and 218 Battery streWf 

SAW FRAA'C/SCO, 
■a- Tn correct an r orroncou. IropTettloa nbloh iDme 



Inn and b.nolll thai lh 0T 


an at snail t bllsh 






PABUBHS end others it 




leforo niirehtulnn, as the t 




oitlQei ui la ntTerlng (oqds a 
K. B^ 


(KECU0BD BATES. 


liltll 11 V11M-LS", fair 1 


aula of llll.r.i>. COS 



Pressed Kitssia Mining Pans-~Seamlpss. 

PE 0HATBD EITS3IA IE0N, 



Uannraotnrors of tbo 

"Wroug-ht-Iron 

"MONITOR" C00EINS-STOVES, 

Of All Sins, fnr lintels, Steamers and Mining Com- 



TIN, 

SHEET IRON 
COPPER, 

BRASS: 
ZINC, 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUSG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

TESTIMOBIALBi 



ra rimoi cm knrii»ri oa amiin. 









JAPANED GOODS, 



All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 

TAT, ER0DS3 A BACICOg, 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

THE ORIGINAL - !. P. STEWART. 

Fuel BaviiiE and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

S0MUER AND WINTER AIR-TIGHT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 

,ind lijlio addition nl the 



mtien la Inrltcd lo the roller 

.... DnaaaiLtiT— LastlDir, "Ub 
30 <aar>. Ston-s are now in uio 

•U, JlAsurAcioBE-Everr portion of tho Store la 

' "feaftel^nd'none lean^MmrS MlVaf 



I, roper care, at 1 earn 

tors Is 
edtoa 
pletelj 



S175,— BfEW 1 OCTAVE PIANOS 

-a, »50, $50, (75, •IM.ans, jisj, Jtw, .„d noo, 

THE HORACE WATERS HELODEOHa 
AND HABMONIIIMa. 

■■"■!i !-.!■■.''.■..::.:-■■/.. ■■■: : ../ ,\i.'(;\i::Di:iL°0iiaAKfl 
,.,„i.-..i.n., '.:,■■). 

HORACE IVATEE13, At'L 

Ha. saiBtuadtoy.Vr. 

THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 
WOM i eoplo. Innied. Jno» einriaj Book for School, and 

;VVV'.'V''" : 'oii"l'"|'™' 1; ! " <f " ,r ' " Th " H^l.l^.-and "lll't- 
IIM prli. ' llJl'cd at tho feull price. '" P " '""* "" " "" 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL. NO. 2, 






■ Bc.udful 

■."' '■illitiMJi 



i b V to"p o' to a "tea, b? 'm' 



trtbaSlQioinuT 
7?b, T™D.1i'a 



iorroruioil at t 
1 of tbe Btor 



et Dorroa Fldb-U, which i 
1 oUlclootlj heated tban hjan 



"™af lo 1 !!!' f ar " Uri "' 
•o thn Slee - 



.■,,.MlUki.' .-.,,(,.,! .],n „:,„,„ „fr. l'-. STErt-AltT.acd 
pi ii,... H iDnTBitunrs araop oaeh Injn ';-■,.. 
genuine IVsaloh. 



.1,1-11 II. SlCKI.F.n, 



JACOB ZEQH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

j^^ Pianoforte ffianufactory, 

*1Q MAKSET BTHEET 
Doliraen Saasotna and lUuarr .1 mots, ' 

I n h EIt lb Y ° IVG N0TIO1! TO TnB PUBLfO 

MD^bCMhV^wVattf^^^ 
nd?Mae,f u" "il"' "'"' '"* "" , ' r " d " ,n, ''« B lu 
araetao DVOr r one of'm, 'Sanuiliir lb ?ae" "Joan! 
Puuoa tuned and ronalrcd. 



tionujcopr, io ",i tl '■,';. „ k , ' i'.i;';' ! c , : " ..;",.; .l.'.'.'r."...'"-.'"": 

"ri" M »""' * ,S ■"■'' '■°™P>e* l"arrJ.brf aTlhn W0 

THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONS BOOK 

'm" Jr lacTuJInr^J"'-™ nf'S. m ?'"' b ° U ' """^ 

,. ,.r v ^'.MM\ l ':' l -'. | 'r'";';.' , '7."'' ,r *»nd%w*"™WX™5ciS 

cenu, |10 n'or ^."^'■dTrf u'„' UU F pH C ' t V |U,p " ' :0 " c ' , 

THE HARP OP FREEDOM 



RUTH ; A SACRED CANTATA 

■r°?Cal| !M Tl°f"." o V "' 1 ' i'- 1 ' Ii " , '~ ::ln,, >' I'.i'iT, mule bj> 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

aln E lecoplejlOeonu,a S p^ r iio^iuJ^.t%CrrLrpXJ: 
THE ATHENjEUM COLLECTION 

SSS5SS|r!:S§l§ 

'nORAOE WATB^ Ant 
PuulUber or that mBoelti. " L B ™ i ' x "^ No " Yo '*< 

VOCAL MUSIO, 
With Piano Acuumpaniment. 

j' •'""■' "'v^-!' .ii'' '-'''*: i'y""i''.i-'-""''.;'i,,Ti"^ 

Vr^-Vi^i-.iV'-L i"iq'' ''j'r-i''-'.' r'.i 'V' : ' n '''■■ , ■'' l «■■'>'"ll'.' , " 




THE CALIFOBNIA FABMEB. 



77 



In «ni ■ 

eiculti 



ilch ibcy Houti! 
;bat bj consul 



rated, and irbic 
>«! adapted to i 






ion Ibis eiiMeo spot Df 



H...I- 


lire d 


pendent, 


nd 


but be 


who, by the 












ic with the 


























»gro 


'i'.'Vn 


tin- b.irrc: 


™; 


,'1','J 


rn and Winn 


!,r..|. 




worlbv o 


















a bis cofiV* 














D» 


IxtlM 


: in lliljeo 


nnec 


ion of 




^ 


ilyol 


t'riTuUarr 


mr* 


i af n 




.r.lv 






ll 








nd rsi 


and pro 


icn 




upulies oor 
tlinltb, and 




b; us 




lift 


::;;;'; 


ho nmlcsials 








wt-iUtb- .'.1 












oilier 


ur[=— Hie 


g« 


t mil 


f-nuiu Ufon 


n.tion 


ll; it 


« lilf. inn 




cient o 


l ,' i ; l " l < ',;.'„ ' , ; 1 ' 1 






Ibe firf 












ir i 




honorable, 


















InuK.nly 






I, liul l.llllv 










ibouriaof n ■ 














uj& 




„,l „! A_ 


i h 




ll ArillHf- 


























Trill" 


pilT-i«l. 




er c ry c 


l'''i,{/ru,|' 










i it ibe 


Ijirrlirjf Hi... 



ind b cr Yitgil; Mount Vor 



honesty, spring nol from tbe well ordered li 



.-.-In J., tin- pluw.nnd Ibe spade, a 
■ \ tfas nraponl wherewith these 
■ toll go forib over tho earth t 

m i'j indigenous In soil. Tbe ll 



!SOf 



filed 



miitibuud, nil tbe neighborly ulti 

one lu tbc other In Ibe boor or need or pressure 
but serve 10 hind more closrly the liel ol sociu 
iuleitiiuriL', ..no slrcnsllieil lUe Ijonils o! love foi 
tbe land 



Brit 



s ibe I 



jg pttriolism of llic 1'iirm.r (JinLTuI U'.i;lii[jji..]D. 
Tl.e A ^ri cultural Exhibition in iI.il- ri.lj.mmij; 



,; but tho beginning— it li but tbc bud am 
«d that betokens the consul 

nrapmred vie' 

to Hie nublu parks where tl 
opebo.iudand piny. I lee ll 



osp-rily, and satin] peace— 
iltguit abodes ol luxury and 
out from Bll.id.uvin- pir,,, 

ic of generous plenty, urn] the 
jmeal. 
tbnl looks intently forvrard 



of the future; i 
1, behold, loooiin 
:louds, tbeoutlin 



lis California Agricultural E.hiljitioD, nod that 
irri.id il inlosuewfiil cieiuliur, 1 
Its influeuee will be Inslhg, and long after the 
! mem br notes of yonder briulilul display shall 
lie faded from our minds, we ehull ackdowl- 
Ige Ibe benefits derived therefrom in on cn- 
.rged ncquninlnuce wilh Ibe capabilities of our 
■Jble Slste— in joining togetlitr in tbe tics of 

lit— in kindling emulation end friendly rivalry, 
glory nod dignity 



ded and fostered by i 



highest pinnacle of glory nnc 



I^ii-wt ..Premium 

DOUBLE WASHING MACHINE 
E C O If O 31 Y ! 

PATENTED JUNE 16, 1BG3. 



,hi 1 *-.hi!;. f'. ;':'?" 1 'i' 1 ,.'i l . l " , '^".""'!7 u " ,1 »'' o ° i& 

'■•-.":" ■ '.-■> 'l.-.-iV il.'.r'.r'.n'u-'.-'",'!^. ':,.',". r T :?r,-'.', '',".'t/,M 
Ii'-'r XI .",!".'; u ^r.'' ( , '.VV [ ,.V'\'',„'mJchiUV u h luT' n ''' r 




-: ■ 


' ibe •i., rf , UQ t tanb end 


." 


'""" U "* bI »"«."!. of 


'.";:' 


■luict, serenity and repu 


.7,', 


Hi Hood and ple.nam to 


1 ui nj , 


"d,rl eilj, we feci the 


..,.11,.,, 


tbe beating of the great 



ihubo , ledition , riot, ioct.1 vice, bo«iats. di»- 




THE 
First Fall Importation 

NEW DRY GOODS I 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

IIAS BEES RECEIVED 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

JVO. "7, 
Slontsotacrs Hteeet. 



•yy-E imve Jirar received, rsa 

STEAMER CONSTITUTION, 

100 Gases Dry Goods, 



SILKS OF EVERT VARIETY 

ancl Style, 

'he best assorlEd sloclt of 

JDrerSs Goods 

Ever opened in San Francisco. 

Embroidered and Lace Sets 
and Collars 

of the latest patterns to be 

CLOAKS 
SHAWLS, 



srictj, suitable 



» 5*n Fra 



opd Countrr Trodo 

Blankets, Qnikta, Flannels, 

Sheeting, Irish linen. 
Table Linen, Towels and Toweling, 

Hosiery, Undergarments, 
Damasks, Lace Curtains. 

And everything jjenerallj- fonnd In a 
well mantged 

I>ry- Groods store. 
ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 

Beit quality a »1 Si p >r pair. 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
No ' * Mom go me ry, Ntrcei. 



p R ariw iums 

"WOULD'S PAIR. 

MED ^.L 



Wheeler & Wilson's 

SEWINCJ M4.CHINE, 



INTERMATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1SG2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

TO TUB 

WHEELER 8c WILSON'S 
Sewing Machine, 

ParlN Exhibition, 18G1. 

WHEELER &. WttSOlfS 

Arc Uiilvemally Acb.no iv© I edged 
TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 




IVe-w Singing,- Book. 

"VOICE OF PRAISE," 

10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

'"l.»l^« L ° ld ° ^,oto ' ,o "■•" ^d, ' n "" i,n,n, ■ 

A. KOHLER, 

ItoMp Uo, »nPn,»eUo. 



Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST KECEIVED, 
ARE THE ONIY PEHFEOT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BIND IN' G. 
HEMMING. 
CORDING. 
QUILTING, 
TDCKING, 

FELLING. 

GATHERING, 
EMBROIDBHIKG ; 



Family Sewing Machines. 

ITS' USE. 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 

JAOIteOKr STEEET, 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST COHVEUIENT ID THE 

Steamers* Landings, Easiness streets, 

Places of Amusement. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices, 

WAEM AND COLD 8H0WEE BATH8, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 
TnorouB-MT- R.novJiH.l anil Noivly Farni-hed Ihii 

Evr n "" ■■• 



.'I A IP- 



UV ltnrj.ii ()[>i-:ss f Till-: l.tunt 
ti H.-wto 1. ramiilud «lib .. iir.r ,|..ihiv 
lied and Hair Muttrci. Tbo Inf-ra.-v- 
■ and BEST 



It mil b 



led thai Ibe Ihti 

|.'~i'"'-..|.ori'»r to anj'li 

fen.rll bn*(!SJT*'°Vi 

"nTHMI'KllASOB PRINCIPLES. 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TKEMONT HOUSE, 

118 and 420 JACKSON STREET, 
ow doors Mow MonlsomMT, SA5I FRANCISCO. ' 

Tout urs.froot bulldlnr pmoi»i manv »dvanla(os 
lOtnotratDlorf.ir^i/ironl^tico. Hi- ,iuly h«Jf ihtwlt 

rr..[n [bu I'.-jt Hffiij in\ Cu..t-nii Hi>ij'b. und nboat tho 

The City Eailroad Care Pass h TJoor. 



iVl'u "i 1 ' M "' 1 or BMlt ' "' E 60L1CIT A CALL 
F. E. WETGAST, Propr. 

f or tho actonnnoditloo of my m ant edojIiI hnvolnlien 

:ir.,J r.lurrn l,..j ,l, t I „. -r,,,. j.^]„l M..1M. nn.j will eirry 
on Iho Ino Jloatoi in cranc-rUti. ,..-, iLjl .['.-„■: ivl.b- 



JUST RECEIVED, 

A Cnraploto AjMrtraont of overy Sljlo and Varlolj o f 

COAL OIL LAMPS 
LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS ! 

One, Two, Three, Fonr, and Six Lighta, 

OILS! 




OIL, 
LARD OIL, 

NEATSPOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 

UACmNERY AND BURNING OILS, 

Comet Illuminating' 



KER0S2NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE, 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE Br 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street- 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 

-A. c3.-\7"ri XI O O f3 

IiJo an aiinrovod M,-.,l:„„i, ,. 

AP»1. T. COLEMAN A CO.. 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

Ho. 3D3 Bnttnry strost, none Saoramonto' Hr« 
HANUFACTOBERa OF 



Wood and Willow-ware, 






Cor. Montgomery nnd Sacramento street*, ] 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

J- H. HAYDBN, 







Yfob^J^I^^MMMB 



Who frwlj G»" "■ tne ' s *""' 

B. irhal Ibon .oame.t; 11™ thr ere* 
Hold op Io eaub lbs ton* dlrinn ; 

Bo what lion prajeil to be maue: 
L=t lbs great Master', ttep. bo thit 

pill up rich hour =ltb That "ill loft 



,'l'n Hie wtitlll, :iii'l ■-''"■l | :- 
. popular disapprobation 



b. if it 



i /" Tho . 



hnnnld'iLroep 
,s tho Mm shall reap the tain; 
ioooillbjMnicieooolieop; 
How nordJ ind d«p> refrain, 
and lutoiurroilaroparat 
™, and reap it* barren bright ; 

iiborrul-boQioof ligbL 
Tho Amarioan Coatnroe. 



of ooort lfisl>!, duiiu'i- 
jrtbii I am Killing o, 
ion this aland as_an a 



felt. Bui, grail. 
baB in producing 






I would not bB understood us taking ihearoond 
bbil lha uahtallbrul stylo or women's dresa is the 

irnnsgrnsf! tbo laws of Life in tnanj directions, 
1b common with man, and, trilb him, suffers ibt 
pe boIij. Hot iho disadvantages of her fashion o 
imply SDlH. 



B oiitcd,lon E . S kiried 
.rdinary alllro have I 



It for 



■ ulck- 



. Tun object of the dr«9 

Itjle ol coslnmo, comfortable, coavonltot, and 
healthful. The dress known tbrnngb all tbo lojnl 
Slates, from Maine lo Minnesota, oa the American 
Co slums, pOJKSI 



Ik n Unit, ,<oun Bod Ibeir powers i 
n gre.nl j imcreiwed. fJfieu ilioj nr 
tli,-ir nhility 10 go nhoiit :■_' -non a 



but St 



imply. I 



i of tbo 



clothing, that orety mnsc le ood organ In the body 
shall be entirely nnobilrucled In 119 action 



liredin the < 
ib nf no act 

ruc-lic;: [■■■- 



l:dv l!j!ll 

unlly H 






> I lii,-, 



remits. Hut ire hate succeeded in demnnstr 
beyond cuutromsy, the tbIuo of IhSa cot 
imperfect as it is, for reeble and iuTBlid won 
I shall out beaiiate lo refer lo my experieo 
practice in this connection, believing lhai 
have been scch as to give me iho right to speak 
cocadtntly. 1 hate been for the last elercnyeai 
eoooectcd wilb, and Tor the larger portion of tt 
lime 1 bsre been ibe cblef lady physician of 

ties, or by the nse of loose sgcols and methods 
alone which nre beneficial when appropriated by 
a person in health, and in which the use of all 



those ladies who have 
patleuis, or who ba 

jusandi. Of late j 
.bly include the dir. 



w. 


?£um*J& 


health 
belter. t 


nsload of Illness, 
an thoy do, bow 


po 


r!y L„l,,,led to 111" 


"fin* 


eboUlD^Sitties,!* 


i.i. 

ho 


ck tnun so degraded 
bad been subject a 


TV* 


a to a tyrannical 




XitrtSHtotott 


(, sbnu 


d say in" be was 




1 ennnghoB,— hod 


1 '." ',.,. 






::r;.r::i;'.™""'-»'- 

Z„, , i f. ."!. .ui-J. ....b.l..O..«J. 



.J, ffrrpr 


■cnlftiTHj ami in 
ands. It is known 


rm.i, f'liM 
,] S„vaSc 


a East and West, 
lio. Thousands of 
arlng Iho American 

bhorboods, in Oon- 


Til. re « 
loiberof 


counilcj in Ohio, 
bo Western Slates, 
uted by hundreds. 



irJwBN BROTHER 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY 

GROCERIES, 
f ship stores, Ranch and Farm Store 

p„|[,.l- .«..«.. <• •'•«• •" s jj„ IA UTIB!, r., „.r ■ 

FAMIX.-ST TmAX.E, 

B "°OUD JAVA COFFEE, ^'^/^^".b"'.™....! »», to F..H, T« 

.oll-FS l..nmmM. •■' '" "•" ""' SIRUPS of lb. "1 .Wb( 
BUTTER »■ CHEESE l»» "• »"> »'•"•»' "'"I" 1 j'"' ''"'»'««« 

u ,» n nbal «e °]|." lh ™' , , SPAS13LT OLIVES, o " 

« LE ISS «s ..,«..- » .-> ob„,. ,. ,b.™„ ... 

ttclo needed in tho Cullnar, dopntraont '.r the Ilumehil;!, and thB nniip^ 
neceE.arie"rumi.hod bj Tho G'"" n '' "'" n ao l".*'™, *J our Vairons"^!^ an . i-l ■■ .■ .m. .11 rii'i's 

„..„ill] il-ir | »:,.-[ In uil.i i ■ n. .0 ■ ^ _^ |L t(| ^ t |it| iif [hi , ,.,,, ,,,,,^,,,1;. «, t h c.,-l..r f LT, 

u, Kill be DIM »ltb care ami ■!-!■' "■ h , d , , , b W0Im(rt4 

°.' SftSaS?" G b v°ertSX «ui »Sll bo atldnd lo «Tlh tho Same cara as ir puroba.es w.„ SS 
"'\otlCO ouraddma- BO WEN BROTHER, 

Coiner Californift and Montgomery ttmti, 



priety shall be able lo puis ibroi^g 



ind you may do this willi n«ur«nc 
,rc nidliig in a movement which ia dei 
o of immense service in tbo redemptio 



BBAN01I STORB-1 



RASCHE & SOIVS. 

imery ilrost, trnwwii Butt 

Idealers xisr 



and c 



t discarded. During > 



a per 



good be 

■iily, tbo seies bclog nboul equally d if I 
oflirTo tonflileotly that no physician or bssc 
of physicians of any school has erer treolej 
number of paiients with better success i 

ladies particularly, no physician was uvei 
upon to deal niib more diihcult cases. T 

subjected tu all manner of treatment, lii! i 
ot complications bars been induced ; they 
hard oasts which other physicians have gl 



if Ibelr dress, 
rri^-.-rldin-, 

S|":i>dilurf ;l 
-y.li.l 1,1-fnn-, 



3PI ANOFO IR TIC S s 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Rlusical Instruments, Strings, &c,, 

thaOl 

..rki i.' 
., .._0.B Pit-..- ... 
lo, S*Li:ao,lf.,rIlEST. 

rh-V t-iv. Hi" I- ■-■:■'. Sl..f!- ..f roll ,.rl.rl.,l Jtitdl 
Mi, !,. >vi II-..IH.I L...l:.u, -..ii IVii.ri :.., andll Ij eoo- 
•lii.lli iiirl^-.il hi uc-h .-rTl..il:..i,li evtry .l.,„.„vr 

fri.m lii) |.i.n. I|..l |. .-:, :FI in II)- Kn-I Til' J hnvo 

|:,ll ..>||.lv IT ih, f- II .-■■■■ n.Lii.,.,,: VI-. in ,.r,.| 

I'iaD,. l-l" u in.n,l l>i.ir.,, Vi.-lio iki.I lluit.ir, Flulo and 
Guii:.r. ri..G- aiiU.uiinr, llrus I!,ind small and largo, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY, 

FIRE J±NT> LIFE. 

OFFIC E Sortliwest Coroor Montgomery and Sacramento rtrertij 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 tl|| 
LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF NEW ■yOHK: 

iWea irAoic Charlrr provida that .11 lbs pi 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 
£& 1MP0BTeiia 0? JK. 

\rCROCKERY, (LjA 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENOH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plalvd and Drltannla IVaro, 



Tho Mow Haven 01m1« Ckinipanj'i Idnnnfaelnra, 



;d HAN'.SuMi; STUliET, CuItSKit M i:iii.'[| AST. 



.1, v.-i,u ml^iii j,,rt a. well as i 
id hrtillh of Im.-f.lin.al,!,. «. 
, had tbejnoi Qa^riinilj- viuhi 



than in tbo , 
for good hen 

O'.-DF ||],J'.-1V 



Partlg Biuluil. The only Slock Company is 

te dicidti pro r 

Poliolct lutuil at tou AeoncT rrlthoot Iho nln 

Buidsnco In California, OrogOn, and Narad* 



I nf tending anpplicalions to H«» Vnrlr. 

>rr, and Iranflt Id and from tho Stale! to Mils 

' Premium! or added In policy. 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF HAHTFOBD, aOJSTIM : | 

IloBidonca in California Frco of wlra chargo. 
.ThU. Company a.olonri BD r*r eont Dlridond. annoallT, and tho A H orod oan If ho de.lrei gin • Kill 
'"" Booaa a'na'paiaphl.n cnnlaioln B foil dotall. of tho .yitam of Llfo Iruorance, cor. ha had ai tho a(.orJ. 

The CtieftpB5t and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World! 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HABTFGBD, OOlSTISr ; 

ASSETS, .831,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SEOD1U1T OF POLICY HOLDEBi 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YOB* 
ASSETS, ■ - - - 31,600,0001 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Washington Eire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, 



Arctic Fire Insurance Co, 



Park Fire Inaurance Co. 
Phenix Eire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



I moat eurelj- and efftclnallj io do )bl> 
ir great oludj. Wo have made n.e ol 
aginclci In lha mosl implicit Iruit, 
baa generously rejponded lo our faitl 



n only Buffering, gradual!/ putllns 






oieonugl) lii conntcl nne hare and Inert] in 

!jMll "l'«i juil a Unit larger in tho waist, 

"■"' '• I idle ulinrurat Lcjl- 1n.iI.hii, ,i.i,I u Hill,, 

f ■' the up. Fashion mnj, al any lime, hid 

commit tvcD greater abiurdlllca itiau not. 

onmmi ba defied, and her mk„ i,..,|..„ 
' : " I,I '' ,L " 11 . 'l,ir L . y„o ,| u i,( Vol, „,,. ni-,l.,l.,fi„.,l 



■ir l,ii.,lLN.-.,i„ 

.lifLlllClill 



Livery & Sale Stables, 

403 KEARNY" STREET, Near ?lno. 

Homi Boarded by tho Da;, Week, or Honth. 

SUU. a hi fit f.*.tfT*« o.« alter lima. 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Buggies to Let 

,». THE UHDEHStflHBD II A VINO 8^- 

I'.it'.i'tr, I,/,.,; ',.;','u','.- r'.itF ur iinlamad llo. lo , 
"■■■lN.1t. nvll 1., r:.ll a I (luii-j si.iblcj bofura tailing tho 
h] Thn ubMrib.r 'hulnc biul Jonc expeHoBoe In lb a 

''''.'■■■'"/'■■■i.: : l r.,-,. 1,,-r . ii,!.. .(„. I,, _ !..-l-.lo ... ..,,- 



ailLITARY GOOJOlS. 

Embroidery, Sworda, BelU, Baahea, Et 



is rciolrod by 

- .Iiiil.V.-iiiS, 
d-Koll,..'. Null 



?iS,;:*st"i::"";::, , ;;'ir:;;™,;: w^s 



Board of References s 

FiiED'K TITLUNGS, Eiq. 
UENJIY OARLT08 Jit.. 

of W. T. Coleman & Oo. LOUIS McLANE, Esq.. 

ANDREW IS. FORBES. Esq., ,.f IVullB. Fargo i Co. 

of Forbct ii Babcook. 0. B. POL1IEUUS, Esq, 

JOHN H. RKDINGTON. Esq., of Alsvip & (Jo. 

of Rcdington &. Co. JONATHAN HUNT. E-q., 

J. D. KITTLE. Esq., Sail Franolsco. 

of Dowin, Kittlo i Oo. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, ,- ft U| 

vie. A °f^^ T 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES- 

'Wholesale end Retail Depot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

bcTo tie Hill babanpT in reiilro erilon, ood mhcolal- 
tohoarrreioLL-uloaJ,, ,i,,i , b „ i, a i„ ni of tbolalo 

. v. I, .I''' ill' ^.l"LlVi"lc J. ""iHteVl'raio"; 
ifJrdoBto' ,l " a ° ml ' i,l '° 0'f=«l»r»,»nil 

SIBERIA OTT, 

TKfl Broadway, How York City. 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

nSfy«™t^ $ 6u , l, 1 i ™ aoT '"'"^ ™ d r «"- 

Bootman'a Pianoforte Toaing Soalea. 

-BOM ETUI NO NEW- 

sirriiia orr, 

16 JH' *<ooar nod D.pol, 

TMnroad-iaj.N.-VorkOll,. 



Twenty-five Cents! J 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON' S pg 

First Premium GaMl 

No. 013 OLAY STRRET...SAS FJlASCCW^^g 
FOK 96 CENTS' 



LL 6TYLSS OF FANCY CASES OR hABOj^ 

■botograpliai Tor S3 per D0 *T 
THIS IS NO HUMBUG- , 

Vo gaaranteo aod .oli c u (be bi e he)l order of *" 
our.r.eoiolHr. 

Bmate or iMipoHtcrsI' 

alo-n°nueVa r rneT'N u il'SVho b 'uiart.l" 



S. W. SHAW. 
JPoi-ti-ait JPaiiite*"' 

Number IB, 3,1 Q 00r , Morcanlllo Lib™'* W* 



THE O A. L I F O IB, N I A F A. B, M IE _R . 



79 



Notice to Farmers! 




CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For Male By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 



WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 





No. 128 SanGOmo street, near Fine, 

BROOKLYN" HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

Qtraoral AeonU Tor the Pacific Coast, 

STORES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE- FURNISH ISO GOODS, 40. 
SOLE ACJBKTT9 FOR 

iTIALLER'S q 

Patent .A.ii-tisrti.t S 
FRUIT-JARS, 

Tho onlj absoIuwlT Tollable Jar in ure. 
EaooKt-ra Hotel Block. No. 123 Sjnwmo itrcot, 



GEOCEfllES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

I^or* O'asli Only. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, and Bush streets 




THIS HOTEL 

PIMN'H.AN 



6a Urol J distinct 
ELEGANT SCITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

Ai well a. Slnala Riwns for Transient Palmrjj. 
Tho lacation of this Hotel Ij gBiitjuned, nvorlookln 

vi7«/.'.r i .ijr\.ii\U ! ,- 1 /v\n.!!li.V J ,irr' , ,>jr..[i"/,^i 1 n , tr}-. 

l''.-.,,,:i.-i.T.l. 



golden eagle 

||hotel 

Corner ■»< tenth and K streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 

THIS nOTEL 19 OFFERED TO THE PtTBLiC i 
n '-Homo ft- Fotnlllor.' .nd for tho Travolnr. 

Tho Proprietor hu (pared neither uixut create 
makn bl* Hotel one that shall alrrari bi> ««t'Li.We HI 
pleaiant to all that mrtj- favor him with null. 

BnltMOf Room! for FamiHes, and by recent oalarg. 
aewmrocdalionf.be IicraiSdent that yUilorsnilUlna 
be xutlalled and feci at llmno. 
Particular "■:■«■'. "ill al-aj« bo paid to tbo cor 



n; nolle the TABLES 



II lime). Free of Chan 



ly ftr Uio urn or Jlonu nod Carriigoi 
i of Iholloaio 

JD. E. CALLAHAN, 



EAGLE HOTEL. 

— Lite Woodford'i Hotel— 

PACHECO. 

jjjft. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVINQ TAKES 
H the abate named r, li-k B on-D and nap nlnr no- 
lle that Ihoy ore prcpiroJ to nccommisdnw Heady or 
liont (warden Id a in I if factory manner Tho house 

ed, and tho "bale, enlabliibment thorourbly refitted. 



lolho comfort ofonr 



A Livery Stable 



A Daily Line of Stages 

Pachico nlih Martian, Sin Pablo, Oakland, 
0, CI»ylon, and the Coal Mines. 
x, J una '20. 1663. 

J. D. SUIRTS & CO. 



Iniporlant to the Traveling Public 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

BENIOIA, OAL., 

nomas Rromicy, Proprietor. 



% ittrarg ^hniblifrg. 

A FEW MOBil bf'-lS 




l porind of ten years has olitp;ed ai 
cribers first Invited public attention 
or properties of their Patent A*lo- 
At first their Invention made but t 



t progress, 
nod coach 



u,.|!t.- a., ,i, 



ly spot 



-n Stales In compete with their article, t 
, AXLE-GHEASE has now acquired i 
tied rcpntnlioa, unending throughout i 
i and brendih of California, Oregon, and \, 
ooring Territnriea. 
ivbilat the subscribe™ return Iheir Rralef 



I Chemistry, 



suWrilicr„ t.irm;d tliLir .mention to Ibc 
Honor Coal-oil na n baaia of iheir man 
hut after opplylng every dpmu .h.™p., 
modern application of tin 

they wo reluctantly compelled 10 the. co 

that however tit cwl-Mil ,i,i k -Lv he fur illuminating 
pmjm-i-3, iinJ j ii r which ii stands uni-qualed it 
™! 0U1 o| l adupu'd la make a permanently 
3 m, r t,. f ,ory .A.k-tr,.,:* | l a thia dilemma the 



IBB produced 



r onb and ueivdi 
nighty pino forel 



lent of oil fore 
lofty mnunmin 
llyctgifr, us i. 



|B E ,4. D W _E L L <fe CO'S 

LIST OI^ M^CJBEIIVES 

FOl-t THE 

HARVEST OF 1863. 

MOWERS: 

. n „.,' a,nn " d - 0» CT -« lBL eotTI.10 Dun. Ft KM EH MilWKIl, Now Machine, nail nwkoo of 
VMQS elOWKR, ■' " F..M.i, 1 ;'.ulU ti .:l!„r 

ftowc,-,, lM BWEDMOWRRS AND REAPERS: 

BlKBV 



^B'S HEADEKS. 



SELF-HAKB REAPER. 



-team thrasher: 
"ti-i rashers" 



WOOD'S SVTATIIBB- 1 ), IIEADER9, 



''• n Si i ri.Si'l i-ii I'nnl'bori [' ITf - 1'snr.i I * , ' moD 

■u 1 ^hone riira a 'h a «, KMBItVi-'i oad* l-h»n*'f h r ».nera. 

.WE-POWBRS AND STEAM-ENGINES: 



EXTRA OilSTINOS fort 



HAY-PRESSES : 

VS, sud IN UBRS DLL'S II»j-Pn 
ahn.Micblau. Bolllaj 



id Leilbor-ill ,l,u- 

fcCI 

i--|l*HUI-T'0. 



TREADWELL & CO., 

■?!."" ^tir-raU «?d B*B«j •([««, BAH FllANCI 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

rj-nii: ^ | h=" , riii-rios'i,oi)K,oiibec™r.ip.ti« Rail 



AMERICAN HOTEL, 

TOMALES. 

*:,-"ij fur •!■'■ -''Klin 11 hi .;j F,r..ivi:TD iriFon.'i 



HUOKSiLAlIUERT, 
Nntoma and Slinna airetu, S,m Fr.iui'ijco 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Do o aye d Teeth, 



T..U, ',,, ,1,..",:,..; .:',;,;" i 11 ':' , :| " : '' '"'" "■ A " fl l! 

JnSS.^*" ron ' i ' ! " a a ioo Buimeilou n° talu'irtaljr 

DE. PEAHSON'8 HEBVTNE 



^'ta'i'on'iV 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

Pure New York, Boston, and Hew Jcreoy 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

the Tra mar ralf 0|On » r „„ ulM „_ „ r , I0ry 

• pericrqn.llty. For sale bj iho Pipe, 

D.rnl, or Caso, ntprleo oo- 

rroeedintcdlj Ion. 

Corner of Front si, and iirosi.i iv.iy , 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



C. E. ii i»y,a,i .v>, 



American Watch Factory | 

WATCH EEPAISOTG .1 
S5 AT « KBW V0RK PWCES i*1§ 



San Francisco Cordage 
Cornpany. 

C° h S ,JaSJ LV ° N 11AKD ' A FCLL AND COW- 

COBDAG E. 



Tl-itiss i CO., 




Pioneer Sleam Coffee and Suite Mills, 

aao FRONT BTBEET, 

aJCiWornli, 
1 V RAH DISCO. 11 










J Swoi iM ^mrlm uwm l ^©Mlff 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 93. 1863. 



NUMBER 11- 



tfyt California $mm. 



IHEL WABEEH, 



7*alf&— Elv otsIL r.ni 



K-miUK-OI -tier] 



o Hills— drain Wacanfl. 



BliiC. SI: 
ID get ill 



iX Long Wooled Shoop. 




feme, if It w 


re possible I 


direct one 




The wonderfu 




end, neck nod 


*i«»We*.in 


proportion to 


dmirable pictu 


*; "tV""" 




re particularly 
he prodnetioo a 


ere loped, so a 


to adapt the 


rbllo Ibecyliod 




reinelywella 






lee co. The 


neb of choice m 


heep yielded 
lltlan.and Ihe 


forty- four po 


cll-wnshed woo 


. The new L 


iccaler breed 


rougbl !o lis gr 


•st perfocllnn 


through the 



coarse worsted gooda ii is universally,! on ceded i 
bo better adapted Ibnn Buy other, aiAl a* ibi 
branch of man n Tic tu ring hui been commenced I 
Massachusetts, ticco tbe pnasngo of the war larf 
of 1861, under the moat fnvornblo . auspices 

provided an ample supply of this wool can b 
secured. It nana t not ho overlooked that in tb 
production oi Boo carpela, blankets and mediae 
grades of guoda for cnena wear, it la moat ad 
mirnbly adapted. We nto informed that th 
celebrated tiigelow Brussells Carpet Corapan; 

thousands pounds nnnonlly, and trill ubc a mil- 
lion and a half of pound] whenever there la at 
ample supply. Fifty millions nf pounds on 

Africa, South America, Russia, Turkey nnd India 
The facilities for cooduciiug sheep busbnndrj 
profitably in the West are vss ilj greater at tin 

world. Let us give a few "reasons for the falit 
that is in us." Jt it undeniably true ibnt th< 
yearly reot of land In England is higher than ibi 



<e Wei 



eof t 



l for b 



An Old California a In 

New Yontr iso Vioi.inv. 



>nlDt/Tj)Q 



' the city, may bo enjoyed 
li it to pleasure steamer a 1 
'a Slip." Yon pats rjp thi 



mill t 






the whol 
gnrdeo-llku luni 

;, extending don 



Ibat 



.l, l; n. 



train be require* for bis oko use. The big 

formers need not read this article. 

ID I Drat moved op into the hills (sod ns 



1 year. The club did 


ettertbao tb 


the second year I to 


cd all club 


crop. The club is it 


small, bric.li 






brciu.bui is mil :i 


white ns so 


aneotly not to popul 


rwilb them 




lite Medlterr 


Ebjr tbe side of the 


Inb.and Up 




although th 




owed lledite 








c E would is 


Mll.P-.n..„ i; ,h„ 


)cst wheat fo 


Hlhes eu,ily nod 


dub or'an " 



^HrouaJ, dose by, wbcre I i 



^mouom. Then lay tbre 
l^riappiog on the butts 
^^B sli to right dozen 



high enougi, tbe wide < 



ore log, eight inc 



I Iblc 



a the i 



^ffibe ailes, four ioi 
»ns mule oi -txC-iucb hard and tough pine, 

InttOnene ii crntibed and fund into the forirmd 
■DkBiod-bonrd, of Ij.^rd wood, Ib pinned or., 
INtk.ooi^h ,, corai 10 the .up of Ike wheels j 



the 



I ...;,,.„.>.'„ 
Hkila tin- join 

lit icou ,- 

' ■"« Ihe foriv„, 
» tofttllongun. 

■•Ufolutni'm I 
, •!.; thru wl.,. 



"Cin-.-ij-.-i,,,. B „,| v „„ „. 



j e P r "I-f> in., ,:,..,.■„,-„! „ t ,',,.rir,,H„,„| |'„ ;r 

,' **« ,b, ,„„„„ ln ,„^, I] ,. [ll; W( ,, ,„ 

"■• >■■'"—., ,„ which ,-„i., Jt ,,J., 

^Ot in lor *1'jj. aou, t ,l,m b - tL« \;..y 11 u d„„ 



illj considered In his day the moil profound I "" ion ' Bod wUb B '" r P ros P (cl " 
■ecder in the klngdnm. Like all men of true j n0L C f ] belon """V-D™ ™ nl s 
■nlus, be marked ont n course entirety n 



red, Is 



■ wo, by « 



s throughout ibo world, 
be claaied with such l 
iloltoo, Watt, and Slop 
elr impress upon the n| 



ao stated thutin 17C0, bisprici 
ocy, aad gradually advancing 



mpllun nf ir 



tbo grate the kni 

rer, known that 
beir kind, nod 

'like begets like, 



i of approved qualities 
'.tor oi history that hi 



of England, and 
Ik, and Cambridge, 



i Ibo neipjTorbua 



i England will 



lo of the poet year t) 
Ida and in England 



pose Ibat th 
more rapidly 
,e7 A steady 



-1 nod multoo at fair prices. Prime mutton 
■ay ns high in this market as in London 
is, and is likely la continao ao, Onr peoi 

etban beef. The lands in itrn West are rich 
i in Lincolnshire, Norfolk ur Cambridge, a 
i and vegetables suitable for winter feed I 
;p are produced in far greater nuantiiiej, a 



i experiment of sheep ii 

iwledgo of breeders an 
n and foreign counlri, 
isc fiicU with many otb 
ned, if spneo would nl 



nnd other 1 long wooled breoda. 
"lifer's Wottrn SnJ Plant. 



it tbn j 



-Wo give th 
imlocat farmer 
n Seed Soivci 



ana the grnla 




culy nnd 


forks to 


When tbo ma 


chi 


o stops 


ad turns 


center to flow, 


ID 


there la 


uo waste. 


rating and col 






ove well a 


work perfectly 




ho ranch 


no Is mo 






.workwl 




nnd will sow a 


no 


harrow c 


wn Bftee 


day. The cosi 


of 


ibis macb 


no is S ISC 


lie OJ feet, i 


» 


w MO acr 


s per da 



«T the soft lines of Ibo Bky, and 

ipproached the High Bridge, the 

lures framed in by its mogoiD- 
nulhcr delightful trip was to 
e foliage charmed me— I think 1 
inch beautiful coloring, and ln- 



arery d: 



Wo 



larly rich In thi 



trees, climbed up to tbo sightly summit nf 
D Ilill, wnudercd by tbo banks of the graceful 

imentH of tho dead. Still number trip was 
nboken, Ibo olyslna fields, nnd Weehnwkcn. 
i when a boy I have played ball under the 
ow of "the grand old woods." They- are 
as beautiful ns ever, tho grass is ns green and 
t, the river .view with its fleet nf elm 
ctive, nod in spile of the "cent n glass 



1 ao pntriolic will bo found an the right 
their demagogue leaders are rendy to 



en, twenty- file, and flftj 



have, noticed nl 



,mp posts o 
it tbo city. 



H. A. 1 



Letter from ReoHo Rivei. 
Tin; following letter frum a reliable gentleman, 

us for publication, nud will be of la- 
[hoso "Reese River struck," as well as 



■ ii,..r 



AOSTIB, Oct IS*, 1BKJ. 

] apology for nnt writing befor 
ibeloaswobaveiodo.lhu less ii 
iko doing it. I arrived hero on tl 
13tb. Jly journey from Vlrgini 



■ I iri-n 



.1 f,k- u 



?,Ie. 



is possible. 



traveled nearly all tbo 
;a alkali flats, called;! believo tba 
i, wo saw the Sink of the Humboldt 
rivers, but at n distance of two or 
Tbe fnra on tbo road is horrible; 1 
it tbo first dny out, we bnd a very nica 
with us, prepared by tbo old caterer 



If. L 


Winn 


of Fnu 


ntn 


,,!„ 


dto 1 


.isly o 


rer 


bid 


plenty 


of bra 


*r 


quit 


wellc 


naidor 


ngv 




g Ihe 


wind 




wf 


»",™ 


u"«". 


ud 



II.:, J 



oriety, which 



r favor nearly ibo wholo 
inds are perfectly fright- 
en Virginia 1 slept out; 



You may nak mo what I have done on Sundn^ 
Well, tbe first church curiosity tempted me" 
3 visit was Trinity Chapel, nnc of tbomostcosi 
ud impressive ilrtictnrcs uptown. Tho seco. 
unday, 1 went tn Old Triniiy. It wns wllb dll 
int wo obtnined seals. Tho service with t 

noirof men nod boya voices snog the psalm 



Messrs. Disibl i II. A. WlKIin : 
Dear Sirs:— Thinktngyou might v 
meiblng nbout tho wnrklugofynn 



s per duy, and ibo 



IngtoaSli 

^^^s4il_ 

rs. Tbi 



at all hi 
Tin: i,j„-i 



o abort, ooly o, 
u«t night we 
Dugh to keep th 



i gravel bed, ye gnds b 



Hit any such expend! 



9 §100 per thousaud 



com 


nnlm 


nl. 


In r 


turn 


log home wo pnsscd the 
















Hull, 


and 


10 u 


nil.] 


hed building in course 




eotlui 


lha 






ided to replace It. At 


linns 


stre 


I WD 


ool 


tho 


one-horse car up town. 




sple 
fpl. 


dido 


1JS 


uch 


mean conveyance lonk. 














i.i.i, 


ned. 


Itis 




wh 


to Vunrblo buildings, its 


'■"" 








Rh 


wbnsa huge plnlB-glnsi 




OKHt 


of 6 


agej 


nl 
and 


kinds of costly goads 
splendid carriages. Its 


thru 


t ol 


(all/ 


dre 


Bed 








mo ; 


ol leem co 


arc oil nbjccw which 1 




uuly 




umo 


in, 


uf looking at. Speak- 






















o mot ibem orcrywbero 




iron 


. ha 








li-g.iiiily, 


spec 


.11, 


thn 


o In tbo Central Park 




nivera 


ally 


y.« 




cor white gloves. They 






aver 


ylh 


j dl 


placed In tho riot wtek 



king It very easy f. 



nnt Bpnken of the riots been 



r the wild and lawless 
on of Ihe people. 



T,t. Nova Scotia g&d diggings, says thn Hall- 
mi Journal, aro nourishing. At -Waterloo, Cold 

mmn Inches fral \bn Surface, 'noggetVnud 
ijralna aro fannd, yielding four or flvo dollars por 
day to the slngit, h„ Dji „jm, pick, .hovel and nan 
TW» " ^ual toAusi^ZorCnllforn la. ? 

rmt* of ckl from the Sulnhor Creek 



7™" 1 .;;,. """) '<<••>' <ni"""n dollars. Tho , '"""■" Party thao they do of their country, cronsed in thickness from t„ n . " "" '- 




83X - 

\J Agriculture). 

__. .JmltRhl 



'■glTB the fnllowioi 
essay on" Agriculture, ..u- v. 
poodenla of the "Rural New Vor! 
menu ollered bj the writer i 

FiBHin, will earefiilly I 






n that under » democratic fori 



Duld rl 
He msEnilode sod Jmporlanci 

,,...'. mil. ■.»».»»■>■ 

>■ [be first- sod only buslaeJis i 
,t ibe world wiser IbBn iho gre 
i moeb as it elvreys lies done, 1 



: reat fuel lb« li 

tGrestor.pludi 
okiog upon any 
>nor.ble ricepl 



tally « 



ice of nil, 
<d slares < 



■by should It be despised or 
[he sltenlioo «f "BJ b" 1 ' 
Wb y Is H ib.t the young man wbo gives " lUEn " 
ofcrnmindaodtalenls mail b. sent strnighl- 
„ay (o !be nniserally, to be educated lo ibe very 
lap roond of the ladder of learning, Bod that Tor 
anything else but agrieuliore T As thc,,.;b .in- 
tuitu re afforded no food for the miud, nothing 
Ibnlis hlfib, noble, useful or resectable, or thai 
bad any need of education. Is iu work la grov- 



grain iha[ shell germinate and produce its kind 
Tell mo ye uoi.cr.ity savans what noc.iib.ee. 
In ibe ground, what virtue in the dew, what p., 
perlylnthe .nnshlne, trbat influence in the a 
uo/pbere it I. Ibat gives .0 tb. ™^^ ih i ; 

be .hie to aggregate the asteroids, ejuoW.be inn 
in tbc milky way, and speak ktiOwinefijof the 



Though agriculture : 
nod rode husbandry t 
nol follow thai ignorec 



j, one or all, equal to ngriculUre ' 
Tbey are tight and indispensable ii 



pad lilllbo following 
Is akironed off, and 
'.oii brass pan henled wl.h boiling water, 
o wfltra ■ one ihlrd pari of Ibat milk u 
id The new milk, obtained early in Iho 
.or'n'icg! and lhai of the preceding nlgbt, being 
pol a piece of 
a Utile Spi 



ether with It 



d lull 
To Ibis 



i becomes curdled; it is then t 
rawl, and brnkco very small, 
itllotlmc, the whey is drawn fr 



ongly pressed bolh by hnn 



uspended in o furooco of hot 
c dairies, ibey beat ooe-thlrd, 
more tban that of the previous 
in all, tbey ore careful lo liquefy 
well before It is raised with the 
nnd whatever may be the general 
,ea dairy respecting the healing 



jn iho first place, after the milk 
! b „r«"rreo l "P°"'"° "I>" 5(d Lo lb ° l > l ' n0 " ,bEr !; 



lot windy place, tc 
with It all at tbf 
within forty- sigh I 



[ powerful nations of tbr ce 
clock of Europe! Because 



id frc. 



,aUy sb 
nnd hoop hi 



fled. These skew. 



IbtoBgh w 

,rfaea of the cheese all over, an inch o 
prevent itfl blistering. 
The following morning and evenic 
) again turned and pressed; nnd a 
third day, nboul Ibe middleof which it 




lowed lo Btnnd separately, t«»™' i»" ■ - 
„™ milking will lubber and vrbey, wh.ile «ome 
will remain nearly sweet. \j 

If skimmed take.at least two-thirds of tne lop 



] re of 02 drgrf 

enlhor, and cli 

o fcich Ihe bullci 



jr ilselflhat.by the persevering- energies o 

aay be made into gardens lhai will produce 1 
ifully, and even "blossom as the rose." 



led to bring those prcullai 
ation of the people. Tbi 
ointed, and a program mi 



i the 



■tiich si 



i thai 



,er eurf.ee is thickly covered 

u the day, then left 10 dry for I 
uring which period it ii turned 



y. In a oouple ol knurl afier, It 
II over with sweet whey batter ; Whii 



ing, Oct, 



irtbe 



'0 City. 



sea track of Hopkios and Clark was used jii 
the Fairground, and largo pavilion creeled by tb< 
liiena o( Carson City, the inside of which wai 
■ry tcnefullj decorated and arranged wit! 

The moat beautiful productions of Ibe vegciabli 
ndgdom, which would compare favorably will 

ij ever cihiblied in the world, of almost ever 
ass, were here collected together — proudly prov 

ig thai the soil of our Territory will ptoduc 



,t Ibis lime, fur fear of 



led, ns it will aficr 
all purlly dissolved; 



refully in the pickle thai the salt 



:overed with a 
and when i 
bed until nee 



SEED WAKEHOUSE, 

iHSTAHLl-HLD IK 

S. W. MOOUE 

IMPORTER 

WBOl'eSALB AND RETAIL DEALER 
ALL KIHD3 OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrnl 
SEEDS 

SO. 408 CALIFORNIA. STREET, 

BetwecD Sansomo and Montgomery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

TITK ON PERSIAN ED 11AS RSTABLISIIF.D ETC3 [u j 

i'.im'l" '.■ur-'f'r.Mn'i'li,. .ill' iv> ..., lr .-r -Hi- -:■:■■',". ,bil 
f„l urn-.ttr- -their .:bi.i.-i -I _--'i:'l- .:-',n, . I H,i i, u ,; I ■ 



should be handled n 

all slidlogolihe bu 

break Ibe globules i 

Bu Iter properly ID 



liGnlli 



M Tally .olinhle and en 
II mire ca|.ital. eiperi. 
.11 be s'«n to Iho bud. 



realed foellog of ci 



I kingdom. A counties; 
i exhibition ; nnd largi 



auspices of agricultural 
aid and all Ibe aid Ihej 

course lol^o or three; 
Bui 10 Iho tljricvltai, 



colleges. Let then 
nd, and then not I 



cry day; 



Mr. Holland's 
Cheshire, the folio' 
ice of the Clies 



lays: 



nrked; and that they 



uiued, t 



nly the quAnlilj, bot Ibe quality of \ 

i texture (.ougbuess, or otb-.rw.ise), depends, I 

i in coming; and that the lime again depends c 
ogth of the coogulum use 






lilk w 



.age of the a 



•:jii p.rj.lurc foinc u.i g.mij iind nolilt- •|>. ! ,-iNi-ri.. ul 
stock os can he found un the FaciBe. Tlfe races 
under the superintendence of the Carson City 



of any other rr 
To make but 
j scalded nli 
, the Uavor, i 



uldwcnltier, the milk st 



iilk, nnd^oade tbrco pounds of butler from il.e 
ream saved. It will pay in two ways; first, it 
111 make more butter, and then it will be free o 
in dry crenm, which n il( become sour nod biuci 



SAB 


FOR SALE 




Alfairo or Chile Clu 


er; Hungarian 


Urn 




ss; Orchard 




Red-lop Grass; 


Sain 


"-" 


ioglish Rye-grass, 


Timothy G 








Crimson Clover 


Lucerne, & 


Ac 



The Fair collecled logcl 



sod disgrace. If 



polilici 


us and dem.gog. 


cs. Wbsu 


the 


ties, th 
Since 


o will ibey dlsapp 
thou,.grle U |iuro 
a build Ibe ilrcct 


"!;r::„ 


... 


DDC lab 

pofllloa 


tr* 


t Its just 


.i 


Goto 


B „V„ c..„. 


—There is 


F" 


to the 
Ihirty- 


old mines lo tbeeoualyof B 
ve miles from CJuebtc. Tber 
d persons at the "diggings," * 
ucdiagly rich. ' The gold dls 
i sia nee of fifty miles, jiarl o 


l 



o,;l, liiTfr.-, i 
mil wilb eve 
^rgely alien 



amity and sireugth of the 
ilk may be the proper leogtti oft), 
tully coogulalingi which is generally thought 
be about an hour and a half. The el 



■nth and butibii 
ihus employed, i 



icgulsted by the- — 1/~ ' -*- 

a sod Ibe beat of ' Los AsQuLKa Wise ino Gn»sot,— The Star 
coco olio by iho 



qileloly stripped ol Ihe corn leaving 
ks hare, uod tbo corn having the app 

killed, nnd olhcrs seriously injured by the I 



igbly ci 
ACloi 

Su.ml.ir, 



liquctied and dissolved, 



of ibe g,a 
of wine, 
iho "must 



at a large prupunioi, . 
unco irnnsferred to Ihe St 
sndy. By this means i 



i— the riik of loss, 
iogencle, to whiel 
besides Iho long p.tlod 
wins becomej fit [oi 



i;;:;:i'. i'.u;i;.\i;i:, i:ai;iu.)t, i:.\r)lSH,TOBffl 

ci!<_'!i)iii[-:n, mi:[.hn». Li'.Ti'un;. ummVj, 

TOMATO, RAltLY AND LATE PEAS, 
BBAN3, tc, ftc, &c. 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT EHsl 
LEAP, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEEB. 

COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's Islam!. 

FLOWER SrRDS (300 Yariella) 

BULBS: 



and In endleis variety, irup.tlcl di.eet rrom Vusn 

Prom bis lone eipo.ioneo lo tho Seed Businsa (m 
Ibi.Teeoyc.rJl, an,) hi. vurv ejteasive .-i.-ek ■■! r^ 
apiflrtainmi to an ojiabliihmeTil .,1 rbi, kind, hth« 
Udonl of bis ability lo satlify his outruns. , 

^E Native Galiftrnia Evergreen 3 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDSi 

Pol BlPOBTaTIOH 

TnE UNDERSIGNED, FROM niS KSMS5I" 

large Stock of Evnrj VaTioty of Sm4 

Can oCfer unusual Inducomenla to 

MERCHANTS nf THE TRADE, FARUS® 
AND LARGE RANCH 01V.VBKS, 




ofOpenlnKlninincr« CB , ratdtov.ar)ant* PPCn " nCC Tc ou^ *""' : ' '' '" iiir " ! »li l» «- 



S- -\V. MOORE, 

SEED WAnBHOflSf 
408 (old Ho. 110) California street 



THE "GOLDEN HAB?' 



Tho BAY STATE and other* Sto'* 

Wlih a liirto a.<nnmaat i.f 
Plain, nnd Fancy TIN-WAItE. BonmeiaH 

t ■■! inns'. u'.nti: luin-r.i'-Mii.^i 

HAKE-OVENS, SAD-IRONS, 
Po ic ic. Jto. 

"""~B. O.AUSTIN. 

Pa- ]3 Tin.Wo,hs. m C |ay. .reel. We-J, 






THE CALIPOENIA FARMER. 



83 



"hom the southern army. 



<bro* Diimbfrs of (ho Fiuiu, orFehrnarj 20 
of Jolr 3d and lOtb, the fitil I hayo soen [i 
,t > war. It almost s«tncd like siitloK null; 



lied my trunk full, ruining- ail my letlers sod 
■I. to !'., nnd B««'lj dntniieing nil of my wi 

■iog my ahstoce. My clolbrsj wore not ootit 
nod, hulnoln psgo. of mj manuscript eon 
■Id. Thai Ii lh« reason of my storainp; neglec 
mer. We Are, aod bore been so much 
I thai ii >■ ray difKc.ult.to be as puoct 

Troops To considerable, numbers arc gather 



is day bad it 



■olm 



ly earthly power. Eiery step lortrard is (o 
b gained lo the right direction, slcndilj-.sloK- 
il surely ore we adnncinp; along the bloody 
. Scarcely a day passrs thai (he maogled 
.s of come of our brave toco ere not laid in a 
nldier'a grave, and nnoy others are maimed for 
Tc. Bat solid shot nor shell, torpedoes nor sharp. 

ag onward to the proud city. Aj well might 

I the mighty storm-cloud approaching from 
Haunt boriion, as il marn upward and Bo- 
ard with a powerful aod magnifictrA grandeur, 
HI cbilleoges lbs admiration of evrry'heh older. 



e the city ol Charles 
he baa Become 
jcoramaudioglb 



ral (Jilraorq bus tlio confidence ofbia officers aod 
they most willingly accept bin as their 
> ia to lead tbem to tbo bead, Troot and 

Fori Sumter has fallen, or rather the crumbling 
IraSiuenls of ils onco massive nails loom op be- 

of what il was in ibe halcyon days of the 
Id Union, yrben the Pnlmetlo State clasped bands 
■inters io the nugfe circle of stars, nod jo 
e greatness of their lovttnntiog onward. In n 
'illiint path, gathering hoftiA, glory aod fame, 



idjud pouodert, Bonld mnko the «^|/of an 
building tremble eveo by the concussion 
the projectiles, solid shot and the shell 
whole number burled against those nalli 



awsy guns, parapet and noils, some of 
.ound shot golog Into the Fort and out at 
> other side. This was not the work of an boor, 
days, wd aod weary nights, tbo whirl- 
ron, fire nnd smofee, rnshed wildly and 



e loud 



lofdes 



Fhb. tfa.t F 0r t fall tin hopes nf Charleston, thi 
bald of the rebellious States. Proud 
c.bty,ando»erbnrlngio all things, and in poll. 
licuUrly, she was the uurtcrr of rebellion 
ntrga or JctT Davis, Ibe bat-bed of pri. 
and blockade runncra, Ibe temple of Irea 
| colton gale tu the Cnofedcrale Paradise 
nJ withnl <iult H a Nprueo Ifllte tonri ; butwllh . 
rj ditty face, n tarn apron, barc-fooud, audit 



Hi,:.. I 



rally, st 



. elip-sl 



° be found nn^bcru out of 

■V«l length saw that the; must abandon their 

■ Tboogh no force except thirty or Inrty men 
'ow supposed lo occupy it Jolt lo keep the 
• nil bars flnnllng over il, jet Ibey hold It, 



'J 



g the dead. God grant Hint the; 

iml in their perilous enterprise. 
After the fall of Sumier, Forta Wagner am 
^""BihenroDgeairJereosesafthociiy- Fo 
igulorllrokep 



'J bad one or two killed and 
"aorc-rouodedd.ilv. On 



I thoin Fori 



hot they raught about seventy prisoners, jum as 



Mand, aod from this island n 



ist slate that Ihey left numbers of their dead in 
lenj parts of their extensive forts, where Ibey 
ell, and 10 their dead bodies tied ropes attached 



boriol.tbey would hi 
by a kind Provident- 



Iron tbo neutral ground nnd while waiting for no 
answer their guns kept up Ihelr Ere as usnai while 
ours, thank God, never fired a single shot— snch 
is the chivalry, the Gob seosa of honor, Bod of 
honorable warfare, ol civilised, polite, gingerly, 
civilized warfare, held by the refined, polished, 
delicate, terete, kraut, and oiceedingly genteel 
if the polished Court of Cotlondom that 



isil i.«— 



J. Bi 



TO THE FARMING INTERE TJ 

6. F. JONES. | HEHI1Y H:.hAlETT 

31 Willnneh Now York, j HliTSwof 

JONES & HEWLETT, 

Iniportex-s 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries. 

Liquors, 

Provisions, 

■ —AND— 

HARDWARE, MININli, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS 




ZORN As OO., 

GENERAL AGENTS, AHD 

Conflnission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

*2\ BATTEItV STREBT, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 

STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



FOE 

AGRICULTDRALIHLPLEMENTS 



Tbry lavlle in laijxelon 



pecuJIy tho Unnlav public b 



ZORN& CO., 

BAN FRANCISCO. 



THRASHING MACHINES! 

TUE iraDERSrtJNED Aim IN RECEIPT DIRECT 

torn tbe Manufacturer. „r a superior lot of 

GENUINE 

PITT'S, and < . ii. RUSSELL &, C'o'a 

CELEBRATED 
EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS. 

BOTH BELT AND SEABED. 



4, G, IO, and 13-Hbrse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers. 



"V 



DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 



New Native Apples, 

WE INVITE THE ATTEtmC-N 

35 Native Apples, ^ 



mate of Callfurnli 

i uljke uf rhe California Paron 

K=r PACKING 



laUfofnla F-rinar. 

3 udob In Iba bett maonar and tblu- 

YoiS, Philadelphia, or liiltlmon. 



Grain and Flour-Saeks, Baling-Eope, 
Tawder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fuse, Pitoh, 

Cordage, Bona, 

LI it line, Blooks, Oars, 



Attention JIay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

TUiT RECEIVED, EX RECENT A R RIVALS, 

GOO Colli Superior Eastern Balc-Bopo, 
Mm JOHE3 i UKtVLKTT. 



Denn & Manrow's 

Combined Power 

W INE_P RE S S, 



bSSSsSS' 



^ r . p~ , 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



CAULDRON KETTLES, 

10 lo 300 Oat Ions. 

FARMER'S BOILERS, 



Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless. 

PE 0E4TED BTJSSIA IB.0N, 

Par Qaatl. Sonohl. 



""'^M 1 



"Wr-ongf ht-Iron 

"MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 

Of AILSius, for IIolols. Stoaman nnd lllnlnj; Com- 
panios 

3WT.A.NTJFJi.aXTJJlBRS OE 

TIN, 

SHEET IRON, 
COPPER, 

BRASS, 
ZINC, 

JAPANED COODS. 

All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 



:■.:.! I f : :i> «.--'.■ r. ■ S>". 
TESTIMONIALS- 






S175,~SEW t OCTAVE PIANOS 

f 5f • l 7 5 i. «n.."ilft «"rd Irp, (WW, 



■II I'.l,-.- i,.t,, J.-.Ji,. S.jii ALKX,i:(DKH 01U1AN3 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 
™ir^ri™ p aihrf'u; D. D °" h '"?"* B °° k '"' Scl "™ 1 ' ,Bd 




PACHECO 

Foundry &. Machine Shop 



An Extra Flock of Slieep for Sale, 

,'do'a E*»aad Wo p5j T^Z"Z i <^'%'°ih!! ttoi! 

■'i-l '-'I '■■' T At 

i^^ulj I : ji, :■ £j [_■■ [.][:, , 



TUB 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

THE ORIGINAL~P. P. STEWART. 

l?Qel Saving; and Comfort Prodnoing 

LARGE OVEN 

SrjUSIEit AND WINTER AIR-TIGHT, 

COOKING-STOVE 



Wood and Aofhraclte, or Bituminous Coal. 

MIPROVKO IN 1HIO, 

M ^ , an Dn SlVr« T \7 r '^^^n "I? ff^'^t 'u'^in 
1KB. * m 

.■I. :-\::ur,::r<jr.r.-V.vc,y ].,:li„ c.f tho StOCD is 

ct'jl'iL 'ii' VVir^St'ltavoVurBorki inloo MmMttolt 
mil |.-.;(«clly (JBllbiJ. ™mjJia«l7 



t^oiadbrlc , 

d!»n and bMk'fluij * h"ll'I "L'"i ,'nJT.i Mlin'iikil't 
■ ■■-. In: .I..-1 ,nr iLl.v.1,-.. ri, t . ■. ihi, :„.il, ..|,„- roniiiaiiui ; 

"■■' "nlv ■...,.,.. I .,,,, .b.K^r 

(Sill, t-r a II 1 1 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL. NO. 1, 



*n S =l> leld m« M,'™'lo thTil^"'^/^'','^ Wb 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL. NO. 3, 

.■■■".:■ .- " .'.""^ 'jj^a^i^ere," "Opa-t'yoli 

|i!," , i cl "i'J , 'ij; , r , l ",'!"', '■" , "' "'i'"" 'i'; v ' """ ■■"'■••Vjiwi 



pit, M ctata. US p 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 
A NEW CANC PLOW. 


lil.. fin; I"-. 1-i.t i:.>[i ti: T tlurroH Ft,ua-llr which a 

' "■■ ' !■"■■ ."i... ..-M : i...,' |. ..I.r,n,,.|...„.i 

• N. I.ii,. .ii.ii-i, l'.!rf.,ra.c.l no tbo lop, nud without 
^'.'.i'v.Uli.mr'l.'sir'i'il.'f"!" 1 "" 1 ' ■ U|, '" l * ,i ht Lbo ™" [ "* , 

t.l°»«.Vr u ".h, htt^STSfto™* fur " wl ' 10 * 


t ,r3".l'or l " ij '" r ' ° tM ' F '" ,air r •™ PrcpucdKiuawo, 


CAf.Ell M. HICKI.EIl, 


EVEEY EIHB OP CASTINrjS, 


J^V.0033 ZEOH, 


t^^SSS^Si T£l°"" m r ■ ,0 ™ b, ' "^ 1 >™ 


FIRST PREMIUM 


p.tlMo, JianiC, ie<n 8T A MU, SH It- D.uyrov 


fflfflf Pianoforte IHanufaotory, 



■ais 3sia.h:fibt street, 

I ElhaVn'™ NUThJ1: T0 THE FUBLIO 

,",.■:. '-If, i : V..:, : . --»=""" "T-™ 

,..,'',;.' ;!'.)';■'■' -' ]''■'-; '.HI li'i.l It ti. Ihalr ad.aoiaee lo 
»;Puloostllo»JBllllrspalrMl,'" ,0 ' ' "* i ™"'' 



THE NEW PATEIOTIC SONG BOOK 
THE HAHP OP FREEDOM 



RUTH; A SACRED CANTA-t/a 

™;„ '^,,'j ~ 1 ',"; l ,j''""""' r "' aJcculJ Tt la P=r liWj Bound 

THE KEVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

f"!" l r.^'i t o ; ,'i'''^'"',,M--- l ,,!'. ] l' T: ' ; i;,^ 'i'"" 1 '"' ""'""■ 

THE ATHENJEUM COLLECTION 






VOCAL MUSIC, 
With Piano ■ Actumpanimeat. 







Waters' Cheap Mtuio for tho Million. 



o&i&'fe; 



THE 






knoirn TV^io Frnncifco fur o losg ti( t , i j,^ 
outenrlj tliEs {Friday) morning, un D.t„ (|f(t 
destroying tho block (wltb the 
brick building) bounded by D 
Drum, nnd California alreois. Tho building) Wtt| 
.ly old tookoclc), 




p.? Judicial Elccti 



ditatc, it 



held on Wodocsdnj-, poised off Terr 



it election, Tbejadgei elected 

poeo the Supremo CourL after 

Dili are: 0. L. Shatter of Ala- 

n-jer of San Francisco, S. W. 

Dorado, John Currr of S»n 

Ibodes or Santo Clara. Union 

is been elected Judges in 12 oat 

diolnl Districts of Ibo State 

districts nre lbs 1st nnd 13th, and 

lies arc in fator of a Union .1 

Jolin Swell is of coorso elected 

at of Public Instruction. 



ioubtli 



THE BALIFOBUIAF 



A.RMER. 



85 



Tnk Litaar 
7cn hag been relieved Trom the command of t 
ronclad fleet flt Charleston, and Cpt. Thorn 
of the Ironsides appointed bis 



The . 



is folio* 



jjoriij- for the Onion State ticket v 

rrn(!'ng only 530. On the local I 
indent Dnlon candidates Here nil elected 
•iception ol one Juiiice of the F< 
Is being elected In the 2d Township 
*h*ll,t.ria majority. 
ilvotcinSlarjiTillo on the 21st inst., 
tnd the Union parly baa a majority of 
■ystille ptto SIM lo too Sanitary Fun 
amenlo Shatter received 1,389, and T< 

an elected ill entire Union ticket by T. 
; hut In Sonoma county the copperheads 



o. 1, says Ibe Bee, it that piece of lu 



-J ill !■ i A . la E . r .„•■ .,i ... 

out Kailumd— The fink rcrular bnsloei 



loObnctrKaeoTrot 



led at Mania Park 



alScbor.l. Il ii alan rumtjrcfi ll 



liwiieaayS.— The Ro 


,,.wr 


ion inyt thnt 


.■Inglnpnienof aii 




jcnl to mar- 


ilrteen, hundred has 






'ikon Seedling and 


Trioraphe 




n. The eo ii re crop n 


as sold at an average 








I"-"" 


hundred 
ground. 


oilars as Ibe 


Rant Uor Dat.— Su 


day in 


eweedlnglv 


Ibetbade. This Ion 


IZ'Z 




enbeinKnn the. sick 


It. The 




for getohcr will ticecd that of 




went year. Fur the 




ars however 


fcos been a decided 


change, 


cooler, -nd prospect 


of rnio 


o reliere Ibe 


peksburg letter nf 


be IritEi 


snjs: "We 


ftlnall pmbabUuy, 


avo a pre 


visional gov- 






veeks. Cul 


Ed, of Kentucky, 


I ..poke 


of as most 




inl cbnir. 


An Import- 



HQJIIIR'S 



-§mM 



>-..- 



P"w Siiigiiig- UooIst: 

"Voice of praise," 

10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

', 'taebtr, „ll .1- .^! , , , 

HM£ E 



A. KOHLER, 



Boiccrans relieved; Gen. 
command of (be Army of the Cumberland. Tbi 
Departments of ibe Ohio under liurnaide, Ibo 
Cumberland under Thomas, tbe Tennessee and 
Hurlburt, nod Yicksburg under liePheraon, r 
consolidated into one grand military division 
Ibe Mississippi, under tbe command of Geo.Orai 
Generals Hooker and Sherman (the taller now 
Iuka), «l|] cnmmnnd corps in the held. Gran 

niorron- for the front JlcPhersoo's drporunt 
will esteod from ibe Department of tbe Golf 

General fWeraoe bss left for Ciociooatl, a 
cumpaoied by only two personal nlds. 

urn to defeat Itotrcraos In the late battle , ood 




PEORIA STEEL PLOWS, 



Boston Steel Clipper Plows, 
c a. s t i> l o w & 

SUB-SOIL, DEEP-TILLER, 

SIDE-HILL, 
SHOVEL, DOUBLE-MOULD, ETC, 



HARROWS, 

HORSE-HOES, 
CULTIVATORS. . 

CAHOON'S SEED-SOWERS. 
CIDER AND WINE-PRESSES. 

BARLEY-MILLS, 
CANE-CRUSHERS, 

FLAX AND HEMP- DRESSERS, 
COTTON-GINS, 

CHURNS. 
C0J1N-SHELLERS. 

HAY-CUTTERS. 

Kofen' Portable GrlHt-nifllH, 

PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW-MILLS, 

Boltine Cloth, Mill-Stones, 

RUKBER AND HEMP PACKING, 

Leather and Rubber Beltine, 

Leather and Rubber Hose ; 

Planing, Tennoning, Mortising, Bash, 

Tongning, and Grooving Machinery ; 

Steam Siig-ines 



Station 






H-i iliii: Engines, 

THRASHING AND RANCH USE. 

Hardware and Agricultural Goods 

FOR SALE BT 

TREADWELL & CO,,, 



BARCLAY & MIZNER, 

Stock Brokers, and Mining Secretaries, 

Bny and Sell on Commission 
ALL KINDS Of STOOES. 

(ember, of the Block Eichonce rnm Boon)), led flio 



PREMIUMS 
"MOULD'S FAIR. 




INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1862. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing MacMne, 

Paris Exblbltlon, 1861. 

WHEELER a WILSON'S 

Are Universally AckDoiTeledged 

TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 




Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
ABE THE OJflY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING. 

BINDING, 
HEMMING. 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 

TUCKING, 

FELLING. 

GATHERING, 
....AND.,.. 

EMBBOIDEEINQ ; 
E MOST El OVI IN !■■ \ I. 

Family Sewing Machines, 
iiv tjse. 




Cor..Honteom B ry and Saoramonto street*, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 

J- H. HAYJJEN, 

A-QENT, 



THE 

First Fall Importation 

NEW DRY GOODS! 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

HAS BEEN RECEIVED 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

KTo. T, 
Mon isomer j- Blrcot. 



T^E HAVE 30it HECEIVED, PER 

STEiU'EB COKSTITDTION, 

100 Cases Dry Goods, 



SUES OF EVERY VARIETY 

and. Style, 

Tbn best assorted stack of 

JDresss floods 



Embroidered and Lace Sets 
and Collars ' 



CLOA.ICS 



SHAWLS, 



iiiiiii v, suitable 



o H.m Praaeiici 



and Country Trad 

Blankets, Qnilts, Flannels, 

Sheeting, Irish Linen 
Tabh nen, Towels and Toweling, 

Hosiery, Undergannenta. 
Damasks, Lace Cnrtaiiu. 

And ercrjtbing gencrnllj fonnd in a 
well managed 

I>ry O -ooils store. 
ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 

Best quality 3 II 25 psr pair. 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
Wo. 7 aiontgoiuery, utrcct. 



WM. B. READY & BRO., 

01 nnd 30a J street, Bstweenl 10th nnd Uth, 
SACHAMENTO, 

Wagons and Carriages, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 



C E LEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow. 



Steam Sawing, Planing and Taming, 



JUST RECEIVED, 1 

A Complete Aunrtmont of oiorjStjle and Virletjofl 

COAL OIIi LAMPS 

AND 

LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS! 

One, Two, Three, Four, and Six Lights. 

OILS! 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
MACnmERY ASD BURHiNQ OILS, 

Comet XUuminat.ng 

KEROSENE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE , 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE BT 

STANFORD BROS., 

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN a WINPHESTER, 

feu and Importer, of /£^k 

* HARNESS, ^* 

S £ic±cllo£), Bri<31os, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

SADDLE-WARE, iu C . ■< 

Noi. 214 and 216 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



largest Wholesale Slock b tbe coool.T ircall 
Ortleis and BeUll Cu-lumcf, oil] „„!, , ocorj allen- 
tloo aed bioelit thit tbe; cm at smaller e.nbllib,- 

FARMERS and others nil! do nell la eall co ei 
oforo puirbulog, si tho ralo of Bastero Eicbaoge 
uliBosiuioeOerlng E oodj at BBDUOBD RATES. 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

. 303 Battery itteet, near Bacramento street, 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Wood and Willow-ware, 

....HAVE FOR SALE.... 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 



MARDEN & FOYER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMUT COFFEE, 



W". 



3 STOOD THE TEST IH AL!. ', 



HAIUEAX COFFEE FLiVOtt AHD BTBERQTH. 
Forul, u ^1 u, Grocid,, ind a Ibdr 

Pioneer Steam Coffeo and Spice Mills, 

330 FRONT STREET, 
SAN FBAKCISCO. n 



',-''; ::'-- : .<.-i. 11-t.t. ii..,;,„h,Vii 



Wholesale Prices. 



Jura IMlo iclLVEIt dr rlOLD S10UHTEI). TBo price ! 
- :!i'"i!V,L'', * M »"'*n« "Iti Uio .,ib tSat, ,ud 
>...,!!.. .,,., 1l ,l v ,l-.|.nu.J. .l».„ on fc.«d.,iu,e 

l"-r... M.un.u.l W..,l.'i..:l... u ,.„,:■„:, „-[.,„. [.„,,., J^ 

AddreMa. It. CODDTNC. 



WIH. T. COLEfflAMT & CO,, 

SHIPPINO & COMMISSION MEECHAKia 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

[5 Hew York and San Francisco. 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 

an lie procured la this nell kno-n lVinhon,. D . ,fc» 
muit larurablo terms "irenooio on Ins 

and other DamesHo PrudJea! " F " *"**• { '*""> 

-A. dvan o © 19 

an approved llorekanjiio. 

WM. T. COLEMAN A CO., 



86 



t£ 



EIN3IKG warsa : 



And Ibo breeres 

O'er the shadow. 
Passed Ui> m. 



Sought lo press theit 

Oohtreterbusy 

Uares and joyous t 



Atlll.t 

Lay. 



libra 



Oil Hi 






.log light; 

Wbno iu ill 
Aniline fairies dwelt bejidoil, 

lotbo spoiled fuielovshelL 
Bask Him bant lbe shading fern li 

Dipped tho plieher in tho tide- 



' " ^^gS^"^* O CO , »,,,; 





the oppressed? Go 


forh' 


it h(U gOOO 


forth and can nerer 


he re 


recdoin for 
tlbousaods 


bo captive Is the wate 


eed'b 


t Is unaniino 


U5lj conceded, be ,1b 




bort. Than 


s bolo the power of 


good 


nlcs. And 


.here, lbe reward, nsk 


iho 


or lbe many 








os for their loved one 


, who 




ted become tbey ore 






ling for Truth over E 






m, but this is not bo 


Ticienl 




anguish —Am I ever 


gain 










oe assured of thil, I co 


lid lb 




ted time. Why toes 




ngs, if they 


»ere oot lo bo gratified 




Miction, lb 






nrlbly sight 


la bnt one of lbe wi= 


est pro 


D f our Heave 
be cares end 


nlr Father, to wenn ou 
turmoils oT tbii life, 


and i 


be soul la i 


ek for end realize something 




icre, and when we d 


part t 


be hope ol 


meeting with (bole 


gone 


Whsl follow 


we must w»« with pa 


sneo 



s founded in Hope 



atoned for, every i 



Down tbo ror 
She Kith den 



EmMcm of Iho i 



While lbe sbedow teemed a glory 
Tbit acroes lbe pathway grew. 



vJ 



meb iribulMion and Buffering. II. 

Kirx,3eM.I, 1351 

V A Mother's Love. 



i the none. 

o neglect their nuMi 

one. Idonolft.cu 
er parties, and mild 
.ting) of domestic 
nbovc nil otberf, H 
to remain lbe pica 

bo sppiopriolo 
faei groi 
usbeod si 



:-:. 



why s 



the tlor 


-rn 


ID 


nd kllcbo 


litiing, 
babUlm 


dy 


eq 


ally 


and 
SJy 



mplcd hi 
, proltl 



The fnshini 
d in women': 



v end pleasin/ly dressed.— [Household Words, 
id Ems oiyCmLtiiiis —Every one who has 



," Tbey 
lie Eome- 
c yonng. 



■WHOLESALE AND EBTAIL DEALEBS M ^e=^ 
STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY «3bH 

K GEOCEEIBS,' 
W^&* Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

... -lotion nr our stock of Q°vl/- Slaey articles are prepaid 
lion li atnavi given lo ' n0 « lf0 " nn ' 

SPECIALITIES, for onr 

^AMIX.Y TRADE, 

ind oil Other choice kinds. 



soon AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE,' 

TEAS, of ' b0 "'J - e " ■ """" ' 

SUGARS, pure Refined, Cru 

PRESERVES, •'■"■" 



illy Use. 

id, Powdered, and every choice variety. 
[SDH, Dried Fru.iIofn.il kinds. 

SIRUPS of tin. verycholEtH 

.d Dairies ; nlsu, choices! Rutin, 

Bond, mtb, 



s p,Q E S innumerable nnu for every 
BUTTER & CHEESE (mm the moat cek.br.ieJLu . 

BONE L ESrs;drNES, l -n,lu KK ry. ™™ 

UU :Nrv c[IKl ;sE, superior to nny Lb,.jti to the cm 

»""«™' "•'»— BOWES BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
BirJPranem 



BRANCH STOHE— I 



BIGELOW BROS. 8s FLINT, 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE AGENCY, 

FIRE A.NX) LIFE. 

OFFICE-— Northwest Coroor Monlgomory and Sacramento etreeU 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE DEPABTMBNT.. 
ASSETS OVER $5,000,000! 

EQDITABJ.E 



RASCHE Jfc SONS, 







IF. 


dtoCJUo 


ml. 


annerl 


Ths V/uudroi 


3 WO 


kg of Nature. 


MtsiFoJ.0 ant 


woodr 


us arc 


the works o 


Nature 


end of its Ma. 


er nnc 


Frame 


r, God. 


We 




Coilc capacity 


ean f 


rtn no 


adequn 


eco 


cepllon 


of Ills witdo 


, pow 


r, and 


goodne 


B. 


3nly by 


lludyiog Ills work), i 




ed io lb 




at Book 


e^luii"' T 


woapp 
then 


mima 


elntba 
est biu 


cm, 


towards 


ferior in knowledge 


io fee 




f, n 


nd how 


truibfolly, to 








n 11 


mlUbie 


fields yet one 


plored 


And 

reeled 


yet Jin 


n fn 


r which 
est pro 


erelylbiog els 


Is tbe 




duclionoftb 
jeclinde-iruc 


Great 


ddest 




lbe 
glo 


only ob 




u grand aot 


wise tl 


• do 




how worthy i 




9 Of H 


o All-n 




ndguo 


being. Bot we, his 


childr 


o, in 


V 


liniioei 








long 




glorlou 




,b T o 






to 1 




the light wb 












ing from our 


njoym 


Hi! be 


e, and 


f 


r reiard 



dea.x,ehs rr>j 

X»I AltfOFO RTE S, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, So,, 







'alobrn 


ad Dine 


tacluren. A 


I Oale 












nlly'es 






If,, 




ay keen 




ban 


111, 111.-. 


ml 


Dwl»S t 






and it 
































ItJlllt i't M 


.,','! 




iiri" L 


i ii,.i 


-.,. fl 


















= IAN03 


AND ALL OTHER 


V.US1CAL 




























New 
















Q.aulo 




"•""'" 


p ™" 






r ' 



LIFE ASSURANCE 

OF IsrEViT - TOFvIK; 



V 

SOCIETY, 



ipioVi Iflol nil the profits lU 



:„ .J:l I if... r, 



t of Prot 






, lo Califor 



ink, gamble, or 
is.bo not the first 
needed reforms ? 



si? Eterythiog Is 
out 0o.lt. cap.eity 
moral and physical 
I iheso ore tho most 



portaot part 


of 


man. Let 




ebon si 


view lbe atp 










beloved touo 




How foil 






eord, warring 
moch angnls 


ol 


fli^l" 8 


well as" 


her, nnd 
f body, u 






oil in lbe 






least, Hie id 


ay 




nigbu s 










why al! 


tbls? : 








liyi F 




but for a glor 


ot 


S prlnclpl 


underly 


og the gr 



counlry. Tbeo, when 
'us Ruler called for the i 
J llehellion apnirist the I 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

W CROCKERY, JSjk 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Brllnmila Ware, 

Tho New Haven Clerk Company's Mann/no tore, 



', CilRS'En MKlli'IIAS'T. 



Dn\j 


ai..-Tbcrn Is hi 


. Th 
ilton, 


ateounl that Ice 1 
patUnt must be 
aodmot lake the 


ingi 


lomelt in the bac 


neloo. 


allowing. The t 


lime 




u W« 


!w«. B Oni"? n S" 



ALLEN'S 

Livery & Sale Stables, 

40J KEARNV STREET, Hear Pino. 
Hoisea Boarded by the Lay, Week, or Month. 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Buggies to let 

fc THE UrVDERSIilNBU H^VINOa^w 

SmtV'iiiMt'iac* 11 " L """" Suhlt * bor °" "1" D K ibi 
Tr.^UKodgtl'rMs'w" '| f E " cl '" 111 ' "ill ontlerlolt! 
j'i'n 'it Ack*' u'" r;i ' 1 »"»«I1ob wKVo |i'*l!l*lo™ 
Poblio p»lroa3, 1, rcsreeifally Mliollod, 

_° EDWARD ALLEN. 



Beside ni 
rlthootc-iir 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO, 

OF HAETFORD, OOKTlSr i 
Residence in California Free of eilrn cborgo. 

me-bilf the annual premium. 

Book! nod PaiepbleiB conuioine fall details of (he srnlom of Lite rnsuraoco, can bo had at Ae^aetinoy. 

Ibe Cheapest and Best Life Insurance Company in the WoilfTl 

FIRE I>3±:I*^t.I^.T]>:fE;i^ T 'X , . 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HAHTFORD, OOIM-jNT; 

ASSETS, 531,000,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SA.S PRANCISOO FOR THE SEOUBITT OP POLTOY HOLtfenS, 

|50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK 



■ - - - - $1,600,000! 
Hiettei-s of Credit for ijjixi-±O s OOO. 

Washington Fire Insnrauce Co. Security Fire Inanrance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co. Park Fire lnaarau.ee Co. 

Arotio Fire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. J 

Park Fire Insurance Co, ^sT 



Board of lEefex' 



or W, T. Coleman ft (Jo. 
ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq., 

of Forbes k Baboock. 
JOON H. RKD1NGTUN. Eaj., 

of Redinglon & Co. 
J. D. KITTLE. Eiq., 

of Dawitt, Kitlls i Co. 



■enoes : 

J. P. FLINT. Esq., 

of Flint, Peahodr it Oo. 
LOUIS MoLANB. Efo,. 

of Wells. Fa.go & Oo. 
0. B. POLHEMUS, Esq. 

of AIboh i Oo. 

JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

Snn Francisco 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

agbnW 



at. <^m± m 

MILITARY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Bashes, Bt 

li !.<.', i.i i. li.y.M.irr', ri..v;j,;, [r iT,ui\'i;;ninuiiiLiii 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES, 

The snbsorlhor, lata a member of Ibia woll-kuowoFlrm, 

Wholesale and Retail Depot 

At 72S Broadway, New York City, 

W ha™ ho ^^^[.pr lo receive erd.„, and eii.eelsl- 

' «b„« :r la " 

SIBERIA OTX, 

TUB Broadway, New York City. 

ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

No but Piano- Sl«l in ojj. r Kn 

lpJlio™ nWd ' B< "° A "' lcr »°'l UipoTtoo tr'ade 

Bootmnn's Pianoforte Toning Scales, 

— SOMf-THINQ NEW- 

InKBTIJBIR OWN PIANOS 



"alii" " !:c ' h ' ,[ '-'- '-'Iri/iilar.,! 



■■Illllll I I U 1 



Twenty-five Cents! 
AWIBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery- 

No. C4DOLAY STREBT...5AN FllANCISOO. 

FOH srj OF!ISrT3. 

ALL STYLUS OP FANCV CA^HS Ofl LAROESr* 
rroportloonlfl) |„„. „„j „,irranlc.l iho b"* 

for 83 per Vof&\ 



PliotograiiL 



THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 



S. W. SHAW, 
I*or-tvait IPaintetf' 

Number ID, 3d lluor. Uercenlllc Libray l' oil!l( 
Coroerof llusb tdenlstiniiirjilwl'. 



AlO 



THF CALIFORNIA FARMER. 



S7 



Wot. i o e to Farmers! 



JF. &, C 8CIIBEIBEB 

DEALERS IN 

BEDS, BEDDING, 

FTJBNITXTBE, 




S"ittnirj Sjrrnb&rrj. 



HONEST FB 
Liiteh, yo til Ion of (hi 



I'B. prOUd 

Yet praude 
By lll-gi 



Hu<aU° ivlxiii night I* GlidiBgon, 
To Mid the holy prayer, 

And prm ., il, ..! tin r,\. a heavenly bnlrn 
For every worldly e.rc. 



V7n«S ,. i,i.,,, is .,!,.,. |,,.,| (^ , 




marriage, the minister la required 




Initials nod the date Df tbo marriage 




to cancel it. Clergymen will please 


take notice 


□f tbia important request. Il would 




Joriiwo if, after living together a 


ew montui, 


Ibe young wedded couple should n 


oko the dis- 


cc-very that their marriage was illoga 




of the clergyman's ignorance or ncgl 


ci. 


A snniwD old gentleman once said 


ohisdangb- 


tcr, " Bo sure, toy dear, that you n 




poor mail; but remember, the poorcs 


uinn in tfaa 










to tbo ladies. 




, A CARD. 




A period of (en years bus elapsed nit 




acrilicri first invited public attention 


o the pecu 


liar properties of Ibeir Patent Ailu-g 


ease. 


At Gral lliolr invention made bnt si 


w progress, 


out thanks to the liberal and npprec 






nnd coach 


proprietors of California, the demo 




munufuctnro hns gradually Increase 


, and not- 


wulisiunding tie mnny spurious imita 


ions, which 


from time to tltno bnve been Introduce 




Eastern Slates to compete with their 




IUL AXLE-GREASE baa now u 


c quired an 


unrivaled reputation, extending thro 




length and brendib of Cnlifornia, Orog 




neighboring Territories. 




Hut whilst tbc subscribers return tl 


eir grateful 






bnve jo largely patronised them, tbey 


Iso unite in 


general lamentation at tbo protrocici! 


difficulties 




nn.i envied 


land. The supply of raw material fro 


m the East 


having in consequence been entirely 
subscribers turned their attention to lh 
lion of CbaJ-ofl as a basis of their ru 


ut ou", (ho 


. .■Ul..,ll|ll- 


but niter applying every menus sugges 


ed by the' 




Uey were reluctantly compelled to the 










qualed, it 



in : >t> l-:,.„,l y l,|.„ ,.-,■, k .,„.!, „„. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.., ■ ' prlrp.,^, nnd f.,r ivliirh il' si,,,,,!; i, „,-. , ,j lt 1 1 <J 

■ i-...l.|'.' 'u'l''!''"'.^.,!"!-.'','' !rV''"^,'i"l ^!^"'' r '''. , r .' v,ni ']"Z ['"' "* "" " ,l, l" ,Jl1 ll > <""'■<■ » permanent 

MirVi; "■,■,■; '„. ','i "" v,",' ''■' "=■■""■ "^'iio ;!;"":" ' :,,iii, ' ri 'V: ii|k - vi H:'">>iun;..' , t , 1M ,iM 

i V. „ '■■ ,'i ,' ", ' ' ;' ■ ,, r ""' "" | - r| " "■■■'■ ,l fr ■■■■...hie 

In'-). l.iJt'i TL „i il,„l \ v ■ ■ ■"'U-.-iml 'Ju pine ".■(-< oil,,-, lw>.in tllesa forests. 

i>'(l«r.nTy -■(.', .-riicr.r v. '.'ill X^J.i ',,'■ .tY^'l J,' "' "'"'"'H,' '"Viled attention 10 thlS Subject, they 

in.y, and «i F I..MI, ...-.,„ „ .„ 1, ,.,.;„, ,.,.,.,.;, . ,,,,,[ ll: " r-i'h r.-ci-i ir;d one parcel ur I lie crude. 

'; , ii"!i!'i l ; 1 ;; i r, , ";"' , r""";' ; ' ' r '\" |l ' ,|i ' : V''-' r '^.- 1 !,', r ,- n,,;. , >,, .mi^ln!^,! 1 ''";-';.,''',^'™^' 

IV. .,.1, ,!:.,;- ri l '- | ' | ,,l|,, ' ,c veJ : I ((lr »" I'elievi. our lorry rnminl.iinf niid our 



nai 














h may hercaflcr bo Imported. 












Nnloma nnd Miimn atresia, Sun Kranclsc 


crt Pulu, Ana Saniomt StrM.—Qo daw 



SAWYER 8s CLARKE, 

IMi'OHTERs AMD DEALERS |H 

Pare New York, Boston, and New Jersey 

CIDER, 



}$tJZ 'Cider Vinegar. 



proeodoaledly loo. 

Cornor of From m. ana ilronilwny, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




..fa. IE* 30|Sq D l m J....(C| 






WMSM 




~Jo$~ : Jru. P, 










volume: xx. 



SAN FRANpISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1863. 



NUMBER 13. 



fys California farmer. 



Jy'Sbf.'tp HusbaudrJ 



rsare the two great! 
ind wealth Ihroughn 
icicj that havo given 



Ft'FIU-'^KI) r.VKKV rTJIWY M0I1MIH1,. 


1 


BY I. K. PHILLIPS * 00 




0C«— ft'ii.U) Gil) Krfrt f«B HO/rO, *t!oo Jhtlrr^. 
















iCily uBwriberhdeli'ciBlbrearTter.ie'aeeoL.aauraber 




■9aTMrhlsdrtate. 




!ta".*™« , " , " ,,u ""' s ° b " :Il, "" , " """' b * paw 


« 


WB-WORK-Or axevv de-crlptfoe. doao wltt prc-ntt* 
















y^-*— ■* 


P 


Why Bees DoVt Moko More Honey. 


„ 


■ hire heard a vrry jingulnr, yet very plausible 




eon why bees have oot dune well lately, or why 


Ir 


sy do not l»y up their nsual store of hooey for 




inter. 11 ccrininlv nil! be remembered ih.it od 




i 6rft Imrodnctloa of bees into California, il 




u wilh great eclat nod b furor was raised— 




(rvbody was oo the " bee mania," lame m every 


go 






irtolblr; "to most wonderfully overflowing the 


bn 


res wiih honey until it " cropped oot" like our 




lunrtr, leads, " and often paid belter. The in- 


as 


case of swarms wns without precedent, giring 





nations. The a 



woven by fem,.l. 
derived. It ii r 

id Ihe duughl. 



pherd, and being 
i hav.-n princely 
i, ,: he ,nit bis eons loro/e and hi) dnugb- 
Mc in vol! irorie, tbtfne example of Cllnrlcs 



ailful, 



i of our territory. The Pacific Railroad nnd 
■groat works for the development of the conn- 
would be pushed on. The whole Southern 

e. Capital would Uow to us from all purls ol 
world for investment in our securities nod 
s of improvement, for faith In the stability 

before. IV b shnuld then occupy the position 
viog paiied through tbe fiery trial unscathed, 
bo Did havo n standing army nod ub Immense 
tt wo ought 



The 



ly four hundred thousund tons of sugar 
jelognnooallyiroporied would he 
me. These considerations speak at 



debt 



' tbo 



i of r 



oy other country. Thi 



—The product frc 

ntlnned for Rome Ibre 
leu .od less nod Ih. 
h the past year, fron 



ade inn i'Ii honey nnd have oot i n creased nwarmf. 
fee chin,-, has been rooit singular. Tbo eaose is 
InrjdOubtrdly the want of feed utid the wont nf care 
BKlleolioo— lor the bee speculation, Ilko evtry- 
!br else when il » don't pay," the thing ii Beg- 
ad piven up, nnd so tbe hires lay round 
poor neglected "hy-gooc." 
?asoniog ond philosophy of our friend was 

lighted with Ibe genial climo and Ihe 
rk in good enro- 



ll Ibei, 



i did, t 



ing so hard all thai 



Illy cnncluded they would adopt the "loafing 



at Chieoac. The fc 



humming around," 
witlmulalbuugbtofcu 
keaa thio is for the Bee 

' V ■ 

V Sum tumor Fallow 



nnd acquiring tin 
viog only from daj 



> It ii possible to plow, nnd he will Icar 
jMy broad ncres in falluw for his noil year' 
Bkr all bis present year ia planted, nnd thu 
•"' pl V i every year by ibis sysletn: lo pluu 
only off laud that has been one yea 

\L — , 



11 pM« neatly and smoutlily u "usbcl i 

»nd activity of lb* operator. Jlejara. Treat 
fiSo., bold, tbe patent right, for this cojj 
In saw , d ||ing these machines at the lu 
ol JJ no each, Tne , ou |j. DCKd be knD „ 



•roperly „ 
Kplweatally, „r 



■^»tv C il 



'gnn greally lo iocreaja in Great Britain, and 
mnecilon with the growing commerce of 
luntry at length encoded the export of won 

ntaandij baring been for cealnrlra tbo friroi 



urodiictlan of corn,"i^iltle,Jind hogfl in tbe Weil 



I FlC per cent on tbe value at Chicago. The nvc 
nge price of hogs nt Cblcsgo lor ten yeara pn< 
i as been S3. 75 per hundred, and Ihe cast of trans 
lunation to market T5c. a hundred, ranking 2 
tier cent on Ibe valno at Chicago. The nvcrag 

ndrcd, nod tbe cost of irons por latToo to marke 
e. ft hundred, being nn average of 25 per cen 
tbo value at Chicago. The average price o 
,ol has been about 40 cents n pound, and the 






!jc. 



nniuniplionorwoo 
he coming year is 160 million or pounds 
o the clip il Is supposed will fall short of 7r 



: Been will bcVqX 10 ra.k. uo tbe deficiency, 



by theunhoiy policy of Englood in furnisl 



e mostly imported from IlnenOi Ayres, il 

Df Good Hope and Australia, produced lo 

eiteot by IMtijb capital. Wby should n 

the capitalists of the Dnited Slates who nre tro 



lla with an Gnglii 
Ibo breaking out or 

. by Northern capl- 



it the t 



of il 



orthera" to which Trni is sobject, wonld ren- 
der the uodertaking much more profitable In the 
West. Can there be any doubt of the success of 
it If conducted with 
ordinary Judgment! "Come let us reason together" 
future. The rebellion Kill 



, tilt i.r.j. 



t, for I 






n the loyal Stntes that would Ii 






of CBtcrpriso wnuld bo likely U 



I Ihe rebellion b 
fall lo be nn im 
uunlry. A new apiri 



States greatly den 
!d sopplies of miliu 



j of Europe. Thes 



An Old Callforofprrj ot tbo East 
A Tonch on Politics— Party leaders— Rioters, Eto. 

EtJITOn OF THE CjLtFonsuFlHMSu: 

the Sew York Democracy, let mn say thot a Firth 
Arentifl Codfish Arlstonict leads them here In 

them in July, is my father, who for fifty years has 
been the earnest and the tried friend of the work- 
ingmnn. One of tbo rioters meeting my white- 



■Wt-ll. ri.iri 



laid] 



as you ate In the way of vengeance 
pyou." Tkii fa Democracy, Is il 7 I 
shamed of the name nawell.B. having 
i Now York. My blood boll* when I 
protended DmocraU. Said one of 
these fellows tbe other day, "Oh, you need not 
•guenny longer, the damned country bos gouo 
." I wish you could see the Eiprcia, Ihe Jour- 
.1 of Gomtn»rce, nnd the World ; bought up by 



, they 






lonecesjltyofin 
hiogj exchange 
lug our imporla 



imeliof all kinds 
ility («od by many 
ibility) of serious 



:ullure is more likely to protc profitable in the 
future lhan sheep husbandry. 
Id tbe discBssion of Ihis subject we hnve said 

a declare the general principle thatjill domestic 

fed, well watered, well salted and well sheltered— 
I (bey should bare u frequent change of pas- 
;, and hi wide b range as possible, and that 

dry litter should be placed In tbe yards where 
>y lie at oigbt in stormy or cold weather, know- 












o pren 



hlskiodi 

if prosperity be enjoys bo is'indebtcd to the Weal, 
.od when ho shall ceaga to rememher the obtiga- 
iOB, may bis right hand forget its cunning, end 
lis tongue cleave to the roof of bis mouth, ile 
■iacercly believes that the present i, ibo golden 
.ijiportunlty for the west lo enter upon n career ol 
unparalleled prosperity, and whatever bo can do 

The riffhl band of friendship how oft nav„ I grasped, 
And bright oyt ' 



loyal Democrat should follow tbo cxunpla of ont 
party in California. Glory to the Union Democ 
racy of California I say I, with nil my heart. 'The 
frur leaders of tbo parly, like Brodcrkk, Di», 
Dickinson, Duller, [loll, nnd Walker, Bra all loyal, 
while Know-N.nbings like Brooks, gamblers like 
Ben. Wood, and oristocraia like bis brother For- 

man at election times, pretend to lead tho parly 
io disloyalty. These traitors nnd traitorous pa- 
pers should all he crushed. It \a\ misfortune 
Ihnt nil thn Unioaisls hero do not join Ugethcrio 
hands, hot they nro leaving everyiltrng to ibe 
Government. In our druggie /or life every man 

tant, instead of contenting himself with being loynl 
and leaving tbe Government to look after ihe loy 
ally or his neighbors. The large number of idl 
men io a city like N'ew York, offers n good oppot 
tuuily lo tho cunning demagogue, nnd cxperieni. 
showe how well it has been understood and lake 
advantage of. Tbo action af tho mob, howove. 
in July was nnt foreseen by the leaders. Once I 
action, the furious crowd spared neither friends no 



and Ihey used to 


ntb 


boasl or New i 


orkers. 


Anoiher cbnng 


lad 


ligbtful. It usee 


to bo tha 


custom or the wc 


lihj 


and those who 


ould af. 


out on the Bloom 


ngda 


c rood— and aso 


rypleas- 


nro it was; tbo d 








nn a trip lo Wash 


e— 




iho invi- 


latloo of n frient 




r elegant baron 


he with 


Us spun of splen 


1,1 It 


caparisoned bor 


cs turns 


into Ihe Fiflb Ave 


nue 


nd takes its place 


innpro- 


ccssinnnf anperb 


esinb 


is bnients, en rour 


ibr Cen. 


iral [Wk. Yon fi 


ad 1. 


e barouche of yc 


ur (riend 


completely collps 


d by 


the gorgeoufl 


qui page i 


of others. In p]i 








follow the throng 


farou 


gh tho delightfnl 


avenues 








d soiled 


dreescs, you see b 


info 


aces Bud Ibo mns 




lo costumes tbni 


boa 


1 nf the modistn 




vent, nod where you u 


ed to Urn of lb 


Quaker 




dnnt 


of Ihe Great, you 




denied by Ibe tuago 




t-riden. 


Tho spectacle oo a 


ny s 


uooy afternoon 


s olmnst 


fairy like, and yoi 


bud 


yourself wonderi 




ore renlly in New 


ork 


tnd in wartime. 












bo dark sides of 


Sew 


York, particular!) 


over in 



r far 



n Ibe ' 



tuowicn ULiS-DsScXn.— The Polynesian says 
:lngof the sognr pluniatiooB : Io gi 



jns. Mutcalf's plunlation bus turned ou 
irgcBl crop tbla year— about 150 tuns. Th< 
i bulk Is thu Prlnctvlllo plantation— about JOu 
>os. Tbe crop uf Ihis celebrated plantation will 
veroga very hnndsomcly, nomlihilonding thi 
iw price of sugar, nwing to Us soperior uod uni 
irm quality, nod has already gained n high rcpn 



tlion, Ililo, Hawaii, has 1 



upwards of BOO tc 



The bark Cambridge sailed on tbo xOlb ull., for 
in Franeiico with a lull cargn of Hawaiian pro- 
ice, thn principal pan grille, cargo being sugar, 

was tho largest quantity of sugar, we bellovc, 
Is port In any one vessel. Tbis 




Umalilla and Wnlla Walla, WaihlugJn'Terr'fo"' 

and come iwo hundred nod twenty. iivo miles ca* 

th from Lewiston, Idaho Territory. 



would run tho price of n substitute up to 55,000, 
ihe rich man would get deal anyway, and ytfu, 
my friend, would have lo abouljeAyour njiukei, 
[(..however, lo the 



to qunrler nenr Tompkins Square. The largo 
nnnt bouses, thank God I yon do not bear of in 

io summer. I need not say that I did nol repeal 
y rides on ibe East side of town. In justice I 
oughi to any that some of tho tenement house* 
ate even elegant ; I have seen jome io Ell! ridge 
street that are very clean and very convenient in- 
side, as well ns ornamental outside, hut, only 
think, sii nnd seven stories high I II is true that 
Ibo Fifth Avenue, hotel Is sii stories high, bul 

car and ore screwed up very comfortably to tholr 
place of abode. 

lute, bold in the Academy of llusic. I i4j.fl equal- 
ly disappointed in tbe Fair and in the grfal Opera 
House. The Fair wns not eqonl lo IheVnt on 
given by our Mechanic's Institute, and thE Acad- 
emy looked very dingy. I rogreted the oipendi- 
ture of a very dirty poslngo slump, aiibough I 
wanted to get rid of il. On my my home, I wit- 
nessed a largo conflagration, Bi>d was eumewbnt, 
surprised at tho want of method in tbe Fire Do- 
prejudiced. I see much tu admire in New Ynrk, 
bul much tu condemn. I wandered thr nugh Ibo 
print shops yesterday nnd was particularly de- 
lighted with n duplicate of the Derby Day, on ex- 
hibition at Schaua'. It is ib 



■like pic 



-], L -lm. 



Tho 



IB Ibe Express and 

ong, instead of gloryiog 



c-gloved fernando Wood 



engraving, 

and although greatly 

disappointed me. I was much interested 

g Brady's National Gallery ; It is one of 

agreeable plnces to look in at for a 

i looking through tho An galleries nnd 
of Now York. I tried lo hear Mr. Snm- 
reei tbo other evening, hut the crowd 
dangerous. Ills curious what distin- 
guished Demourata or ihe Old School wore on tbo 
platform ns friends of lit. Sumner, while Know- 
S'olbinga like Brooks, nnd Codfish Aristocrat! 
like tbu Woodi, lead tho Democracy of ihe New 
School, outside. 

ncn who have /orctd their opinions on mo. I in 
iorry lo Buy that the Irish, or rather Borne of thom, 
iro mndo tools of by tbo Know-Watbingi o[ tho 
amoks' School, who try lo persuade them IhuJ lb* 
*nr is solely lo put the Negrnei In [njicayb't thn 

riBhln every department of labor. TnlTnbBurd, 
.otloo is carefully nursed by the politicians. An 

rkbrnan said the other day that tho Government 



My sigbl seeing has hecij^broaghl to a Buddi 
irminaliou by n fit nf sitkncss. I question if 



"ulfkiinlv l. 



dgns :igbt. I conn 
;c is wonderful. II, 
iu Broadway, wilh Hi 

Id place, and atlho 



warts old place, and „yh mnrblo Iscarefull 
mud every year nr Bo,Ievon Ihis lonk. no* 



ltd in 



olbci 



e ones, eailices, these ornamcotnl marble od- 
most ngrcuably surprised roc. Tbo change 
ually fortune.,, iB lho „ sidenC es of the 
wealthy uptown; tho day of unalghlly stroct- 

,,M P" sacl1 B «ay In New Ynrk. Yuu have no 

half mean tho old City Hall looks in corn- 



er displayed by I 
Know. Nol hiiigljui 






upholding 



igb words I left 
nhiimsluu.i.ourigiiiirant Irishman 

;!!':'.'.r' ,l ,'r!."^,' l l '!' i,l [ ''i ,| i' , " r, " J,u ' ■)'"■•"■'••■ n 

I ■.:: I. 1 I :■" .1- , '■:■, '■) „ J; ':!■ j f f.'. ;\''' '\ .', 
ftuarcby. ^ A • 



Tha 



Tho oucc 


:::,',"! 


"." 


HoeO. 
Irendy ntknil 
villi Cotton 


edm 


nyof 




il-l |,r„m f ,t 


all 


who hnvo lb 




and 


»'-.-).■ 


T -',„ 


L w 


"XoffeMo" 


n"!'! 




/jl.-i,,,/ (' 
s lho he 
urchuse 
arl, as 


: 


d. 
nil 




tncq 


Sea. 
allly 
lot, 




-I.-.i- 1 1 foe Exhibition. 






j in ,.iii. 


V7ZZ! 


jo 
ih 


r models of itnpti-mcnti 
Eihibitiou llootu or tbo 
re tboy will bo nkihilti 



THo Voimoat State Fair »nd Wool-Gi 

CouviiiitSon 
A cowistojiotct of Moore's Rural New YorkM 
,„,: The show or uh»lt wm not toV o- "» 

first daj, but good- Tb« staple producing 
Vermont! v il: Merino., was -bo chief ftMure. 
Mr Hammond being the President of ill" Bodely, 
did o«n 6 b w. R. W. Sanford and >&■ Swt*« 
showed lomn nty superior (beep. 

Al 1-0 o'clock the Wool-Growers Convenuo 
assembled. There «» considerable hesitation 
vfaMhf* 10 h.ve the speech ° f Hon ' ntB ; r S - , ,°' 
d.U then, or *>fer It until the closio^ J *J •" »' 
Fair ■ but .8 it mu, *>J «q ouL > ■P"'"'*" aa ° d " 
drees io regard lo sbeep, end as >' «*« f0Qnd 



.air> sboold be used. Pisco 3 br -1 pl«« U P°' 
be door, let the hoi upon them, a few d<7 ' dl " el 

ir ODlflOOgCDOUgb 

,d all cot or ealeo 
When ibe bor is Tall, put ft f« 
cover looielj wilb Ibo lid, leax 
be moisture to escape. Floe. 
ip of ft, nod proceed to fill io lb' 









"Michael L. Sullivan, Esq., for msov T"™ 0DD 
D f ibo Urfltit nod most devoled formers of Ohio, 
1"., J^i crcs stretched tho rich valley of 
a tho right or Ibo domo of the cnpitol, 

lands In Franklin- 



the Juice. Potlhis loft largo j" "' joran other 
vessel, nod in about 2* hours, or, tr the weather 
is hot, perhaps less, tho pulp of ibo lornfilo will 
rise to Ibo lop as the scum rises on small beer. 
Skim ttil3 nil off, aud Ihen put ibo juice in jour 
,;„„... t. B D r hnrrcl, and pul it in a warm place, 
do not bate Ihe ben of vinegar 1 shall 
1. Wo hnvs been using ,o 



SEED WAREHOUSE. 

OiSTABLl,HE9 IK I860.) 

S. W. MOORE. 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALBBn 
CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT,) 

Agricultural 



Ornamental Tree and Shrill 
SEEDS, 

NO. 408 CALIFORNIA STREET,! 







_v 



T 



THE CA-LUFORNX^ FARMED. 



^ 



91 



California %Qtts: 

fToefollnwinf; 



[' Cl-K 



and loo late. Tor ii 

jlogrSI 



NOTE OK SKPTEMBEIt, 1863. 
dim <?«.«.— Tho renders of the Railroad 

sts, which it Enclj delineated lo TChlp- 
junt or loose Indians. This direnion li 

10 run Ulbroogb or loltc It op wiln tnoir 
fore It falls to Ibe groood. From Heed'. 






loarf Father! allowed o 
g the neophytes thuL we. 



(imp ilir.iu^h tbs performm 
ai iho njipoluled limi 
llHbw. Tholtinggi 



ic prevailed through 
i old rufdlpoera i 
iciingllok with l 
ilnrndo. The oih 



cjiu, for ddI less than twenty different pbllolog 
Sail works wero writleo before lfiuu on Ibe Mojoe 
Yakla, Opatos, Fapogos, and Pimas of tbs Gils 
livniK within a circuit at some 400 ra Ilea, anil 
vet one general language, on comnarlsnn by tbo 
niijjioDoricB, was found to preruIUnnoogsl Iflem 

Tnana li eihlblled at ttr^tarjlnnd Inatitole, 
Baltimore, a wonderful clock, the work of a clock' 
maker named itorrrll, which lout fourteen years 
incomplete. This clock runs clgbt daja, strike-! 
the quarter hours on foor different bolls of tat'loui 



up, HgbU » 



a in the 



:, rioga 



nek, and drives 
dcaperate light 



rrner with a glut 
rescue. A hunter at « distn. 
le or affair) and fires at the i 
be other disappearing Into 1 
image d 



I writers hove given of the Sac 
d Sun Jonquir, tribes. 
Tkt RiKhitla fnJ,™ =/ tht Tulart,.- 

incTaco Wide West, ofl 855, may I 



e Indiaoologv, b 
the remaining nrl 
[Ulrers. The Wli 



■le volumes of Schoolcraft's History of the Id- 
Ifibes, mac be found tome eiwllent notea 
vocabularies of the same Indians by Adam 

is Sierra Knaia /.loVant.— These tribes no- 
nkably seem to he ajSUti from the Klamath 
^stalhe TtjOBj probably they are all Pah- 

hOBtBcfthcciieosiiclrdinributcdSbDibones. 
nlchlna' Callfornin Uugoiiot, for April 1850, 
be fouod no Medium article on this class of 
Iribes, laid to be written by Sir. Wndswm 
editor of tbo Placcrrille American, a v 
iBbraled paper in Its day. These notes 
■A by most faithfully eieented wood-c 
j I'm. .i,.| life or the California Indi 
aeatluns Boold aoswer for all the co 
bei of the nncionl Mi-sion districts. It km, 



i "~"" u — K 

Tntn pLAHTWn — Tt was slated in an nrliclo 



zoRiy <& oo., 

GENERAL AGENTS, AKO 

Commission & Forwarding: 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO j 

1 BBErtMAX STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



FOE 

AGMCULTDRALIMPLEMENTS 



ie of our duily papers Ibat 



pccUIly tho lanalne pi 
BptUih, will be inure 



ited that 



E tbe 



B? the Tulare couotry ind those or the Sac 
JgjtSiem Nevada conn tries, nod those, 



serrations have Inlorpreter-aed agents 
ly acquainted with their la^u.ge, bah- 
ran, gomes, feaala, dances, trndi 

ssnryand mneh required work, be 



jon.irj o 


San Jus 


uCur 


llMnn 


of 1824 


wlin 




•o lights I 


) gu 


do him 


aa tbe p 




IsJ/r^ 


n« o/ D 


IM, 


-Whe 


WB CO 


. 


Qtr the 


great n 


mhe 


of i 


sleds 


the 






J g=-* 


wn aught ant 




Icrrii.l ,i 


ib« pret 
d Mexico 


ails among 
Take fur 






















a of .Mr 


ed the Gre 






erlenn s 


peak 




d Engli 


i we 


e tn 




Fnf 




"i, ntunng 


tha 
lo fi 


d tha 


crery f 


n, he 
tyo 



to Ibe out of i 
h of each English 



(at. What n ,ny be stated nf England, i s nlsu 
fa(Qera,nnj,.Frnoce, Spain, etc, Unto 
P- Apply ibis great and llring fa;t K Call. 

Pplldlous language i. no longer dlflkuiTol 
P». Tb-re are radical mother lani/u^i, in 
|«<.»bAmn, i «.,a. 1 ber.. t . now ,r m !d„a 
«1", and they nrco.ily t Q be discovered by long 



raUr. i 


ill. liCc ally all t 
Bogota from pe 


Wbi-n \ 


In PncIDc North 
gaibelom nlo.t 



of Los Angel, 
be eecn in oi 
murmctl in oi 
B San Jnoqui 



J.»f tho highest pranlfcnl value In Tulare io- 
U|>iian,. A ytIJ „ Iaaee f „ c( wfls brnugh[ 
IEM, hyHt. Irea, ne pertainluit m Hie 



properly on ou, 



•art. V ,ue villages cannot con' 

eehotber. Tula |, found, however, to bb ,,„, . 
» "lib Ih, Pima clana or tribe, {„ nuny h^iuccy 



ind from tho guerrillas by n no»el method. She 
.w them coming, nnJ lenrlng op nn end of tho 



lore awhile, but Gnaily crairled out Into a corn- 
eld, and escaped. They burned the bouse, bul 

A UCflJCiL bed baV been invented in Germany. 

piece of mechaniam the pressure nf the undy pro- 






ZORN & CO., 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



186 3. 



THRASHING MACHINES! 

V 



A CARD. 



enbera first invlied public attention to the pecu 

■! a largo portion of the leanmcrs and conch 
•roprietota of California, tbe demand for tbuli 

rithslandlng tho many spurious imitation a, which 
om time to time have been introduced from the 
aalcro Stales to compete with their article, lbs 
I*L AXLE-GREASE has now acquired an 
nrivuled reputatloo, unending throughoot the 
mglb and breadth of Cnliforoin, Oregon, and tbo 
clgb boring Territories. 

Hut whilst tbo subscribers return thoir grotcrnl 
cknonrledgeracnts lo a discerning public, who 
nve sn largely patronised them, they also unite in 



id the! 



is ur tbeir 



■i f\ i dr- 



ier applying every 

n application uf tuc acieaca ol Uhernisiry, 
teri> reluctantly compelled to the conclusion, 
ses, end for which it stands unequnled, It 
ot at all adapted to make a permanently 
iclury Aile- K rense. In this dilemma tht 
rlbcrt turned their views in tbo native prn, 
tf Cnlllornla, believing that large quantlile, 
urnl rr-in migln bt collided from the oobli 



igbly pine Torests, will yet give us that supply. 
ad if tbo subscribers ran nnly obtnin the 
itive resin In anfficent quantities, tbcy^wTjl b« 
ilo lo sell Ibelr celebrated Aile-grease at a lowei 
■ice thuniinyof the sporluus coul-uil varieties, 
iiith lu.iy li.-rcifii:r In' imported. 

WICKS & LAHBEBT, 



New Native Apples, 

:e attentk 

col lac lion of 

S Native Apples, ^ 

Of vhich wo have a roma.kahly una and thrifty stock, 
euibracla,, a large varioty obtained from all pari I nf the 

...ir!, nr.-J H'esl It undoubnair contains many va- 
rioli. ■ ivhi-h "ill nr-ja cntnentlr unlifl lu lb.. ,.,il :,n,l 
ellraata of Calif.™** 5 C.taltijue, o» ha obtainolV 
ibe olSce nf iba California Parmor. 

W PACKING rlaoe In the best manner and ihip- 

EDWD. j. EVANS ft'coT 

G YORK, PannsylTanla. 



t. i,l lire 



Oki of tho must impnrunt of all conn's dotlcs 
with bis lempDrnl nlloln, Is lo guard 

v.-i-ll for Hi,, l,.i,..iu «-i" di- l,„,,lv „,„l l,i,i,..,.|i; 
U I* then one ufTbo jirinmrv 'luLIu:. In l:„p hi> 
-"■- r all kinds tnsared, Ihns making npro- 

bim forauppon, a 
This can now be 

Au-rmy i.f M-s/r*. llijiflow Brothers i riinl™"!" 

Ip't ma£r E^Lct ECvHeT 
Jones, paying tbeta lo gold wltboul 



ABE IN RECEIPT DIRECT 

from tha Manufacturers or a superior lot nf 
QENUIKE 

PITT'S, and C. .ii. nilSSBCL & tUo'a 

CELEBRATED 

E1CHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AND QEABBD. 



4, 6, lO, and 12-Hor*se 

16 and 22 foot Stackers, 

FARIIEKS are espoelally requested local! and eiao 
ino before pnrehaslng elunhars. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 

9 Soniomo street, near PsclBo. 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Comer of Front and Washington streets 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

on hand and for sain 



CAULDRON KETTLES, 

10 to 300 Gallons. 

FARMER'S BOILERS 



PORTABLE FORGES, 

AllSiEo-fr Camp-work, Eto. 

Pressed Eossla Mining Pans— Seamlfss, 

PE OEATED E03SIA ntON , 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED 07EBSTRDS0 BASS 

'Full Iron Frame Pianos 

hill. ,',! I „■■■'■ I. .."'"'ihn Touch alartl^Bwh"^".;™!*! 
fur fi.o jcar.. Price, frnra |2tt u HOO. 

-Ha nnraea Waters Plana* am known as arnnai tho TorT 
omJ-BKoiaylUl. " 

Ur " f ',", r .'..!''l"i' "|| (| ,l '!^|j™ ') ,l,B,|i ? coraparliOB With 

SlT»,-- MEW T OCTAVE PIANOS 

SffiW^rKS™ "V^.n'j.h.a'd'^l.t,' .id Nctou'io'aT'al'iH 
H0,»Jo,|60.»73,|I W ,»||5,eil!5,»lM,and »100. . *^ 

THE HORACE WATERS MEL0DE0N3 
AND HARMONIUMS 



Tuoed Ibo Equal TVmrara 

from j»0 

S C a^,, A L 



t300. ALEXANDEK n r. 



THE DAT SCHOOL BELL. 



X\A.OHEOO 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 

MTHE UNDBnalOMED OBKIBK TO CALL 

THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 

"" ' ; V : ' ' ■ v ' : Vi^M 

A NEW GANC PLOW. 

E7EETKIHD OF CASTINGS 



"Wroiigritt-Iron 

"MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 
It.4.IVGJ-ES, 

Of Alieisai, for nolals, Slo amors and Illnlng Com- 
MAMUFACTUREBS OP 

TIN, 

,' SHEET IRON, 

COPPER, 

BRASS, 

ZINC, ' 

JAPANED GOODS. 

All Kinds of 9 Sfampcd or Pressed Work. 



i:::;l':; 



a!' "u"^ "*=*' Cn*™," "M«'l m- U r the ™iVln'( 
i'ci'i' bound OT™™. l^'paTlcl^™* teMj'tS 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 

DUIn< 141 ™ej and aasrlj S00 tunes nad bjran. aa 
■— 'i ■ lolil ,„!, m," "In tb»tt t lii" P »a^? f01 .° , jf*'{J 1 ^' 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



nJ a.-yly '■. 



!■ ^ner 



-A,;-,:, r 



'"• ^Z"' ,D0 ' tlMJi"™ 



TUB 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

THE OEIGINALl. P. STEWART. 

Eael Saving nnd Comfort Produoing 

LARGE OVEN 

SOJIHElt AND WLNTER AlR-TlGnT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bitnminons Coal. 

IMI'llllVM. IV (NOU, 



Anonlkn Is fn.lted lo the follunlng nolnla of snpsri- 
i Sars!'^!™ nt now°in' ™uw ii™t"a™°c<,? l uV'\* 

ksnnloucouiiilclolj 



i'i- 1 1, , -i,i „:.,'; 

Urn:.] ri'iiy, -lu .■, 

price? iTnlilahirraaFirleer*'™ """*"' *' ""^ 

THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONS BOOK 

^'"o'l^wV^eofi^^^Wi^V""' ■ 

THE HARP OF FREEDOM 



n-\ |...Tfi--[ly f,;i 



— Bah 






II : 


Eco 


™m 


-Sa 


i" 


Ihn 


oust or the 












'H. 






'■.!■ 








«ir 


oollylnio Hi 














1 !' 


ated 


II al 


ata 


i 1 * 


Mil 





lr..ni^.,iy ln.irl.'j h, ,. .. --,,..; 



-<■ \. Ill-Ill & ll,|.,„-; 



An Extra Flock of Sheep for Sale, 

ms A Lf 1 !^'; 1 ' fnSEDElL AilOUT TO leave 

i™r. : - L '--,' : ' '';.■■:;,"';" '^-^.T^'A 

i^ulJ 1« laUu li, tha KHIf,. •.■'""- L '" u, ■ of iuiulry 



thal^^ril^f^^arorln^l^rio'u; "* ^^ 
•■>■■>> 1 J ■ -.- I'.-.it, „ Hr. n!l -,„„ vi i. W .,.»],.„ Dloskw 

XBairfT'-"'"" 11 '"'' 1 ""™^ 

na-lionat.i i,r Hi... [|.ii„. ■(..„. iu.ii.itMini in iho mar- 

Sl'l. 1(1 my "( BlilrJi rf-'.'llllllo It.- Sl.':.J,t M| ,l r | D ,„ 

'■ ,11 ".""."'' 1 " ■' Hm.,,, |,,:.., : ,., „„„f l„ L cal &- 

l, 1 ,'!. "ii' , 7'.'.'. .'.""; ''"'"-".'I. 1, '' "''KH'All-I-.aL.l 



""ilfovi 



M. SICK LET! , 



JACOB zeoh:, 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 

^^KET aiKEET, 
I ?b E M?hT T , < now B h '"™^ ™ TUB PCBLI 



EUTH: A SACRED CANTATA 

:.,.■ in... i-i- { ,- r loo. e ™» -° eeoti, lis po r too. bomjj 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

■Wo. wT^u » m 2[£Fl p rLrS 

THE ATHENAEUM COLLEflTION 
^a,a^™ ^k^, P S^ u °%* nl '^ a, - n " 

llORACe WATERB, a,',. 
An of the (i.Booia. * U B ™ d " , "Ti "«* Vork, 

VOOAL MUSIO, 
with Piano Aodumpaniptont. 

3,o°ruZr^ n;." r s^a?£5S 



16 Pa«. JACOgzs I^',l,,L'.J I,, HulMCL KATEIta ,A.V 







S|e. Mitaia farip 



...-OCT-30.186 3 ' 



tbe mini 



How to «ead Money by HaO. 
„n < w Mrt iter '•" i" «** * ^ 'J™ "' *^ ™~ rJ - 



hrnr. We p 
its mines, e.c. Oar residents 
bo little of tho magnitude « 
wo nil! comrscore with 

in Water Company, nt Murphy. . 
7 lame water compitniM that supply- 
nswith (ha lire giving liquid, 



of wbl 



liltlu 



company is iho North Fo 



IbrjDU 

if the Stanislaus. For the firsl aloe roues i 
lilcb has right feet fall <° lb* »i le . is "6 hl fl 
n-ido u the lop, 6« fcei at the bottom, "d tbi 
fec.deep,r<lviag;!l square feet of wnler, and t 
if four miles nntoour; from thence I 
■pe miles by Ibe creek to the Durne wbi 



i net 



in (■■.-'. 



Tho Law of Hnwsn»p;rs 
L tBtxeiDicnvba do f?'f , ""l l "j" 



AGENTS WASTED. 



ToeTntremaeo, Florists and lavanlori In tho United 
States and Europe. 



TWtedoor garden 



n r,'; Ii;~-'t.I'j. | 1 <'" ":*" 



ia four feel wide nod threo ft 

i nod corrici 18,000 incbe3 of water ; ibeoct 
lusasaditcbwayl miles southeast, two feet 
t and 20 laches deep. This ditch oilcnds 01 
■sonihe main fork beyond Murphy's. Tbi 

is 3a feel deep, 000 feel on the face ; it bos i 
b dam, wilb a solid baae GO feet thick, wbicl 
,a truer bnck 1J miles. To show the amoon 



friendship for tbal teacher, for, can parents «■ 

[key hardly oVtrspioTt lo'or notlcol Schools an. 
pill, and the eaosc of education, sulfur verj 
ich everywhere for ibis dlrelictioD of duty, oi 
- pari of poreDle. Wo hope tbu evil will b 
Goo building for lb 



ed ia .be prcflr«X<£»V ""*."„,-,, hIU now a arc enjoying .be ble-sings or onr peaceful S ' 
,,( mud, ...Hisfoci.oiNl.l.i Hit "i „„ Plina . L0 „M auc |. we say lo thin, "beware of AlallrS 



permanent abiding place. Tttroogb lb. ««t> 
of some of iia devoted members, tbo preien 
loe lies been purchased and Gued up for ..J 
ThVsceond «Wtf I' occupied as a library ro 
■be books (<•' which It bum wry ««™ 



re of Al M r. 

nl ibcre are many, very many good men 1B JJ 
who were born south of ilasoa nod gflH 
e, and nbo, although Ibcy think and Ittiiii 
illy from Xo 



10 good it might, Ibe blur 
rs and parent 
nil. Wo do 



and if I' 



a Ibe 






4 built I 



[be fame plan. 

This Company supplies Murphy's, Douglas Pint, 

Frcceb Cimp, Yallccito, Angel's Camp, lliwkeyu, 

" 'foo, Albany Fiflt, and all .hot section of tbi 

niry belweeo Son Antonio river and Cuyot. 

oo'diBlance is about 100 miles, one-boir of tbii 
d'unor ground. Tbe price of water is 35 cenls 
inch lo miners, and !o families the cost is oo ao 
TBge or ooe dollar a month, Miners os n gen- 
I rale use a 20-ineh stream, costing S5 a day. 
me companies use Tour streams, cosliug 520 o 

e Ooinpnriy is £100,01 
h. Tbo £ 



nlhc school, it was oil io keeping wilt 
rous nature— that girl will make o "no 

bio WOTOHO." 

Ibatofo boy, who, being reprove 
^ and requested to open bis lillle boo 
id stody, wotcfied tbe opportunity > 



led wilb papers and magics, with a ebess- 
, m ■djolnlog, both comfortably furnished, and 
W(1 sli.ro,.m in iho rear. Tho building ia laslo- 
rn^oUed, with bow windows in froa,. Tbo 



d for b 

very appropriately 



n Savings and Loan 
pomelo tbo Society 



« aa and approved. Tb* PrMideal Iben «U»IMC 
the .is.'tmbhige to Ibe netyijoms of ibe Iiutmne 
nnd briefly alluded to Ibo "woiogs .since .he las 






f, the! 






■lyij . 

tho wasio-boi oear Ibo slovo. Hoviog ooliccd 
both Ibese lillle matlers, we mode Ibem tbem<s of 
remark buforo Ibo cbildreo, Ibcy little drenming 
other eyes saw ibem. Wo venture to soy that 
boy will not make a good man. Tbe seeds of 
self-will uiusi be eradicated before good cno. 






I !• 



I of 51,0 



paying 



C.D.l«>]ncrt»->ili"lr«!ciLu[el7 *J HBdlPI tbdr Mm 



i a very prosperous company. The officer! 

Dr. Wm. Jonts— Presideot ; J. C. Scribnci 

Judge Slovens, Dr. Jones-Directors ; W. P. Grit 

nth-Agent. 

While in ihio conoeclioo, speaking of wn.e 

id ihutwhil 



tr W CofiKoW Snap, Axtiicaa F.su eni iomis, 
gn/offisr Sloe*, /or tali Set cdMrtiitmMiU in the 



TO BEADEHS AHD OOBEESPOSDBHTS. 



writings display his earnest spirit and love 
bi< cranl.r for which aUba.e reason U. bo pro 
.,o ioierestlog teller from a friend nl T»l 
will be read wilb pleasure as giving us roocb v 
>te informa.inn, which if we are wise we sb 









i.ep Rt 



rend Ibe cooclutlon of .be article oi 

boodry lo our this week's Issue. 

Imparlonl and valuable Eisay. Tbe statistics ei 

braced lo the Essays, though short, ere vnlunb 

and sbonld be cnrelolly considered, especially 

California. 

We hnrc letters from our correspondent H. 



JIurpby's 



ll of si 



iiiHIy wilbont p 
fires, either by fire compnoics or an 

use nf tbo abundant supply. Upon ...., e — 

cost of suppljiog Ibe city of Slnrphy's, we found 



mS4,0 



\i this 
and our 



s will now be regularly kept n; 



ntil nvtlose onr summer trip. 
V Insnre.— Insure. 



Insnre.— Insure. 
"A Friend in ne«f m a Fritad indeed." 



property, yet, who, by 
their property iDsurcd agait 
o-day are penniless. It 
lOWCTdr, thai Iho insured t 
lifliculty in collecting insun 
lies quibble obout tbe tim 
icekaflaw io tbe policy, so 



abor had. acquired 
sad neglect to bni 
isl fire, lost nil, and 



n wt,^ 



i0 w, and yd wo know- them to be good ots 
ncroiis men, good neighbors nod friend)^ 



>ddir 



frit ml,. 



rights of c 



» e o,.d fo-r 

..,! n.-i-ht... 



1/iink and eorae.il 
capital story told t 
er. Ho was a re. 



le was in all hi* fedi,,. 









Ihe Society, ibo Presic 
bu b-ld in Septoml 



. . " rao 

d, and warmly 

idoratioo of tbi 

ire), nod that th 
•or the purpose, 

dent staled that tbi 
by the prominent eil 






if gra 
good supper, all 



)H IIOOMS, H 

A fiucr-L of (iiteeo-rowed wl 
lemnrkable. Plnnlid as late i 
Bwmu Farms, at Lsfayette. All 
walouLi, of FEry Buo qnollly, 

A collection of tbe cupper i 
.Diablo from Hie dlffertnt mines, i 

Boopirr-one 



pj— onto lo all. 

\f Silver Ban from Ht. Blab 



d a parcel of 

s from Hoi 

and Head 



borne. California inlereits firs., Is ou 
why should health end lile be risked 
longjooroeysoverbsireaplaior, rocky 



ofSlo 
jch by 



. ....■ reservoir. Hose-pipes, and nil com- 
plt-ie still cost only oboul SfOOB, and wu wonder 
. has nnl been done before. It should be done, 
od wchupe so noblea work will nolbe forgotten. 

The hL-.d waters or this Company are at Iho 
orth [orft or IhoToolumoo. This Company has 
5 miles of laud ditch, nnd 1 1 mile; of Hunting. 

011575,000. Another resorroir il Suiter cosi 
!.ia,W0. II. B. Ilarrimun is tbo Bgoot and col. 
ector, and resides al Shaw's Flat. 

eiuma througb Shaw's Flat— beoce from Shaw's 
Plat 10 Momutnnm enolbet dilch lias bten added 
H mile; long. Tho capital of this Company I: 
'500,000, and they are doing well. 

This Company starts Trom the head waters of 

oiles, ihcoce 35 to iO miles of dilcb and supplies 
lolumbia, part or Sbaw's Flat, Montezuma, Jones- 
own, Jefferson, Moltrlomne Hill, Chinese Camp, 
)eer Fiat, etc. The bead resorvolr east 515,000, 
here arc others or loss cost. Tbe capital or Ibo 
Company Is $550,000. They can run 360 streams 
ir 12 Inches doy and nighl. Tho Company ia 



lend a «i e of gooai, "The Grains, Cr 
Wonders of California," to HbiU.ielpti 
Va.urnl HiMory Society, by which raaav I 



^ri.e by having ibe .am. 
Mail Company f,U »J c 



the 1'aeiBe Hall Company fo 



Six Josb Tlsiuooio Eicc>.icir,=-.WB" are' 



i friend, and asks lllem In 
md he pays Tur that gno 






, largely 11 



nd or droama. Our hero it agipeusfall 
oping soandly for some time, when heli| 






[iantbatlllng With r. 
:c Ihc loud laugll an 



Kuhler; ffea M^ic Rw 



aw in Europe, ba 
lptrb lo. of goods 



'cry bnodsoBi 
tnefil ul ihd 



Ayer, Esq, moolfes' 



iroken, and tbe Rrste-yard gale off 
ocb sights nnly reBcc. upon lh> 
ley eiisl. The people at Jlurpby' 
[y for their school Is an honor I 

i to all we should stole thai ib 

r,il view oribe [own andsurround 
ens tho gift or Dr. Janes to th 
blegirtllbns proved. A spacious 
lullding was creeled, and fine 
irouod tbe building giving It 
refreshing shade. When wo 
in Angus. 1*11, [here wore 

a quiet, welUregoIatid, nnd 

I gavo us Ibo nssuranco ihoi 
cared far. 

II wo made nnd in several in- 



We a 



.— Tba spacious now 
a Washington s.reei, 



l offer. 



energy nf Mr. H 0l 
I Tbe first rail t 



.1 Murphy's di 



>' pnrcnu visit t 
would greolly ent 



m tho luonlry tb B Uirccio 
schools as ibcy should, 
rage both leather and pupil 



a happy affair. 
Inunecied wilb this new oturu on Washington 

d is also oo sale (wholesale). Q. A. Obnse 
i., is chior manager during Mr. Kohler's ab- 
.ce In F.orope, and no be.lor "Obarga d'Affairo" 
ild Mr. Koliler bare fouad. Gveryiblog tnovei 

eel store "Charlie"! 'ever oo bis post and 
ready step nnd 



i raging speechca 
ekley, H. F. WH 
Ribbon, C. L. Toy 



urn-, Th,. ,.. Th, 



'J- Pl,:i,a,.tly, spent, tl: 
Ibe anhjoct of hold!n K 



city 



Cinoos.— This combine!" 

really worthy a visil by 

and country. Nl, pains. 

-pared lo DiaLeiliVLUlbyofplB 

Will 



■-y ' "■■>-> ■»->—■ 



and.call upon tho mechanics of our oily to l„ok lo 
their d™ InVliwrJ ^ * M>i " e '" the suppnrl of 



y tho 



and wbyKohli 



JeW, Patta! CAaoi— IVfiJiviii. il 



Jfoji'e M the Wllo: 



onlgooiery strec, oppos 



^ 



■MoTnU, Diablo. 

IW being paid to Ml. Din 



", or Jlei 



'W "/ r?/oiu,_TboJ 

1 to sloro their grain on Ibo ben i urm , „„. 

1 """hgtiacms Tor it, sblpm^t or D , befw| , 

roTtu^lr'i ZZ ,hip " ,H "' ""» ^ '"'»• 

Culcnau A L'o.'h!!' n ° tom^s^yj™* 

;' r ;' |1 ,| i 'i , i'i"'i win, „„,,,]„ ,,„,„„. 0iir (i rml ' iiivr 



Wo aro tbo frlond 
ouutries to keep the 
very Federal soldier 

Secession is « good 



.id wocsll 
i own pW 



We 



kely to I 



••a nil sorts of ships'^ 
Uely.liltleorno^" 9 ' 



ihould .p.-.-dil.v' lt ' | 



Lizilu Hroden, belonging to Hrl.lol, &■ , 
rved under the nnme of Charles Davi',* j 



niitlmrliles on Sunday, nn d was ordered 
up Undo Sum's uniform nnd go back lo al 



iN 



Browo'a^a^athly Wool-Circular. 

ll pricrs of tan DoBMtic PIbkb W 

tu- ■■!■:■ pLinn of n few large lot? of Ci 
aj- Western Fleeces, taken bj parties 



THE CALIPOEFIA FAEMEE. 



93 






^though 
negr^S. ».ir 



ii B b. 



of the month. 



fhlllevc, that in many sections, growers ore mo 
Kiposedlu mccltlio views of buyers lbnn ber 

alnniion (o bold tbsTc WuoIj, unless they ci 



IHtfo n to mlvance to prici 

ho market from guing lilgbec, and wit 

biding tneso opinions, they operate with gre: 
ingonly 10 supply their Immediil 

icloi tho prices of Anicricnn Woo 
ols hive met with a pretty nctiv 
mil nil through the month, and some lnrg 



auged b 



TT ■>.,!: 


and 3 


a me ca 


siderable Bale 


mail 


AFC bits 


n m:idc 




stions 


Host 


or the 1 


is of old tup 


.fion 








C,\. 


>rni. W 


aril bn 


D received Ic 


£;,,.< i. 


u ntT.T 


"B. W 


think couao 










c.- .. 


r laics 


adriccs 


from abroad » 


n-.- w 




tlnno 1 




Kjtbtij 


.iJv.lt 


ad, ivn 


o tbo medlua 








I negated. 


«■■■ 


jvc reported III 


folloTting sal 










Flee 


si, r.S'j 


HID lb! 


G0®?is; Pu 


1... :■> 


■„■.. H 


; 1-20.0 


lb. Qiillara 


i,B20 b 


lie* On 


e JB©3 


c; 32(1 bales 1 






.,«.: T-. 








biles Ifrlcnn 


tud I'...-. 










Blv.-.l ■ 






Rimisn 




In Bsu 








od Polled SO 


glGc; t; 


.1'. I,i 


es 0-ipe, 


follta, Jlediterrnnean 


.t! S-..11 










la Phil 




: -147.000 lb) Flee 


es C2j@7Sc 


.5,000 II, 


Cape : 


■MRM 


flJ.UOU 11, 


Saul* Fe 30 


'» ■■'■■■ : I 


0,000 


,, Donskc 


i Mil ll 


las Foreign. 


In P,o. 




S8.433 


b f PlHCC 


» fiS©77,c, 


55,0011 11. 




OOfo 77.1 


; 33,50! 


lb] Foreign 


MC«n:t -, 
















s published, 












From L 


vcrpoo 


317 ba 


01, Lend 


OB 170, ller- 


fllici 33 


ll.vr 


SD, Bun 


noi Ayel 


E28. Algol. 


Jir 1,136 


Mum 




tin Gran 




tvideo S: 


Legui 


rn 40G, 1 




33, Mmng„n 


WO, A«p 


well 5 


5.L!»ho 


323, Lu 




JqmenO 2 


ll.lf. 


Total 5, 


33 hales 




pa icis cub 


■NT or c 




WOOL 




L'nwo 


lied Flee 


es, in grkdes, 30® G2} 


Colli,.,,,,, 


Wssli 


d Pullet 


4a@GSc 




C.liW,,,; 


Comm 


nn Wash 


d Pullei 


25©3Se. 


Hwir 


rVittb 


d Fall O 


P, in gen 


des, :;or^;i3c 


no mid 


months n 


go of Gen 


ernlTbom.s- 




I, Tho 


mns it H 


man of 


■itraordinnri 



I that of Wnsbinginn. 



The 


1 wortb SI 


See suggest 
one-feed ins 


nd!edpnu D "!' 




! worth SI ■( 


7, and oats wo 


lb Si D^. 



KOHUEffS 



"Voice of praise," 

10,000 

SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 

A. KOHLER, 



LATEST~.S T ewjor=3;h ond3aih. 

Al Balllmoic, Oct. 2Dih, an immense Uncondi- 
tional Union mcctinj,' was belli on Hie public 
square. At nnc tl-ind win r> large inscripliun 
"OoinnondEmancipiliou." 

Oct. ITlh, Gen. ilngan, with 2,000 men nr Gen. 
Pnlmer'j division, mincked ibo ciicmrnn Lo.ik.oul 
31oiiomin, and after n shorl ennlesl drove them 
from their poillion. It seems probahlu Ili»l com- 
mnnicullon between Bridgeport nnd Chollannoga 
will be opened nlonp; Ihe Tenceasce river. 

rili-1 inn 



PREMIUMS 

WOKLD'S If^VIR. 



The Omoge Hnd Aleiaodriii railro 
regular trips to Cntleli's Siailon, 12 
'■1 «i.i-.vi:i. Tii-,- road will be camp 

lluode il feeling the enemy and will 

Uaod'i division of Longs I reel's corpi 
from Brogg's arm/ lo Lee. 

The MimlMippi river bus beco u 
Oulr gunboati of. light draft can 



he South. 
,s bejomJ. 



i. liU-ij ly 
fa. rrillas, 
The work 



red at the Ca],e ill pur- 



it c Ere occ litre. 
a. consideruble 
originated in tb 

OHO: iS.OOBios 


at Auburn 
portion n( 

third Blorv 
gr«.lrH P Idi 


23ih 
of tb 


e, very deslroe- 
r.lv di:-i rnyirip 
wn. The 6ro 
Empire Hnlel 
on nbonii?50,- 
5 supposed lo 


n incendiary 




ij Cnpinin Joho 


on, from Vnucuu 


Virginia City 


Silver bricks 
ircau eihihitioo 


rem n mine 
ai Wfllsonv 


o 11 
lie. 



A. KOHLER'S 

KEW STORE, 




OPENING FOR THE HOLLIDAYS 

PARISIAN GOODS 

Rich Crystal and Porcelain Ware, 

Elegant Work Boxes, DreEsing Cases, 

Toilet Cases, Cigar Cases, 
PORTMONAiES AND ETNIS 

TOILET BOTTLE3, 

TORTOISE SQELL ARTICLES, 

v-ATCii CHAINS, LADIES' BAGS, RETICDLES, 

1V0IIV BflUSIIES, SHELL COMBS, 

LIQUUR OAS8S, ClItAFFES, FLACONS, 

oclEctedbyYr.KOHLEH 
rem lie Be.! iD d CbrteM Coll«fl™ la Earape, Exerc.l). 

KB- RKUEUBER TO BUY EARLY, -©fl 

Variety and ITIcch Warranted to 
Suit all rumen. 



CHOICE MUSIC, 

iisio Books, Musical Instruments, 
MelodeonB, Pianofortes, Etc., Etc., 



500 Pounds California Onion Sued, 
jrvr. nuNDiiED pouMDa 




INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1SC2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

TO TUB 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing 1 Machine, 

Paris Exhibition, 1S61. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are C'nivt-i-itiiiy A ck no we lodged 
TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMIIY SEWING HLVCHINE8 




Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWIRSG MACHiNES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
ABE THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCH ENG, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING. 
CORDING, 

QUILTING, 
TUCKING. 

FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

TUB 3IO ST ECONOMICAL 

Family Sewing Machines, 

XIV USE. 



B 



Cor-IHoatgomary ana Sacramento streets, 

SAiY PRAXCISCO. 

J- H. HAYTJEN. 

AOBUT, 



THE 


§s 


First Fall Importation 


\g^^^^^^^/ 


....OP.... 


PEOEIA STEEL PLOWS, 


NEW DRY GOODS I 


Made oy TOnEV k. AKOERSOM, Peori., Ill, 


....TO.... 


For which wo mo SOLE AGENT?. 


SAN FRANCISCO, 


Il.'.'r'.l" I.W.r. V/I'Vn.-.J-,',;'," . '.ii.' .'"!<'. |l,l,".ii.-. ; ..iiv. 


HAS BEEN RECEIVED 


of the.ve'rasu .lie 75 po ' u „d., ,ac«ur. nutlt Iim IreL 


....BY.... 


Boston Steel Clipper Flows, 


KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 


Ofalltlzo.. 


Wo. T, 


CAST FLO TV" S 


Olontgonicry street. 


lapealrtrielyi 




SUB-SOIL, DEEP-TILLER, 




SIDE-HILL, 


r .,»— m ™ 


SHOVEL, DOUBLE-MOULD, ETC, 


STEAUEB COS' ST [TUT ION, 






M^mi-. «o wasj 


100 Cases Dry Goods, 


HARROWS, 




HORSE-HOES, 


on In in log— 


CULTIVATORS, 


SILKS OF EVERT VARIETY 


CAHOON'S SEED-SOWERS, 
CIDER AND WINE-PRESSES. 


and Style, 


EAR LEY-MILLS, 
CANE-CRUSHERS. 


Tho best assorted stock nf 


FLAX AND HEMP-DRESSERS, 




COTTON-GINS, 


Dress Goods 


CHURNS, 




CORN-SHELLERS, 


Evernpcned io Son Francisco. 


HAY-CUTTERS, 


Embroidered and lace Sets 


Noyca' Portable GrlMt-lHlli§, 


and Collars 


PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW-MILLS, 


of the lute I nil 


Boltine Cloth, nlill-Stones, 


" P ° " D orn°dnring tho coming season 


RUBBER AND HEMP PACKING, 


CLOAKS 


leather and Rubber Belling;, 

Leather and RubuciSJIose; 

Planing, Tennoning, Mortising, Sa/h, 
Tougning, and Grooving Machine yW 


AND 


SHAWLS, 


Ad endless variety, suitable 


Wleaiu Engines 


for tbo San Francisco 
and Country Trade. 


Btalionnry, Portable, and Hoi', ting Engines, 


Blankets, Qnilta, Elannebj, 


THRASHING AND RANCH USE. 


Sheeting. Irish Linen. 


Hardware and Agricultural Goods 


Tahl nen. Towels and Toweling, 


IN CHEAT VARIETY. 


Hosiery, Undergarments, 


Foa sale or 


Damasks, Lace Curtains. 


TREADWELL & C(L 


T-ell mn . B ed 


J JST RECEIVED, 


Dry Goods store. 


AComple oA loitoiont of orory Stylo and Vnrioly«» 


ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 


COAL OIL LAMPS 


Best quality 3 M 2fi por pair. 


AND 





LAMP STOCK, 


KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 


ALSO 


Bfo. 1~ Blonfgoniery, ntreet. 


CHANDELIERS! 




One, Two, Three, Ponr, nnd Six Lighte. 




OILSI 




SPERM OIL, 


Harness. Saddles. 


LARD OIL, 

NEAT3F00T OIL, 


MAIN V ''ttlNCHESTER, 


TANNER'S OIL, 
MACHINERY AKD BURN1XQ OILS, 


MANUFACTtTREHS 

' HARNESS,^ 


Comet niuminating' 




S evcicaies, Ela^icaios, 


KER0S2NE OILS, 


Whips, collars, 
saddle-ware, &c. 


CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE 


M (is. 214 and 216 Battery street, 


FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 


SAW FIIAA'CfSCO, 


FOR SALE BY 


may have, >it irlih it unJowood ■-,: auhonnti no keen 


STANFORD BROS., 


Ihe linen Woole.alo £i«k lo the ejjotrv ia, 9 |i 


Ordeie anil Retail Cui.eu.cr, nlf. receive ever? Mleo. 


manufactuoehs and importers, 


tfoo and b.uent that U, e , can al imallai establish- 


121, 123 and 125 California street, 


FARMERS and olhsrs »IU do noil lo call en tu 
beraro purcaulnff, u the .ate of K-i«n Eien.oge 






iu.tlDo. as lu .-Jarin,; CDO J, at REDUuED BATB3. 


■™» «M.»1», JO.' 


We have Ule BmliulvB anlr of IHLLiB COS- 
COItD lUnftKSS, rar lUe I'aclQo Coo.,, 


Wffi, T, COLEMAN & CO,, 


TlD-B ■ 


SHTPPDIQ & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 


G.e. n na,ela T . V.f !„,„, fl ^^ 

BARCLAY & MIZNER, 


DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 


Stock Biokers, and Mining Secretaries, 

8uy and Ball on Commlssloa 
A.X.X, KINDS OF STOOK9. 


a New York and San Francisco- 


North Point Dock Warehouse. 




STOH-AG-B 




Dan he procured in Ihi. Hell kno.n Warohou.e on the) 


ilemhen of the Sloct Eicbidbd IFlm DonnJ), lad Sid 


BveryliellUy Is alTirad f^r ilorlna Whoit iloiiov 




'iunr, and other Domeilla Priiduce. ' » 


once-Sat, 31 « 31 (Io,,( M oinrrj- Ulock 


A.dvanoos 


Cumerof Waiyc,lonan4 Memiuraor < .iretu ' 


Made on approved Jle.oh.n^iLo 


U 6.n PraoeUco 


WU. IJ. OOLBMAN A CO., 




" Pmprleten, 



t h k c as laaaaa^Ji^^gs-^^fS^: 






Dome llisctlbma- 



HYMW Of THE HABVB5TBHS. 
We gather Uii a io— Ibo bright grwo I"*** - 

IVIIL oar sojtbts and rakes la-d»T, 
And [lis mo-, grows tig in lb' pil="« 1 "*™ 

His lift Id Iho nmU'rtof. baj. 
Oholafieldl rorlheav.Ftfssejthn 

Hath* ring as of *«H°J , i 

As H sung in wrathfol *l«* 
TTo E llb*I lliEna in-lho uodd;Bgp!nu»S 
Of lbs J'llow aod basrdrd «"'"■ 

Jnd ib, nub -r our *m»- "g°' >i"»«" 

Ob, m«h o'ar lb. roB,, U l.hod pl.111. 

Too conning el" nunlorullIM; 
Anil acres sloop 



rgrj Jaw- 
Bin— in the uslloir traits, 
rob,lho vino end two. 

To 6 >.ni.b nor IreuorJ. 
And (Ml hu a jolty treasure rtorod. 

All henaalli il» paiolid rioa. 
To cbeer our gucsli at Ibo «ooial board, 

WBoti iro leave OBI cares behind. 
IT* eolb^r loem io— this goodly store— 

Bnl not Willi unlur'i put; 
For that grant' All F.tber *■ adore, 

And oor work o[ do.lb !> bot for Ufo, 

Iotbo"loirrd.ri woono: 
TbiB a blessing opoo Ibo roaper'i strife, 

A WOUHDED BIHD. 
Bow (light a thing to «Hr «"> ""ng a ehord 



h Wands. The nati.es, ore kind, g°°d- 
mspiiable, nod, generally, harmless and 
,. Injoornejlng around the Island, n. 
ago, I was accosted, repeatedly, •« ( 
Blr hoiiata, and Invited lo stop nnd got 
. io (di— ono need not be afraid of going 






NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

Ho. 303 Battery street, near Bnorniaejito street, 

MftNUFACTUBeRS OF 



The Island 1> dlvldad 1' 



a, Each Dia- 
, and generally a 
u three churches, 



irge Catholic school for boys, 
alns a raised population of Am 
French., Iri«b, Africans, and nail 



il one sees manj eastes and col 
irre on Saturday night, andon S- 



lory cottage. As ibis looked 
:b nod home, I tbougbt I wo 



mtrcnnlitd ni lo display Ibo i 
oonlily. On enuring the con 
upled by Col. Vendor, U. 3. 1 



i Trot 



deral a 



nnded at Springfield by 

breast (the wound is n. 

cited bj him and bis kind 

respect and kindness. On 

where 1 found a large con- 
r worship. Tho pastor is i 



Wood and Willow-ware, 

....HAVE FOB. 9A1E-... 




.mV.slraggling breath, 
nger. cling, 
i tight of dealb. 



Ob, djingDriolo! bnl yesterday. 
Your •wool clear roltt mado heit 

Tho very sky lssnod blacly down t 
And bear aloft jonr saraner mol 



Eolctthi 



It fat 



licm Tahiti. Society Islands. 

- pen in band lo let 70a knorr of n 
Bgooflwe 



■i.ir-.rtL 



in Blurting, or getting out the Golden 
ran afonl of the Rulb, then Jost cotni 
Tabili, carrying away her bonm and 
also a patl of the bulwarks nf our Tes; 
cbortii Sarin of Furl Point aod loslan a 
doing. Oar best day's sail ™ the fir 



:l healed). I was receitei 

king my departure from I 
10 Missionary Church wbi 
■egalloo assembled for wo 
reochtnan who speaks pnor Englisb, Ihoo an in. 

aging was ycrj good, at they have fino awee' 
dices and ktpl very gond time. Leaving tbii 
burchl Tiiitcdlhb English Bethel. Uriel (band 
small, Englisb Sabbath School ; after the close 
f the school we hod a sermon ia English by a 
young English Missionary, resident here. The 
sing rrw better than the singing. The con. 
lion was composed or half-castes and a few 
leans and English. Since tben I bats tis- 



tpled the invite 
■ero ready, the I 



at school. She does 1 

10 cold there. They li 

plastered w lib in, o 

od a larga ynrd inters 



BASCHE & SOiVlS 

laiMonlsomery .trccl, bltirfflnBoll "' ■ 
■gl^UB DBAKBBS IIST 

rjlT ffUff 

3PI ATVOFO BTE 6, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, &c„ 



Ouiur. J'lano nc.l Oiiltar, BraM Dsod imall and Inrga, 
pi AN OS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

Mtwic 'published; -Mu-ir arr.m;cd olid bound [ 



ff HOtBSAIE AKD EETAIL DEiLBES IN 

STAPLE AMD SELECT FAKOY 

GEOOEEIB8 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

-P.-V- KIND -A-T LOW.PBIOB8. 
OF EVER ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ QM|ds MoDr art|cIej m ^^^ 

Parllonlar stlenllon Is always given n BpEcrALmE . p f „ our 

SUQA PRESER5ES, Jnllics, Jams, Dried Fruit of all Hods. 
CPIPEB innumerable and Tor e.ery nse. SIRUPS of the very ebr.lt*. 
BUTTER ^CHEESE from tho most celebrated Dairies; also, cbntcest E Uurt 

"'"" r!!,*r,'.,;i , ?< s ,h a ™l Intory. SPASISn OLIVES, of superior oal8 , 

B0MBLM US5S N cS;m CHS superior to an, Cheese ia the country. 

J™™ ' ISABELLA AISID OAXA.WBA WINES, 
tl 1 needed In the Culloary dtpnrlioonl or Iho Lunsebold, aud lb, 

„««»«" "rlirrn l' J j" h b " J")".™ O r ll our"l'1 l 't.r,'n." , ll|ht ! an" 'utoaSol. all 

„.. „ itll ,L...r , .,'t...,.::" m ..H.v ^.f-^ ^° ; 01]t ,„ M , rstl „ f , h „ c |Ly pmmptly. without c 
r, will have tboir ,oodssont lo tbn b 
with the iamo onro as if purchases 



with tropi 
jVbg-glMi 

and stay witb 



HA.YNES & LAWTON 

jgf) lUPoaTERa of Ji 

VCROCKERY, Md 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware. 



I'ERY LOWEST A 
Tho New Haven C 



SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 

IS SAMSOJIB SritSBT, CORNETl UEltDf!ANT, 

U SAN FBAKC1SCO. 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 





Who irk tub HAi-rVt— Lord Byron 


19th of May. I wish you would send mo Ibc 


mechanics and worklugmen who can 


FiBueu from the lOtb of liny, 
1 send yon n sample of cotton grown hero. It 


body of men. Poverty is wretchedness 


wns token from two bolls, one, as yon can see, 


poierty is, perhaps, to be preferred I 
ooraeoniag dissipation or the liighe 


line a juiplo as can be raised lu any part of tho 
world. Tobacco grows fino bcre, und sugar-cane 


enrj nnj one, least of nil, tbe rich sad 


as fine as noy 1 oyer saw ic Ihe South. There is 




no one here, I am sorry to gay, who understands 
bow to tuakc Cot, dry sugar. 1 wlsbyoo or some 


myenry would bo a boahh; yonng 
possession of his strength and facu 




forth In a morning to work Tor his wif 
dreu or bringing ib™ homo bis wages 


able to manufacture a white, dry sugar. 


Those wbo baee Ibo largest borlion 



;d Ibc I 



and figs. They grew Body all Ihe 
gBTe those yon gave mo to Sir. Brander. 
1 growing finely. Horses and hornet 



of tl 



ri.ge can go. Tao InVtior of the Is 
mounlalnou,, ththorders only nro settled. Pa 
pecie is tbe jiriucipal town ond place of busloesi 
but there are native Tilkgej onu soulemcu in 
terspersad with French, l,i,h, English, and A.nor 



fruiu in nbuBduu 



ised in i 






1, Ihe 



middled aged look healthy, sound in body 

colar, and, generally, uf good form aod si JCl 

■vroniK, nr. mueh bf tier looking than tbe 

remaWi uf the Sandwlsb Islands. The children, 

nf.r,, in I,, ilihter, and belter looking than the I°n'rc lb* bl| 

W,i,.l»!rl, |.[„nd chlldteu. It is seldom you , fe I j. M1 , „,„ 

ut,,, arbgic skin shows lbs e»ll offects of a pre- 1 ct,nd uc , i 

vailing disease, known Among nil ages at tbe 1 t, | 0j , DU ° b ' 



THE UHBEHSIriNKO IS THE AOENT OH TUB r 

Wholesale Prices. 
Petri hi ma Qnaidj. 

onlt'Oa MLVF.lt orGOLD KOUMTBD. Tboprii 

.rli-.Jj.'. I,. -iibiiIt 111' d?m«Tid. ilwiji do hind, it 
loro! HUo usd Wuhlngton tirivt-, wbem lUilo i 

addreuO. R. CODBIMl. 



X.' 
mtAircfi storb— iinnw 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 

San FraDci'o. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT 
GENERAL IN SURA NCE ACEMCY, 

JIBE .A.3STD LUTE 

OFFICE— BJortUwe§t Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streeU 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 
ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

Or METW YORK: 
I'twI. Tht oniy Sl«tk Com/mny in Amo-ica leSose Charter provide* that all tboproGuuU 
It divided pro rata omono Ihe policy holde 
Poliolas Issued at this Aronoy irithout Ihe usual delay of leading appnlk 
Residaoc 






lo Callfora 



o Gallitra 



ALLEN'S 

Livery & Sale Staples, 

403 KEAlt.Nl' STBEBT, Scar Fine. 

Horses Boarded by Uie Day, W, .■.■!;. or Month. 

OoIIi ra la fir Emtfitt aud aiVr /form. 

Superior Saddlo Hwsps, ami Buggies lo let 

_ THE UNDEKSiriNED nAVINQ& liU _ 

- 1 "'hi- Ti-i-r. r— i-r. -■■ ir,,,",. "■;.'.".,": 

II. . I- ..„,„:[.■ 1. ,.l,.L.v. .,r r,.. .■!, ir:;: :-- .i.iiiu ..r|.tji..,c- 
F..rmor» huloi yourijt' Coll. or untamed Flor.oi 



EDWARD ALLEN. 



WM. B. READY & BRO., 

S01 nnd SOS J street, between! 10th and 1 

SACRAMEIJTO, 

Wagons and Carriages, 

AGHICULTUBAL IMPLEMENI8. 



ada Terrllory, and transil 
Dlrldondj applied lo piymcnt of Pnmiutm or added lo polii 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF H-A-H-IFORD, OONN : 
Residence in California Froo of Mlra char 
This Company declares 50 par cent Dividends annually, and thn Assured sin ir he desires giro n asitt 
Eoutts and Poto|,hloH dontoiniug foil dotnils of Iho syslani of LIfo Insuranco, oan bo bad ai tbn AgonBT. 

The Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World! 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, CONN: 

ASSETS, $1,000,000! 

DEPOSITED IN SAS FRANCISOD FOR THE SECURITY OP POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, $1,600,000! 

Letters of Cx-ed.it for $3d0,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

" Park Fire Iniurance Co. 

P he nix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Bo 

FRED'K BILLINGS. R.q. 
HENHV CAEttf'ON JR., 



ard. of References s 

J. P. FLINT, Esq., 

of Fiioi, Pcibody k Co. 
hi is. i. voicroan i Co. LOUIS McLANE, Esq., 

ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq., of Wolla. r'argo & Co. 

of Forbes AiBabcock. 0. B. POLQEHUS. E£q. 

JOHN 'A. KKDISOTON, Esq., of Alsop & Co. 

or Ih-dington k Co. JONATHAN HUNT, E«q., 

J. D. KITTLE Esq., Son Fvmwco. 

of Dowitt, Kittle & Co. 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

Wholesale and Retail Depot 
, At 72ii Broadway. New York City, 

Where ho trill bo hopny to reoiiro ordon, and otnolal- 
Ij-luhoarfrooihi.f.iondj, mij ih„ ^.nrr.n.. „r tl,.,'l„(„ 

'ii.,,.i„ih ir.., l „ r iinf urn i,hiosmatlhdTorTlaw- 
r |i l 5rd*™lo'" i ' S ° 0li r '" ^■"' I l* 1 °""*™' 1 *». »"Ml 

SIBERIA OTT, 

720 Broadway, Hew York City. 



CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow. 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

Bootman's Pianoforte Tuning Seales. 

— SOMETHINO NEW- 

SIUEniA OTPF, 

16 raXX^.^^Oity. 



Twenty-five Cents! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

Nu. 6^^ clay street ...san fhanoisgO- 

FOR SB OENTS. 

ALL STrLCS OF FANCY casks nil LA BOB 51 * 
IHUIKirtlnn.ilolyl.iK, nn. I „:,rr.iiiled Iha »»* J 

Photographs for 83 iicr B»o<*'j 

Linra^alMd l'hi.l off rophi tha aarao h"" 110 "^^ 

lu ',':,:' i!'- , ,",':"'r, ( ; 1 'u i'^t 1 : '.'',,',. ','.'. V T,l l 1 : l 'i ! i i«- - ,; 

l=r B orur«niall,r-l,/ f 'i n ,„„ ( -„,l„„:' 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. J 

WosaarantooandsollaHlho l,i*h.st ord.rof »»»J 

oor ipooialit,. 

Beware of Im posters ! I 



S. W. SHAW, 

JPortrait IPaiuter- 

umbor IE, 3d flour, Mercantile Lllirnj """^ 

u Co^.reu.Ls.MBBUiurao.r..™^^! 



THE CALIFOBNIA EA.EMBR. 



95 




S'itoarji gljralilierjj. 



FBATIHO TOB RATH. 
IV r heard ft dt 
When Vfodno day [( i... -■.,„ ['. 



rVBiBCBi BuDCiTias. — Keep yoar 

children off tho atrool. By [.bat we mean, do not 

let thorn make acquaintance on the sidewalks. If 

they frcqgent tho public schools, yon moat oatab- 

verbnl quarantine at jour oirn door, 

tbo youthful tongue ones a da;, to 



"Now then, old girl, slap np the dinner." 
"Why Manfred I" began tbu astonished toother, 

where did job learn mch language ? Who have 

you been playing with!" 

"Mo," said the yoong hopefnl. " I generally 

play with Dick Turner, cnuan he' B a bully boy 

with a glass eye. That's so." 

ifortuno of Dick, 
buy a plug I Jem Smith wears 



jd Via as big n< 



,i..rl,.T 



"Yes sir- cc, a plog. 1'ro got the spondulicks 
The mother at this juncture ordered the young- 



Oss of our composition seemed for several days 
ailing, which led to some anxiety concsrniog him. 
He appeared dull and heavy, as if !onlD tronble 
pressed bis mind. "What is the mailer?" wo in- 
qnired, when attontinn was called to his case. Bo 
turned, nod filing upon us a stony eye, naked ! 
"Can yon tell mo why Eve waa like a respcclnblo 
firm In Broadway?" Wo humored him by saying 






" said h 
Tbo effort 

—[Tho Prii 



A straog 
at apprcnt 


ce what his 


ogoffie 






tbeyoung- 


ot in a to 


long 


aal c 


B"P°, 


my 


b 


T^emicV 


paragrap 


beal 


wnnl 


chew of 




oco, 1 make 


A Physic 


is, i 


speak 


log of 


tho 


ft 


II conalitu- 


We ought 
or we sbou 


otak 


nof t 


epres 
ny mo 


nt 


ny 


rcuinrfced : 


If yon Ti 


It a j 
very 


flung] 
kolyj 


dy'on 


f° 


o won, and 



40G Btnuemt Slnil.—Qo down to 
me street, -toe, and ace Fort I'ulu I Messrs. 
iber are prepnriag for buttle and bnru bar- 

nthavepulu tnaltrejses will sleep soundly 
weetly, and softly too. Don't forget to go 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IMPOFLTEJia AND DEALERS IH 

Pore New York, JoBton, and Hew Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

ly o,«n a pore article, of a rory 
illty. For Ml. by tho Pipe, 



Corner or Front si. and Broadway 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's ( Magazine. 

THE LONDOH Q.UABTEHLY IConaervailTS). 
THE EDDTBDHOH EEVIEW (Whig!. 
THE HOHTH BBUlaH^EVIEW (Free OBorelO, ' 
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal). 
BLADHWOOD'S EDIHBTOQH MAOAZTHE (Tory). 



■ >>c. k ■ I : I : ! , l,:,.i I,., 



= ^Vttt cALIFOBNiriAEMBE 

TH1 t^.-h t£==== ===== ^T^eTiou 



F'RSALE, TO LEASE. ETO. 

Farms for Sale! 



TRAVELING. 



PEOPLE, 3 
OPPOSITIOJI 

STEAMSHIP LI 

FOE NEW YOBg 
VIA PANAMA. 

GREAT REDUCTION EST PEIC^ 

Tub r« 

MOSES TAYLOR, 

1 

J. B. BLBTilBN Oonui 

WillbodL-pWolmdror 

PANAMA, 

From Mission street Wlmrf ol 3 o'clock 1 

On Friday, ----- November 13, uq 

lUILEOilyj 










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'(?: 



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tm 



mm 



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VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1863. 



NUMBER 13. 



pjp Salitaia fatmet. 



CALIF0I1NIA f 



I I / A BetUai'B Letter. 

We givVflace with pleasure lo Ihc following let- 



Amerieo cipre'aly for firewood, 
; for firewood also in that country- Any 



ier than by apcc 
; planted in N 



criticise what we 


roots, bo e 


asontiu! lo the well being a 


id futo 


ore hots and more 


prosperity 


of the orchard. 

Blading Dotcn. 




EO. 




B transplanted Bbould olwnys 


o bcade 








and; lb 




will Indu 


1 them lo form fine sprpad 




nswer all reasonable 


which sbo 


Id olwaya be formed wilb co 




ID propose a fniv id 


thou half 


ur orchards are ruined bj 


egleel i 


groBlsetlled up, nod 


pruning a 


d forming or the heads of tl 




cr making for himself 


the early y 


ears. Let every one thai plo 


nil n Ire 


0J will be interested 


rcmememb 


tr: "Jmt as .the twig is 


bent [o 



ikoto know, loo, the bcsl 
1, and which do you coosi 



io States, boih Ebb! and West; tbet 
.11 be plowed anj month during th 



a plowed, eiccpt during tbi 



:r tree 1* highly esteemed. Tt 
!. The Kucalyplus-lreo {Auslra 

mahogany | a frogsnl and beaut 
£1 The Cbestnat will be lound a voluob 
■ tiled largely io the East for fen- 
"■pill rait,) and woald be found a rap 
1 fence with us. Alb, Maple, nt 



rec would gran- jo very rapidly, none 
o well, and there la oo wood thai it 
for firewood iu peuchwood. Tbou- 
ens of tboasaods of acres are grown 

.■.!..|t'... 1 -.|'.',| J J ,,-,. /,„""', V.*i(h',V-|T. 

ys*?V2XL 'd'"r "T'r!:™!z"£, 



only he plowed 
dropped En and I 



d foliage; Ihe earth being warmer Ihsn the i 
9 growth fa all under ground, ibua givini 
wer by good roots, lo make a good and healthy 

Sill o/ Trru. 
e best sized ireca lo plant, as a general r 
> ooe-yesr-old good benlihy trees, imvin. 
nn healthy bark, Bod trees of thrifty gron 
;b ireea will bare masses of fine roots, wl 
better iban coarse single nr merely lap-nt 
mya cut off the tap-root, and also long lit 
ts, which will Indncc the growth ol fibi 



Red clover, has heen from lb» miser 
ored soil, aklm plowing, and gene 
" way of doing things. All loads f< 



Ibo Al fulfil will go down tt 
or 20 Teet. Soil for clover 
ich sandy loom. The prop- 



bope tbol "Setllcra 



Largt Tu*. 
Tv"o wonld soy, however, IbnY !nr 
two years, ihree ycarB, ond ovet 



i lo do il right una* well, lie i 



*" ofhla (kill; If nlber 
Im. All over one Sinto I 
«y of sickly sod nod discos 



*nd higher." Sue 
princely revenu 



;of c. 



ergrown with 
■sgroce lo the 



.roll doo 



.ndoo honor la the owner. 

Summtr Fallon. 

■e plowed again;" "plowed 10 real o fur o year's 
illagc," or plowed to rest Indefinitely. Summer 
Fallow is "plowed ground, lyingnt rest." 

bit dry country, where Dur rains only fall 
en Masons, Ibe way to aceuro lo a farmer a 
goodly number or acres of Summer Follow, la lo 

^ ground deep enough lo plow, nod plow as 
long ns they can, leaving as much land as Is pos- 
la follow, ready for fulbre use. 

The Hal may lo Follow. 
the land as deep a ( possible if new land 
(sod), lurning the sod close so as lo picveqt (be 



grnwt 



of , 



i If ' 



To do this in the highest a 
■elruo Freeholders and iot 
like in obedience with Ibe 
uvcrn Ihc sail Ihey cultivate 



Jing ready □■ 



All i. 



ocform 



■■-. iili 



their owo tire even, for Its snlvali 
enco too to the Home Government in every law 
tending to build up and make happy the neigh- 
borhood in which Ibey live. Tbo Settlers ol 
Ciiliroroia have and coo wield o mighty Influence 

question ol "Tillea" is one of moment, ond Vfi 
hope and truat the "Selllers" nnw, one And oil, 
may rally under the banner of Itigbl and Trnlh, 

soil, in one of the richest portions of God's fail 
itage— California. 



er" hy simply r 
D who hovo irlei 
hove foiled of 



.,^.« 



mscquenlly there woa no "hooey in tho hive i 
inter." The idea of adding the ben lo the fu 
■ra\ procession of "Lazarus" did not probably on 
ir to tbo writer, although it is a well known fnc 



y& 



Catlforiilaii at tho E:.si. 

Nnw Your, Sept. as, I! 
Cheering Tfewi and Sid Influence! 



aP*ltU 



Tbo result or the C.ili. 
ailed wilh joy by oil tho loynlists of tha E-tst 
nd has mods those of us who ore free from Cop 

nbyiiit that ivhllo the Cotbi 



i.lly [ 



r prlvo 



option ki 
riving lo "lit np anarchy hy telling 
that Ibey are living under a hateful 
und tbot they ought toriaeogninBiit? 
True they do not opiabj advise the uiosses to ovcr- 
the lawfully eiisting authorilioa, hut I know 
tolking with tbo laboring claaaea, Ihnt Ihelr 
liog is so understood. By none is this un- 
fortunate slate of things mnr» deplored than by 
ho true-hearted and patriotic Catholics. Ills a 
hntne that Ihoonti-Catholic papers should eihibit 
i like mndn cii by charging ibe poor Irish Catholics 
vtlh ivhnlthn igaonint and degraded Americans ore 
esponsible for. Tbo "low while trash," ns our 
Southern brethren" used to call the poorer class- 



I/, 



The Honey-Boa tn California. 



on article headed 
bonoy." I pre! 
ingupof Ihof^ 



plenty 1 

How is Itlbnt our mo 

,lh honey from Heijeo 1 

How is it that such Immense quantity oT honey 

d iibi are shipped Irom tbo Island or Cubi 



"Si - 



tho 



e offcrj tl 



tltllllT 



How is k ihot to-day Messrs. Knap, Burrell 
Co., of tbla city, hove boucy forBolc rromnn aplnry 

pounds gathered moslly since tho month 
"• A Close Odseveb. 

will answer ibo queries of our "Close 
-," briefly. The markets or Sacramento at 
San Francisco are glutted wilh o kind ot hao 
Iocs not salt ibo tnale, even of the "love 



■lj. Our market is o 



■ a quality is cpn'ccroed ; Mejico 



cepliona. ilcilco and 
i" bees, wbilo in Cali- 



redeemed Tulc land. Alfalfa s 
I yield largely on the Tules, givl 



a good portion of the ; 



ably soma 

accidentally have been plunled, would ii]',UTJ,"]lr 



whilathe Irish, Dut 
by low and brutal J 



■ I Krigtish 1 



lontly Jailing, 
.eworhoo the 



Arcblsbop 

od that bu 
ind up long 



,[ L-qui 



iundoys > 



equally oitractirc. During tho ^ceks following 
Ihe riots, when the detachment of thn Army of 

crahtc Copperheads deplored the injury that tho 
soldiers would do (a Ms gran, forgnlliog tbot 
these bravo fellows bad lo be brought hero toaavo 
New York from being destroyed hy tbo "friends" 
of Gov. Seymour. 

Quoting from Copperhead f apers. 



rein 



mnelory unities of the Bullolio 
quotes articles in Ibo New York 
. understand why, when tbo ed- 
lered such glaring misrepresen- 



Mftrvole of tho Wheot Plant, t^ 
O.ib of Ihe must marvelous faculties of tho wheat- 
plant is thai of sending up a, multitude of stalks 
single groin, known as IHUring. It is Ibo 
i of its great productiveness. Many eipori- 

ful. An English genllcmnn snwed n few groins 
:ommon red wheat on Ibo 3d of Juqe, one of 
plonts from which hod tillered so much by tho 
of August, that he divided it into eighteen 
ers, nil of wbieh were planted separately. In 
w weeks so many of these bad again multi- 
plied their stnlkj, that be hod set out siny-seven 
altogether lo go through tho winter. With tbo 
{growth nil these hegnn tillering, so that in 



i April 

r of plonts inc 



low dii-i 






it hud Ihe venerable ond Inved 



lost magnificent church In Ihe United States. 
Fifth Avenne Promonado.-Sev. Dr. Chapln, Etc- 



o gentlemen, particularly Ibo Fre 
ins nf tho old school. I cannot 



ch ond En- 
octivo. The 
id lo Amec 



arriag 



i Sunt 



old fogy. The 



generally belong to foreigners. Last Sunday I 
went lo hear Dr. Chspin. The chureb woscrowd- 
ed lo It, almost capacity, and I hod to seat my. 
.elf oniho steps of one of the oislcs in the gallery. 
The einrdium disappointed me, for although it 
-- L -'-iriy ond beautifully read, ye 



'lie; 






i bis 
after Ibo first five t 



veiling Into tho eyes of bis h 



Is subject his 
bean, ond lb 


enthusiasm 
breathless 


brill 
lea,- 


in was, pain 


ul nod can 




pcrom/lon 


ho conclud 


d hi 


ressivo ^ingl 
oprl.ilo clusi 


g by the c 
g hymn tol 


ngro 


aallfollyllluB 


roted by him, bod 


n upon tber 






shall falot an 


bo weary, o 


d tho 



eon made, and thai it would have i 




umber lo two thousand. Tho five h 


udred grew 


oat vigorously, exceeding plaot3 a 


ordlnnr!; 


ullitolcd. When horvestcd a single i 


ant yielded 






rs produced wos 21,100, or more th 




ich divided plant, and ihn grain n 


eaaured 3} 


ochs, weighing 411 poonds. Tho 




timnted ns numbering IiTB,B-10, A 


1 this rrni 


o product of n slnnffi grain.- [Mich 


Farmer. 


0.1S1DJ. Tu.siL.B.-Tbe Legislature 


f Michigan, 



nil the Canada Ifalsl 



ingly son-er any such ( 



isnroiti CattliIa Ekolasd At Ibo cntll 

of the itoynl Agricultural Society, at Wor 



enlr was got by Third Duke or Thorudalo, out of 
LadyOiford lib, both of which unimnls were 
bred by Mr. Samuel Thoroe, or Duchess Coudty, 

hew \ork. ^ 

Tue Sacramento Howortf Bcnevolonl Society 
iknowledge the receipt nfSasi, a donation from 
rrores, of this city. Tho followingaro 
slatistlesof the Society: "llecKpliuln- 
yearj—PerBona relieved, 10.18T ; dis- 
!■'" stlont, H,aB3j receipts, 558,623 -11; M pen- 



P, 858,3' 






■i I -'!' , '>'i," , "' i ,ii li -- r rii ';'"'" tli ° Wi1 ,t " 1 " """ ,boir 



urn on gold inctcasingiheirop 
they bnvo beon fnrced lo comn boo 

•n have beard that ibe Iter. Dr. St 

lied to Ihe -17th street Presbyterian Chu 

BtotMS, Monnmcnu, Fobllo Squares. 

Amoog the sights of Now r ur k I ought 

mentioned before my admiration for the si 

ington, .hat stnnda a solemn wnmln. 



ur ci 



eolbs, iO. During tho post year, B potlentiboTo 
leccosed, 2f3 persons hoTO been son t to their friends 
n the country, ond no bavo now In charno IS 
■dulls ond 17 children/' 

TnB Felalumu JoKo.il makes the following ro- 
mrl of game killed by Julius J. Polrsob, a pro- 
Season or 180-1-3 (83 days' huntlng)7 klM<dV,04a 
qua,l., 18 deer, SB hare, 6 gr.y squirrels, 27 wild- 
cats, 3 gray roues, 21 polecats, S7 bowks of all 
species, T raccoons, IT rattlesnakes. Season uf 
]8G2-3 {401 days' bunting,, Wired 4,413 ,,ou,l, 
21 deer, 40 heara, 1 wild.cnta 8 g r «y luics 14 

rwtsuuko! h ' Vn " 8 ° f "' ""*''"• 3 ""° ^ S 

H«r 1'n """'""I* ,,, '" b0 P"'o.raoney of tho 
..a%y amonots lo S30,000,000. Most or ibis largo 
»n=. willcomodirocllyoriodlrectly Irom Uritlah 



Inglon declined tn furnish I 
;a open ibo ice chest, The i 



T Pronoh Idas of PaimJQB. 




prnjBMnontccofricliei?" 




"Kolhlogli note Woo wlihln a 
The French inolutoi dunbllcu 
good work Id dl.idlnj, tb« eitMei 


wnpllihed 


»nac!cr BJ -,wliIsh Wbttn man, 
the pluin icnchlogi uf curoinnii sen 
elon of oil cUInni i.. I i,,] li:l][ „ 


eil CU ..irarj 
e. The occ 


pngjulur inlod and DUuiotnitd i), 
French nil. The Ci.il Cudr, *> 
• ubdlriili-i coolinunllj [he ttu 


eh dlTldei n 


»in 00E q|« children, J^'*™" 5 


» principle 



ijiij other uituiroui 



ufltOUS' 



^L 



H'E CALIFOB NIA FABMEB, y 



99 



Wtoufihts Abia! Thinking, 
ibe man or itomnn who can all down and T 
nee at Ibe root of n subject and Italnk il out, p> 
th a quid but decisive shake of tbo bead, ' si 
pnllebal G™ |irtssureortbe lips can come | re 
iri.ui»n. All cnaaot do thli. To bo sure ' tl 



il liter 



■oin i 



Irjaomprehorulblo Pally. 



in, place [heir lingers on llic 
off a K aln Just as they mr< 



ttll u in everj-thinp; tile. Ererj ono can lake a 
liktei, but It likes tbe mirSrsrann lo bit 

requires the good fAinter to iblok rigil, 
ithont westing bid [boughia and orertaiing bii 

fifc-ilirc persons nro the Jirptst llrinkefs, for 
( j lave most to think about. Their B*/-ts re- 
tbe finest sod most delicate gauze ; Ihej 



ciiii: it>-j 


eht 








To iliink 


nnd 


only 


tatb 


nk, 
















Mrf« 


In 




RclivU? 


the 


lien 


ulho 


of 


ut it is lb 




nil r 


Hie ii 




id musA ; 


i«T 


ore;e 


orn 


Ble 










lew 












it engine, 


lUt 


unlet 


TOO 


ndt 


m -!.,il,- [, 


trer 


you 


viii 


ew 



t ni hnrmed, 



Forte bsir-br 
Keep the Goo 



yjjr ihe power, you will be waving time. So t 
link without acting ii roily, juitVs It is mudnes 



1 lending down one drop. So 



e.wiij Ibey go, and tl> 
Is perplexed and its pi 



tnily pan through the 
serosa tbu summer-sky, 
ng of account, yet Ibey 



great life though u— thoughts of doji 
od to others — thoughts uf serving God— nab 
s-iicf than out. Whatever be Ibo subjei 



|lf the thought* be new mid original, jAiio the 
ln-wri* them out, and let tbe rfbfld enjor 
them. ItjiutidcriDgorer soma old and Irotibk- 
toiuc tuatier, let oa toy, "Thus will 1 do— it ia all 
lean do," nod Gud will do the rest. Let ua ro- 
ember ttini ni-jhl, is Ihu lime for dreaming, ond 



ing at turning iMhej, by tbe looie enda or thei 
«mii tlckiog around n roughly-fumed shaft 
thereby strangling them before nld could he ren 

opening! in the Dnors, vitkout [he slighrest pro- 

drawn In; nndjn the large machine sbaps in thii 



irkshojij of the land is th< 
.derated T By Tar too many 
tiodalon buviog these pit- 



TtJB Dumber of pi 
rFhiladelpbinaini 
ighty-6ve. The i 



i brought bea 



ZORJf dc CO., 

QEHEBAL AGENTS, AMD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTEItV STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 

II BEEKMAN STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

FOB 

AGRICOLTURALIWPLEMENTS 



ZORN& CO., 

SAN KllANCISCn. 



iHoMitKcs" it Font 



llclingisaiKmtnojGc 



bntttriea. Most of tbi 
1 lo pieces on ber solid 

slightest damage. Shi 



1, snd even there they only made io'den*Htiuin 
hoot doingany barai lo ber. The, stecVpoinied 



" L " :k, and weighs 62D pound). When filled 
er or sand, iheir weight la ofcour. 
These weights are from tbo ucltii 



can prove apoo iflld. 
Ih a target rifle, dislam 



Y.'.ir [I.., 



n't Shorpjbootlng 



Etaj' ■" SM0 ' 000 Bl <"»»<">■>, In Brooklyn, M, 

Iho TrinmplHjit Washing Machine. 

"lit o.lniitnhle washing machloE "Ecun- 
ln«nled by John 11. Ilnroer, Esq., of Snn 
ijio pioneer former. Mr. Homer bai eiblb- 

""ehaqd „|[ W jib ibe roost triumphant 
S Su popular has it become, thai they nro 
"»r ibey can be madn. Extra workaieo 
'» busy | n irjing ,„ twp poco wilb lbp ,_ 
ur thi r:j ii,, fuiiuKing p erMtl( bare been 
^"i "gems, and tboy will ba supplied as 



A CARD. 

period of ten years has elapsed sine 
Tiber j first inrited public attention la 



.ll-lll Ail!!-, 



At fit 



i has g 



ually i 



my spur 



en'intro. 



ns, which 
from the 
Eastern Stales lo compete with their article, tbi 
IliL AXLE-GREASE has nan- acquired m 
unrivaled reputation, extending throughout thi 
length nnd breadlb of California, Oregoo, and lh< 
neighboring Territories. 

But whilst the subscribers return their grateful 
acknowledgements lo n. discerning pi 



■:.r vl -l,-|,i 



n of Cval-oil t. 


■ a bu 




dern oppllent: 


























d their 



juko a 



enlly 



to tbo native 

at large qunnlitlea 

tills subject, thor 
.reel of Ibe crudt 
lime baying been 
on, baa produced 
i lubricating prop- 



e than any uf ihe snuriaai coul-oil varieti 
PUCKS K LAMBERT, 



18 6 3. 

THRASHING MACHINES! 

THE UNDERSIGNED ARK IS RECEIPT DIKECT 

from the Minufacmror* uf a luperior lot of 

OENOIHE 

PITT'S, and G. SI. RUSSEIX & Go'l 

CELEBRATE D 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AMD GEAB.ED. 



4, G, lO, and lS-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMERS are especially requested tocill and i 
Ino before porehaalne oljo»hero. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington itreeti, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



CAULDRON KETTLES, 



FAEMER'a BOILERS, 



Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless. 

PE OfiATED RUSSIA IRON, 



"Wi-oxig-lit-Iron 

'MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 



Of All Sisu, far Hotels. Steamers and Mining Con 



MANUFAOTTJKEH3 OF 

TIN, 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

fcr'n™'j™r,!'"prleji from ISlS'lo |TM. 
TESTIMONIALS: 



8175,— SEW t OCTAVE PIANOS 

"^dl^rnril n,i.k.T,., I,., tiv.;^ ,|,, , ...; : |, „,r.ed lejrfc Jsco, 
»40, *50, |0O. *7^ « TlAJ, t US. tl^'JlM" nn'j% IGo"" " ** 

THE HORACE WATERS MEL0DEON8 
AND HARMONIUMS 

Tuned ihe K^u.l Temperament »llh ibe r,ie=i nwded 

;.-...ii.iM.-, ,_,,., iui.-.j t ,. ;.i'ii. ALi:.\.i;iriLiL oitiiANd 

rip'- 1l,|.,„l,IKM „,:.[., cr-rsr men, Churches, 3sba.Ui 
ecbtK.1., Lml(Ci, Seramin.-. i.n.1 T.-.-i,-.-. 



THE DAT SCHOOL DELL. 



New Native Apples. 

E INVITE THK ATTENTION OF PLANTERS 
allforalalooareolleetlnn of 

NEW 

^ Native Apples, §? 



Or ablch 

INd I',". .; 



knblT Bne ond tbrlfly st 



I- PACKIBO dene In Ibo best msnner and i 
ts from Son York. Philadelphia, or BililDon 

EDWD. J. EVANS & CO, 

* l'ORK, Peonsylion 



PACHECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop, 



COPPER, 
ZINC, 



SHEET IRON 
BRASS, 

JAPANED COODS. 



All Kinds of Stamped 01 Picssed Work. 

TAY, BROOKS 4 DACKD9, 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

THE ORIGINAlTp. P. STEWART. 

Fuel Baving and Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

SDM1IER AMD WINTER AIR-TIGHT, 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bitnminous Conl. 



■il. Misi'i-.v/T-.-ne-Ererj norllnn of the Stoio Is 
tbamucblj eon.-lrii K I 1. ,,l, ;,,,-,. ;. .„,, ,.. , ,,. , 



THE PACHECO BARLEY-MILL 



' .ImilD In cunilnidilon, .ad euU> X ke p rik orf™"' ' 

A NEWMgANG PLOW. 



^"""■!>*lllill. U lw ciliilillaJ 

EVERY KIHD OF CABTIHG3, 



■1 M 


j. 


Agencj or Jlestrl. R 


11. Wortbln 


ton, 






'So- 


Ueisra. B. U. * P. 




butb 




ll|.|.UlLJli:.|. 


See 


lied, all Ibelr laisel, 



AnExtra Flock of Sheep for Sale, 

JtTfSR UufbodnM^urf 1 ' 1 ' 88, MOV ' t T" .LEAVE 

Jul* "i-'j"" 1 •■;. ■■-. ..,"1 ,«,: :'iN.'i:",; ( o 1 , i ;;■;.!:.[ ,', , , , . l i ; 
iu'.-Wr/i ,:. .-...-, :::.;.': l ^::::7, ,; '"-- : l v-' 1 ' ,LL 

p2 S5™^ i ^ " ,,a ™^- n s s i"« B si^ 



trtheSlovonmf 
"Yib, Tne Dood. 



bold Ibereln, and used er thrant 
ntcT Ilorroa Fldi-Bj »l,lob 1 
and officlonilj boated lhan by on' 



'SitTKor lV*T«niesPM"i°Ai,o 11™5'ii,o C 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. I, 

\i'':'':"-'i--l',',"u\;.-''-! '-]'.',',"',■•,' I. 1 '','.' ?'■ >]";, ' '-:' [ '-- L 
-'■■' ". ■ ■■ 1 1 ■.:. ■:[■ 11 iv. ..".V 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 

Uu emlro ne»« D rfc ol IK) p« 5 ej, oed nrnrij MS lunes .ad 
h '.'■"',:, l -T\.!\'\,'.";''i'',- } 'i "i:' A ",'i '""' r '" h '"'" )"'«" 

i;",i , iV.-'i"i 1 ;''!.":'i'-.r,"""'] L >.'r " ! T"' ''■"'■'•■■ ■^'■"-;- l,;, .-.Xi!.nh 

";.4;': : '' l ' :; ? l -^'^' l - ,, ^ : r"M,;"';:;:;;j:::;^;'j 
S ™ sis. ^ j urr n L ( ?p r s, CDF " = fun "' ,,n, - "■= «» 

THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 



THE HASP OF FREEDOM 

i-.'uN/wJi/j'mj l l'. ,: ■■']V,."'!; , '"■u;V^;;;|. ,, ' m '! l ^; l ,^^' n • ! ^™■■ 
- .in-,-,,.,.,-.- ,. r it,-, -. , . ■., "■■' 

RUTH: A SACKED CANTATA 



THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 



THE ATHENJ3UM COLLECTION 



IwiedliS^'p'rter'^^"* ^ 



VOCAL MTJSIC, 
Witli Piano Actump&niment. 

I.:".!,,-, 4 ,-.,.„,- .,1 ii,,,,, ,.. irof flI * ■*'' - - l, °™ 01 " s "'"- 

IVlHi". Scelhsllb onnmn „n. |>. oTEM'^l: 
t.W.KB M. NICKLBl 



JACOB ZEOH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

PiaHoforte Manufactory, 

■418 MARKET STHEET 
Betoeen Sinse me and Dai la r f '/,„ t,, 

I ?b« IbLen"^ N0TIO « TO TIIB PUBLIC 

'" ^n.,''^'". t -?"v "'''■' ■;""■■" '''■'"'■- ■'"'''' "■r°i°*n 

i^ir'^Mi VuV'r IbV'n, 1 ;,; 1 ] s t '7' :i!ll, ' J l '" " n7 """'"" 
16 ' JACOB ZEOH. 




Watora' Cheap Musio for tho Million. 




too 



-Fh E OALIFOBNIAJABM| 



Sfci WifmmtE Jframra. 



1/ Arrivals and Departures. 



l^hlpmcnt of Applea to W^tt ao J : " 



ifrDmliorphi'sHonl. The l>Dt- 



i market. The . 
olio well mid ketn,, u '| 
lin.Winp,.- d. S 




— - 



THE OALIFOBNIA FABMBB. 



101 



OBITUARY. 

itrlckfn down. Another friend of 
JamMiy, *<""' elieerfol smile of rend)- gnctlaf 

»lki of lire." 

dnilroyer I how thy fool 
i [esvp a darkened shadow. If we go io ibo 
I tbero ; If we inru (o (bo Ml tbv 
uk is there, and if nc march straight on, there 
e mouraers, Ibcre the mur- 
drum, all uttering in Ibelr varied voices, 
■lb, death, dtoibr' 

James Allen has written hta Inst edilo- 
thlj- man-rial. Ho has finished his copy 
lommoeed before the Great Reader of 
) bear the "proor ol his own life" read 
i. decided upon. 

editor of Ibe TVaihoe Times, 






We knew him well, and we not 
II. we know: ha will go to bis I 
lean "proof," for the "tjpa" of 
tapf" of ooblc thought! and a 



■ndr-good', 



IktNsidso.— The Carson Iodepeodent ujrt: 
■e credibly informed that dim- teen stamp* 
Only, io Big Creek, Canon District, Lander good- 
nod out rewollF, as the remit of thirty 

iby Weill, Fargo k Co.'s Gipress thence 



hat \ 1 


nlshouliLCe put 


into 


uccessfol op tra- 


lion bet 
Toed 


••*;"</ 






■J/k. n«« 


River 


in New York is 


3,1 IS m 


es; to St. Louis, 1,078; 




K*-; ro 


tuby Valley 113; 


■cobs 


illc-6; Virginia 


:,iv i;i 


; Sacramento 321 


; SlQ 




■r.iaci, 


o45T; Geneva 11 


Fleai 


ant Valley DIs- 


IlitllS 


Washington 40; 


btveo 


wood District « 


iegu.i 


ah**. <„,»... 


Hop 


District 10. 










1 from Little Rod 






ttlred herood Red River. 


His cavalry only oc- 


copy A 


iudclphia. We ba 


ve hot 


a few additional 


p.rlicul 


rs in regird to lb 


attack on Pine illuu". 


tbe reli 


I force numbered : 






pi« tJ , 


artillery. Their 1 


nil 


iid to have been 


tret, a 


tbe rout was cote 




Pine Bluff was 


badlj >] 


nmged by shells. 


Steps 


lave been taken 


to Inter 


tot the rebel retre 


'■ 




Fort' 




roan, 


and often favors 










right. 








If we 


oold read Ibe sec 








should fmdioeac 




lite sorrow and 


fs. Serin 


i no ugh to disarm 


ill bo 




[ * tl ™ 


pies, like coffee, ih 


aldt 


well settled. 










■ K 


rMryDMn's and Beeoiu.ia's 


Catalogues. 


TTt tt,.. 


be very happy 




er astJttaoce to 








lalagu 


es far them. Tho 


c wh 


desire to bare 



ft them di 
ds, and it 
c bouse of 



to old m.m named Crnndell, and 
look all his hones, carried off all the 
ill, aod everything movenble in the 



jods. Corinth dates of Ibi 
vo-lhirds of the First All 
reentry surrounded by a I 



bn.ua Reg; 



e ofn 



ed in reaching Corinth, tbongb probs- 
Ir lost many kilted and captured. 
Intelligence from Memphis the Jib, stales that 
be rebels miacki-d Collu-r.iltc apiio OD the 3d, 
nd after a brief but snn E uinarr struggle, the reb- 

jffd, iinninc ili';m Brigadier General Geary and 



FRENCH PLATE GLASS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED [S HAPPY TO INFORM 
hn Friends and iheTrj.Ii-r!,,! bn h .■ .■ -ni.r i- h,- 1 
himself in this city u en Importer and Dialer in 

PLATE-GLASS) 1I1RROKS, 

STAINED GLASS, ETC, 

Direct from Europe, or the 

BEST WHITE QUALITY, 

Of all thicknesses and dimensions. Large invoices 
Plata-cla.s oow openad-.i.rl varyinc from 3' " 
UiilB, and latter >iiu -ill Da Imported to Ord* 



Messrs- Ang- Hymns*; Co's Patent French Plate-Oliuuv 



ril Clvi^l 



v.- York. 



1 Inv 



CRYSTAL SHEET, STAINED, ESAMELEI 

CDT AND GBOtJKD WINDOW GLASS, 

ROSETTES. ROUGH PLATE-GLASS 

FOR SIDEWALKS, ETC, ETO. 

Irders received for CHURCH WINDOWS, Orna men 

and Plain, in any ,1, ■!,■■ ., .,1 ,,„,- .rin.tn.i-.r,. !■, 

n"ni™M*o™ mndmrj,°or Olaja.Van have tnaV pa 
as or deilnna made to order. All styles and sires 1 

Glass for Conservatories, 



and 

GABDBHBUILDIHGS, 

To order. Also a large Intoleoof 

SUPERIOR MIRRORS, 

Framed, of an Entire New Pallern. 

citable- for Holeli, Parlors, Saloons, elo. These goods 



st.Hi a full tw, 



<e goods, I hops to merit a 1 



Fr, H. Rosenbaum, 



CslLIFORWIA MARBLE WORKS, 
Grant & Devine, 

OFFER FOE SALE 

MANTLES, CRAVE-STONES, 

MONUMENTS, TOMBS, 

TABLE-TOPS, GRATES, TILES, 
Sculpture, Carving, Lettering, 

And all kinds or OHN AHESTAL WOilK will recti™ 1 



PR£ MIUMS 

....AT TUE.— 

WORLD'S VAT.H.. 

me d -A_:l 




INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1863. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing Machine, 

Full. EslilbiUou, ISIil. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are linl vera ally Achnoireledged 

TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 




. Tii'.j ,r.|™tfu«I 






Bile purchased all 



;bll Tor counties for is 
;an ho made. Single cbur 



1 loi^iyi 

+i/ ■-, Aoi days •! tanj " *S/o. 

■ e W Sing-lug- Book. 

"Voice of praise," 

io s ooo 

i bold in two months. 

■ "4°™' " d *"**"* of Choirs, scadordtri Immi 

A. KOHLER, 

uso Dtidor, Sso ErvcUjco. 



Id by WHOLESALE s 



James R. Deane, 

PAINTS, OILS, 
VARNISHES, 

WINDOW CLASS, 

BRUSHES, ETC, 



INTO. IB OLAT STREET, 
Iwica Buicry and tna— OpposlM U10 Itallroad lloi 



Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
ABE THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINES 

....FOB.... 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING. 
CORDING. 
QUrLTING, 
TUCKING, 

FELLING, 

GATHERING 

HMBHOIDEBINO ; 
K MOST CtCOKOBQCAt. 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IN USE. 



Cleanse the Blood. 







•rtnnrnl 1>>- Dr. J -O, AYEIt A; CO., LovtcII.Misu. 

Mfi. : :- ,.„.:■.., l-,..ri'-..,-i. Ii II i| : |i,„,.,| .._ ,.,' .•'...,'', 
IBOto, and alldeartrs-la r:i- u .,:.■■ 13oo»oi 




Cor.; Montgomery and Saoramonto rtreatr, 

WsV FRANCISCO. 

J. H. HAYDEN, 



\ 


KOHLER'S 




NE~W STOEjE, 




* 620 * Effl Vuaingtos streat, 




Becoad Door abova Hsjolm'a Opera Hoaia. 


« 


£$> 


THE 


msk 


First Fall Ixxiportation 


j^^m^ 


NEW DRY GOODS! 


' wMr 


SAN FEANCISCQ, 


^H^ 


HAS BEEN RECEIVED 


^wwilli 


KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 


^I^^^^^S 


riTo. 1, 


^^^ V^^^^jltigp 


Sloiil jjo me ry street. 


q^^^&^=^^s 


5TEAUER CONSTITUTION", 


OPENING; FOR THE HOLLEOAYS 


Tie owrlnanllleaa. Stack or TOYS and 


100 Cases Dry Goods, 


PARISIAN GOODS 


SILKS OF EVERY VARIETY 


Rich Crystal and Porcelain Ware, 


and Style, 


Elegant Work Boies, Dressing- Cases, 


Tho best nssorlod Hock of 


Toilet Cases, Cigar Case's, 
PORTMONAIES AND ETJU1S 


Dress Goods 


Of ne» ud beautiful Paittrni 


E«r opened In Son Francisco. 


TOILET BOTTLES, 


Embroidered and Lace Seta 


TORTOISE SHELL ARTICLES, 


and Collars 


WATCH CHAINS, LADIES' BAGS, RET.CULES, 


of too latcil patterm to bu 


IVORY BRUSHES, SHELL COMBS, 


8 B «e *" 


LIQUOR CASES, GIRAFFES, FLACONS, 


0I-.O^_IES 


And.r.o.tofotuc, R.-a.^jUfa, Ardclr, in a *■- 


SH^TLSS 


aaleeUd oyBr.KOKLBR 


From A. Be, aad Chat«« Collaodon loEaropo, Esprool, 








B®- REyEJIBER TO BUY EARLY. -ffiB 


for Ibe Sin Francisco 




and Country Trade. 


Tarlely and PrlcǤ Warranted to 






Blankets, Quilts, Hanneb, 




Sheeting 1 , Irish Linen. 




Tabl nsn, Towels and Toweling-, 


». B.-g.„ hand, tin Ba« Aa,a r , M c n t of 


Hosiery, Undergarments, 


CHOICE MUSIC, 


Damasks, Lace Cmtains. 


Music Books, Musical In truments, 


t And everything gFocrollv found in ft 
well managed 


HTelodeons, Pianofortes, Etc.. Etc, 


Dry Goods store. 


Huitabto lor Chrktmu FraMnla. Batllfactlon Dnarracitosl 
or no aala. 


ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 


n.l.lUHllAteJU-uhlnp.n .tract, 
IVIi.,!,.,,.,— !■.:( ? u „.:„„„. .traot. 


But quality » 11 £4 per pair. 


8ANFRAHCIBC0. 




KIRBY, BYRNE & CO.. 














COAL OIL LAMPS 


J 


LAMP STOCK, 


ALSO 


"-*"'■«■■• ■-*- ..-.. 


CHANDELIERS ! 


Will, T, COLEMAN & CO., 


One, Two, Three, Four, and Six Lights. 


SHIPP1HQ & COMMISSION MEECHANT8 


OILS! 


... ...... .« 


SPEUM Oil, 


DOMESVIC EXCHANGES 


NEATSFOOT OIL, 


a New York and San Fianciaaa-* ' 


TANNER'S OIL, 


BARCLAY & IKIIZMER, 


Comet Illuminating 


Stock Brokers, and Mining Secretaries, 






KER0S2NE OILS, 






A.X.L KINDS OF STOOKS. 


CAMPHENE, turpentine 


-: 


FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 




FOR SALE BY /' 




STANFORD BROS., 


^ 00-raaraIWa.blnitoa ana M at. DmI ri .,««,, 


MANUFACTURERS AH rj IMPORTERS. 






North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

mmi b favo r ^b| n °1.rnJ 1 '''"° 11 lld ™» W»™hou» on lbs 

' Emrj-rstiHij Is nntrod r r slorln. wt.... n 

Floar, anil other Doma.tlo Prodm* * ^ '' 


121, 123 aad 125 California street, 


San Francisco Cordage 


Made on eniirovtd Merebeodbe 
,- H'M. I. COLEMAN .1 00., 
" Pronrlelora 


Company. 

C 1 dMIlitJrtLol K of :HASD • A FDL1, AHD C0U - 

CORDAOE. 


Black Spanish Fowls. 


A liL B ,wiV a 0> TUO,loo,IHI1REtl l"-*CKaPAH- 


MANDFAOTDRED TO ORDER 


.,„ » E.iiouoir, 

Oaiaail.il.iiioliCo. 


TUBUS It CO., 

16 611 U i(ii3 Fn)llulUwiL 



a. 



102 




yHE_O AI 

~~ //hott to Pay the Root. 

■I BO xK see horr I'm to get tbroBgh this year, 
nd pay my re nt, and support my wife and ehil- 
!ren," sold a youog man to a friend « l»ey TCt " 
diking borne together at nTgblf.ll. "It looks 
Jntlter nod darker ercry day. >'J present, "' 

9^M.F^t*-lWi»- llarylsa capi- 
tal manager though, find Ifnnybody coo liter tiio 



^IlFOBNIA^FABMEE. 



0= 



on E ly indoctri 
itsassneiatoi 
nnndi of tbo ' 



d of bopo tbnt tbeir (I 
titer all. Why were tb 
,ted n-itbin our breast! 
■ir Guil goal? Better • 



id ont;" nod Ibo JOQDg 
he street, heaving a. sigh 
i as troubled people ore 



it you in tbo troy of paying one qua 
iodos lo do It, then— Ibe quicker 



r job in wbidl joo pro 
,d then nbeo you are 

■«. That would Bare j 
sr Oyer fifty dollars." 
"Butlbon a cigar is sn 



selfishly Hick lo nil yi 
lore of a 'man than 1 
ie pledge for you am 



yourself lo the fight, if you are going tc 



saut ealLt of the spirit for nourishment uobeedtd, 


usss" 


od i hat Is by oor diet, 10 clogging tho system 


Hit friend irarmly 






citable quality, to supply the demands of nature, 




■thich erer seeks tbo best good of her children. 


Tho goud resolulio 






termination to profit by the inrejligatlou, then 

















percd by stimulating food, thai its dec 
not a true criterion to judge by, as It wt 



:e placed In this world ol 



a thought of the pleas* 
life by hli side. Ho 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

©"crockery, & 

glassware, 
french ohina, 

table cutlery, 
clocks, mirrors. 

rialcd and Britannia Wato, 



SOLE A0ENT5 FOB CALIFORNIA. 

1C SAN30ME STREET, COBSEfl MI- I'.OII '.:«T 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 

So. 303 Battery street, neat Sscramenw atror 
MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wood and Willow-ware; 

....HATE FOR SALE.— 
EWrkctaitf ill VEnd*. Uro-.tn., \Vi*"b'l'r,*r.l', 



.,:, I IV,,-. I.,..- hlf.l',!,. 



BASCHE Ac SOJVtg, 



DEALERS IN 

PIANOFO RTE S. 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &c, 



; T UiH-v 



; aLK.il 



.rilKST. 



it well lolooled Shi 

Minds an, I Bound ticks to San Franol.-co. and It Is a 

Flora 'tV|"°n"pil pubNVb?"iYlb* En-t °TIiJt ba" - 
I. . 1 1 --.,,. i Isf.r Hi. r,ll.=T,n.-.-,-„r„„.,M,,r,. ; Yi-in and 
Piano Flilo anil Piano, Viniin i>oJ Uuini, Mule and 
iMnt..r. Pi ,ri', :ir„l liuiMr, Bm Hand email and - 

pianos and all other musical 

Mnslocojiledaod arransod far all In'tcumonls; - 




horse, lo seek shelter for the night in Lbt- eoltage 
nf a pious American peasant, wbn, greatly struck 
wilh the manner and language of bis guest, over- 

coontry: "And uuw, Almighty Father, if it Is 
Thy Holy will that *u shall obtain a place and 
name among the natlouB of the earth, graol that 
He may be enabled to show oor grnillude f or T hy 
goodness by our endeainn 10 fear and nbey Thee. 

battle, and let all our victories be tempered with 



wo could /nt accotaullab nilhout this needed and peace. Grant the petition or thy (errant for 

d «.£ £.L »m u* "■ "■ "■ ZZt ° f Uini Wh0QI ,1,DU b °" ' hr ' bt " 

T^luH Ai, „y„ t ._Th. world must be U ^"our a$& were ™ri»7G««l. h,^ 

amused. 11 is entirely false reasoning In suppose «t Political (Leruls. P "" S bLatnU ^"'^ 



himself eiclu 
any description. It will not do 



too much relaxation Is ns pern! 
all. Dot, to the industrious toll 
Of the bean is just os indispensll 



Down GotfcT 
delightful In t 


-There 1 


sweetest joy of 
from tooferrin 
fact we disco* 


T.b.'hu 


divine llelugtr 








of Importing I 


olhtn, 




me our o 


knee, philanthropy II 


draws It out, i 




seek the Inte 


coarse o 


pllficd. The- 
leo.ee carries I 


sec Ibe 1 
ery con 
A only r 


eiecotlon Im, 




our klodotis. 


whloh 



omething 




a that th 


purest nod 


on nthe« P 


laihTw, 


the benignity D r that 




empered our 




re the means 


aid, by a 


ort of reflet 


■ Whilst 


selfish gran. 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY & CO 

PIANOFORTES. 

The subscriber, late a member of Ihli wall-kuonorirm 
has eitabll.bed a 

Wholesale andEetail Depot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

Where bo -ill be bappy m receiTO orders, nnd oipeoial 
U W hear from his friend;, ncd the nitron* of the lal 

nolifollynroparodtofnrnlihlhBmallnoiorr low- 
tWholeJale and K-.U\[ I'ri ■*<. in.l tven i'i-ir,,, b 
lly-arramed. Seed fur Dt'sriuliio CiKuloM.t ' 
1 Orders to 

SIBERIA OTT, 

720 Sroudway, New York City. 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

Hlr»aTrinted.~h'olo Aeency and Voi^'Tho trn 
ipplled. 

Bootmun'B Pianoforte Trilling Scales. 

—SOMETHING NEW— 



MIIKltl-l OT7T, 
Colo Aeeney and Darwi, 
73i Birndnay, Kow York City. 



BOWEN BBOTHEE 

WHOtESAlE ADD BETiH DEALERS IN 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY i< 

' ; GBOOEEIES, 

W Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores 

OF EVEKT 
PBrtlealir attention Is always gl«n lo 




ro, for Family TJsr,. 



KIND, AT LOW PKIOES. 

itoek of Goods. Mi 
SPECIALITIES, for our 

FAMILY TIR-AIDI 

seen as— . . , 

OLD JAVA COFFEE, and nil other choice *«**< 

TEA ^k h ;;:^:--;rcr:bed,Powd ;r 

PRESERVES, J«»l««, J" 103 . Drltd FrU11 "' hU 
spioes !...«■»»■ ■■• '" «"T '•'■ SIRUPS .r 

BUTTER a CHEESE Urn. lt.m«.nl.br«„« I,.,™.: .1... .!»,=.., E« m 
SELECT WINES AND "'"iS"^.^,*. 11 

BONELESs''°SAr"d7ne"s,"'«'"»I ini*. S ™ B " <"-""- a - " ""»« V*, 

B °" VIEEKUIEB COUSrV CHEESE. ,i,p«n.r I. .., Cta„. I. 1». t««..r r . 

«wa»ra S s I p f,&?f„S,^„^,=r.,'?.t,?t. WBA WIlra ^ 

HlFia, 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streeti, 
San'Frantiii«, 



BRATICII STOtlK— Hnnl 



BIGELOW BROS. 8s FLINT, 
GENERAL IW SURA WCE AGENCY, 

PIBE JVNT> LI373S. , 



OFFIC E— XortUwest Corner illonlgomery and Sacramento .it reels, 



Capital Represented, over $10,000,000!!! 

LIFE iDEF^IR.TWIEP'fT. j 

ASSETS OVER $6,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF ITIBTW TTOEtKi 

urrfy nuiuai. Tkt only Siotk Ciapany in America trAoae Charier provides thai all tho profits list 

be dwidrd pro rata araony Iht policy holileri, 

>f sending npppllcaLions to Ken Tork. 
rad a Territory, and trnmlt lo and from tho States to Cililoi 



Policies Issued nt thli Aioney wit- 
Roildeneo in California, Oregon, 
,oo t oi tra eh arco. Dlrldondsa| 



iod to p: 



t of Pre 



■r ;.|.]i-,l 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF HABTPOKD, OOlNTIvr : 
Residence in California Free of eitra chargo. 
This Company declares BO per ceot Dlrliends annnnllr, and tho Assorod can If he dosiros (fife a raUb 
ono-hiir tho annual promlum. 

Books nnd Painphlois oonlalning full detail' of tbo syitem or Lifn Insurance, can he bod at tho Agency. 

Toe Cheapest and Best Lifa Insnranca Company in' the World ! 

Xr-MtlE I>EI*A-It.T]MCE]V r i?. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HABTFORD, COKTIST ; 

ASSETS, $1,200,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FKANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW" YORK: 



■ • - - ■ 82,000,000! 
Letters of Credit for !$i240,000. 

§50,000 Catifomia State Bonds dcjiosired with Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, Park Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co, 



WM. B. READY & BRO., 

301 nod 30:1 J street, between! 101b nod 11th, 
BAOBAMENXO, 

Wagons and Carriages, 

AGHICULTUBAL IMPLEMEHTB. 

SOLE MAKERS AND PATENTEES OF THE 

CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow. 

■ ■' ;: '' ' ' i"' "i- "''i^'SSi 

.ejla i£™mX:\;';..:\': ;'" r :■■; '■' <<™?<*«w* ^ onr 

Steam Hawing, Planing and Turning. 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 



MILITARY GOODS 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Sashes, Et 

lunnitar and alannfoeinror of 

«i '^i.] ,. insMi:,^, i-,.,,.,^ , h[ |TU , v h , :1| . r ., „„,.„. 

ilrodby 



^ietlts, Sllllun and CI 



i')i-:ii-i .IuiinsViN, 



Board, of References : 

FRED'IC RILLTN'GS, E-q. J. P. FLINT E=q 

HENRY CARLTON JR.. r Flint, Pnabody & Co. 

of W. T. Colemnn & Co. " LOUIS McLANE, Esq.. 

ANDREW H. t'ORRES. Esrj., f Walls Fargo & Oo. 

or Forbes: & Bubcoek. O. B. POLHEJIUs! Esq.. 

JOriN li. REDINGTON. Esq., f Alsop & Oo. 

of llfdingiou &. Oo. JONATHAN HUNT. Esq., 

J. D. KITTLE. Esq., Sun Francisco 

of Detain, Kittle £ Co. 



Wholesale Prioes. 

oB»i!jTBd C r?bo r io C rio"' Uu " 1,, ""8' hai •'"•" pans of 

Petalnma Onards. 

;i:, ,..,- I, '..:..!>- |,l,.- , ..,,„, ,!,..,. ...,„, k „ „ rMnill 

in" ',' '\'K '' i'"";^, 1 ',',". '",""" '""'"TKII. Tboprico, 
I'.'.'i'-'ii'l ra'i", "'"' '"" ™" h "" """ l; -'. "'.'i 

rr "'" '■■'■'" '-''■' '' """ ■' 'I; ,||,l r i||., :, JB 0J| , . 



S- W. SHAW, 
Portrait Painter. 

" mb ° r ?'! " B ,°. or - «««»«tllo Librn, buildl. 



X*HOXO'GH»iAl*B tf 

AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery- 
No. GJ9 0LAY STREET...SAN KltANlllSCO. 
OVER THE UROOHRY STORE. 

all sTTi,r:s or i-..\!.-i:v iw-r.T on LAitoESliS 
PhofoKrais'liit for 9S ]ior Doi& 

L.ico-.liod I'hMogrophs. tho sam^ boretoftr«t»»g 

largnroiBmalIor,i"i 1 ,*i n '7.r,',%Vi'ii!n'' "" 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. vJ 



Bcnare or Eiiiftoatci-a 1 1 

tvcnieut tilth OEI)ii(i'i:'i'i''!i,';ii^ , |j; l ,-'Vun» il 



THE CALIFORNIA FARMER. 



103 



IV otice to F 1 a 1* m e r - 




'SEEING THR GREAT VEEP OF LAtlOR-FAVIN'n MAfrnSKS IS" TUTS STATE, WE PURCHASED 
in > late vlill Eul, ibo RIOUT IS CALIFORNIA, lo iho oalcbnlad 

WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

Will whbb » Boy »od Teem can Sow nod Cullirnto, In ibo bell pouiblo nuur, FIFTEEN ACRES PER SAT 



I, Sin Francisco- Far furthar particular, add™, 

D. & H. A. WINTER, 

630 MA.B3ET STREET. 




Denn & Manrow's 
Combined Power 

Wine press. 



228 Montgomery street, 



PACIFIC RAILROAD, 




PEORIA STEEL PLOWS, 

Mane By TOUEY £ i 



Boston Steel Clipper Plows, 

CAST ^LO "W S 

SUB-SOIL, DEEP-TILLER, 

SIDE-HILL, 
SHOVEL, DOUBLE-MOULD, ETC. 



HARROWS, 

HORSE-HOES, 
CULTIVATORS, 

CAHOON'S SEED-SOWERS, 
CIDER AND WINE-PRESSES, 

HAKLEY-MILLS, 
CASE-CRUSHERS, 

FLAX AND HEilP-DHESSERS, 
COTTON-GINS, 

CHURNS, 
CORN -SHE LLERS, 

HAT-CUTTERS. 

Hioycs' Port aisle CirlHt-aifllH, 

PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW-MILLS, 

Bui: ins Cloth, Hill-Stones, 

RUBKEU AKD HEMP PACKING, 

Leather and Ruliuer Belling, 

Leather and Kabticr Hose ; 

Planing, Tennoning. Mortising, Bash, 

Tonguing, and Grooving Machine v 

Steam Ehig-ines 

3 to 40-korse Power, 
Stationary, Portable, nnd Hoiitkg Engines, 

THRASHING AND RANCH USE. 

Hardware and Agricultural Goods 



TREADWELL & CO.,, 



COLDE W EAC L£ 

Corner Seventh and K HlrcetH, 

SACRAMENTO. 

Tins HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AS 
" me for Famine;.- .nd fur ibo Trauelor. 

Propriclor hu inured nelihor on-onio or care lo 

.at id .11 ibal mnj favor him Hfifa »c.]L 

b nraplo attorn modal Ion, by incim of spaclon. 
of Hwn» for Families, and h( recent enlaced 



licular alleellon will always be p»td in Ibo Mir 

furlibltnci of ibo eporlmonls, by noil renillatc 

I, clean Beds and BtlldlBC and Uriel alloello 

wants of Boardoni wbllo Iho TABLES will b 



AMERICAN HOTEL. 

TOJNd ALES. 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Tenia, 

■'"'»"■!■ '" '•■■:■ •«••■■■■/■■'■ '.iiu'''i-\;\,'^iii ,',''.. ."v!.'H 



DE. PEARSON'S NERVINE 



J. &; C SCHREIBEB, 

DEALERS IN 

BEDS, BEDDING, 

EXJR3STITTJRE, 

WB HAVE ALWAYS OK HAND TUB BEST 

Knotted BED-SPRINGS, of every site ; 
CURLBD HAIR; 
JIOSS; TOW; 
BED-LACE; 

LIVE-GEESG FEATHERS; 
Spring nnd Mattress TWINE; 

Rendv-mado BEDTICKS, 

SHEETS, and 

COMFORTERS, 
of all el 

PULU, 

SOHREIBER'S 
IPuIu a.ncl Bedding; Depot 

N. a.— SCHREIHER'3 are oereroul of PULU. 



^iterarg i&ljnibberu. 

Are (danelng brightly, with ln.tr.uu ray. 
Heralding forth the new-barn day. 
Out lo the early morn ho got,, 
Hi. cheeks as red on Iho damask rose, 
As his voice o'er the bill lops gladly rings. 



When tho anltl doy.god'i ean» 
And Iho plow-bay"! daily task 
Homeward ho wends his weary 
With cheerful lhon B bu of the I 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF TUB 

Sail. Quentin. Salt, 



ions SAM QrjENTLV ROCK; 
do ARM EN ISLAND; 
do SANDWICH ISLAND an 



B and 320 Front street, 



DIt. KNOWsLES, 

DEIVTIST, 

U. Oil CLAV STREET, HH1F-. BUILDING, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Honra: FromOA M.,to6P,H. 

ALL WORK &£&^ TEEMS CASH 
IS I^^^^WBEN WORK IS 

WARRANTED! ^^-LJ-W j> 1HI gij SD | 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



JFii'Sst Premnim 

DOUBLE WASHING MACHINE 
ECOIVOMY ! 



SDJDNB ii 
THIS ISA MACHINE THAT SI. 

' ['lb'. r .l].„.|f, , rl „ i i..''!.l'Vr<!i l i \£wer'. 



V= | , . , ; l| | ' l| ;, 1 '''" l '' :i '^Y'i'r^ea.o.'aV'ibe 






■ Ttrai.— Tho editor of tl 



jaw, nnd couldn't therefore 
Singing friend laughed, looked 
wbi3iliog"Duokay." But tho 

olnmlnedold brlndlo'e mouth, 



young grass, 
e, and went off 
aark of H. had 
ingly went and 



bo ivns entirely dcstltuiouf 
»Ihl Angry nt Iho supposed client 
nindlo tno miles lo Iho house or the 
ought her of, through a driving raia 
id uncle deep, and after berating Ills 




Hon- Soooicnfl Vtaav W»tbh.— Thora is n 
rirnnco of the soldiers nt Boilon Rouge, lor i 
ag nnter lo tho cnmpj, thnt diBplnysconsidi 

■ood filled to tha head nith apirot, lit 
■heel nf a wheelbarrow, nnd a rod nf iroi 
be tongue of a buggy, that forks near Iho b 



ig like 



.1 like i 

i wheel. Tw ( 
nllh considei 
Ihcperforma 



The Homo JDiirnul says ngenilemnn hod ucca- 
ion to ndvcrtlso fur a cook, and. among other np- 
lioniions, nil lone i from a "young ludy " of tbe 



with boioi of 



ifiei ll..' :.l(.-r..ii'.[i ili.n' t |„. T 



■I,"'.:,.; 

naw, tbin"wo''wlli 



ring for hutllc nnd huve bar- 
rrilh 500 bnlee r Pulu or ihe 
oullet proof nnd inaecl proofs 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IH 

Pnre New York, .Boston, and New Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

Lho Tr» may rely n,«n a pure articto, of a Tory 

■ oortor naaliiy. Porfalobrlho p'ipo, 

Barrel, or Cue, at prices u0 - 

proeodontedly low. 

Corner of Front ttt.and Broadway, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



The British Beviews, 
Blackwood's Iffagazine, 

THX I0NU0K aDARTERLY <Coniorvai| V e). 
THE EDIHBDROH EEV1EW (Whig}. 
THE KORTH BRITISH^ BE VIEW fFrea Chnreh). 
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (liberal). 
BLAOKWOOD'S EDIKBURQH KAOAZINE (Tory), 



500 Pounds CsUifornla Onion Seed. 

t?ive nui 

r L -Ltu. . 



American Watch Factory ] 

, WATCH REPAIRING 

( AT NEW YORK PR in - '/"'^ I 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN FRANCISCO^ CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 13, 1863. 



NUMBER 14. 



Sjre ©alitaia jfarntFr. 



'Ofi*-N..& 



jan-woRK- or •■■.■-■,- 1 

ty All Irtl • 



HORHINt,. 



=oT 



ids [a whom «t annually send out 
io not fuigct lo report their lucttn : 

JDitoR CuimnufM FaBUm: 

lire seen in [ho Faiubb [hat you woul 
lawabontlbe success or the different 

pre yaa my experience : Tho Xooparcll w 
[sated, la due kuid, nod railed quite n lol 
, that looks a great deal belter [bun the si 
ju seal me. Toe Hungea Ueans ire green 



[As fo m 

Informotii 
wanted, > 



ill be preceded by general remarks on minei 
inlinging tho suhject frorn week ta week.] 
riiBMoTB 



uald try n 






■ad In 



i dried up before Ibey dime I 
Cbe garden seeds I did cot plant, as 1 had i 
If thein planted already. The soil I 



I .iii i;>„. 



9 il 



fifteen feet deep. Finit trees at 
V splendidly, without irrigati 
rough cultivation ; I have foil; 
s, three years old— apple, pear 
:ot and fig. t had plenty of ft 



mine 



,ail the I 
leaf or any did 



ffiijr*,™ o/JVWnre. 



inda of animal.. These Ihre 
ie ot (be basis or three prli 
nowledgo. The animals, of v. 



departments embrace all 
.ve life, nod treat of their 
if structure, (bcir bahits, 

if knowledge, Miiicriilnpjr, 
aatare. It describes the 

etbodsof 



ntlb 



bare been solidified 

o solid. We can not 
ince from the class o 



'Uid by vitality, and having \homojtntou> 

tire. The fiat limitatiou hereTrlatcd— oot 

organized by vitality— elcludes oil living struc- 
' i or each os bare resulted from vital powers ; 

eludes all mixtures or aggregate}. The different 
, getna, and ores are minerals, while granite 
slate, cloy nod Ibo like, are mineral age 

re iu graoite, for there is oo difficulty 
plekiug oai from the mass n shining scaly m 
(mine.), (tad with more attention, ,e, 

oe whitish or reddish particles (feldspar) 

bo easily distinguiahed from others (quarts) 

bavo a glassy appearand. 

is a popular belief that doors grow. 

•bsenco of any proper growth Is the 

, distinguishing minerals from objects 

hare life. Plants and animals are noorish 
the circulation of a fluid through [heir Inti 



It tbei 



af i 



iy appear worthies, 
illy so di,gt- • 



'or [he melals are generally so dijgu.rcd that 
lolhinVuf tbcirreal anlnre is seen. There is nn 
ire of fcna which has nearly the color and luster 



bundred forcig. 
; had fine grape 



Ipeoing. By thorough c.< 



ed grapes I en 
beat In raislr 
id raised i 



lotherfrolt. I I 

hero they have thousands or Tit 
reagreat ways behind this S 



l .mid reply bricuy Io oar friend's le 
snrpoinii: Tho Kooparel! Wheat la r 
'— : " as il has proved, as a wheat for fli 



:d to out Slate by the growing o 



The. 






aally. 



• •bald always be planted 1 opnn a deep, rich 
nd on upland soil. It is " Upland illci." 
lelghbar must try again, and we will fur- 
>&, free. The other seeds should have been 
« w experiment, tbey being new varlclles, 

. in the letter, will he attended in. 

! pirated to receive ihe correct and aue, 

siollof gnodclti „n, -villn.nl irrijr,. 

' '■ ! '"'!:' N.]-,;cl,Ml, , 40. 1 'li.y!'^i 



^iay%^t«,.~Th epell I. at la.tbrok. 
■' l|l '')-.: I ,,i, n „uiong«pellltl.a.been 
^"la.wi, I, scarcely „ drop of rain. Tb.rownsa 

Wednesday morning, and early (fc- 

,iiv i">w M:.- n.;.." Vhr^e'niipr'irBftw f,; 



Tbo science of Mineralogy Is, theroforo, cm 
leolly practical. Mnrflorcr Ibe very existence 
nany of tbo arts of cWWrfa. lire, depends up< 
be malerinls which the rSfcba ufford. Beiides tl 






Dreatite power has established even through 
- lc » mailer, giving It an organization, thoi 
iple, no less perfect than that character!! 

IF*of f> a J/fnemi t It has'been remarked I 
jeralngy, [he third broach nf Xnlnrnl Illet, 



Inerals? Is 
All the male 



o or growth takes place by 
secrcicd from this circa I 



nd grows through youtfiMo 
lis Quid finally ceases in c, 



ag Ibo mountain mass. TbeyiL... 
by additions to tho surface from 
agency. Tbo deposit of salt formi 



tide Is as perfect 



. cleavage f 
.in. Iu Sin 
ill that the 



mge, ilitn, is apecnllarity ttt inlernt. 

I isintimaiely connected with annlhi 
besc same minernls often occur uudt 

some regular sulid with neat plan 
nd lire fini»]ied wilb il ivmmrlrj bi 

disiinct jystiiu of forms. The beauty 
, nf mineral* arl-es to a great c"— ' 
rlety nf forms and high finish of 



;ey have generally the n ,,„«„„,, 

r:.V. ; ;..'/'v"r'k, '.'''"l" manv ,.,Ii„.r'lT 
tlii. kind. In oibur cues n large i 

!i ■.■|i.i(j:li'.. IVKIi ,i ,j)l. [..Ji.l i;rui|j'irii: 

idal glasay crystals. We ' ' 



cupiui 






J Ucadquur- 
10 1). m,,says: 
to ibe rall- 

wiih 



itiit'iNis ■.,',:; 



oost ull ihe mioernl species. 

- show Ibat io addition Io 

aboro mentioned. ih»rt 

a slnicture, which mr.jrJ 



o derived from subject- 



edges 



[ho actli 

iris iaruslblo, ar fuses only on lb; 
or to be described, wo study m'iner- 



""»'/ "" i"is *iue, taking a nunioor of 
r— ■>«* llaj.-Oen. r'iv„,l, ,i,lv,.,,ced V, Kdly's 
t'nrd, driving the enemy In small force acrois Ibo 
river, and captured several hundred prisooers at 
Ibe Ford." 
Gen. Sedgwickreportscapluring, this afternoon, 

other olb'cerj, ood nrer 800 men, together wl'ih 
iiiur bntile Bogs. Gen. French captured tbrce or 

A letter from Rappahannock Station, tbo 1th, 
says of the above engagemeu, : "Karly's D.vi.loa 
iindLwclls rebel corpj occupied tbo higbts oa 



iu a dllTeroat way, aad *=w .:„ 

ratlat. This mode of iovestigation m 

cly pnnoad, leads to a knowledge or it 

....oiion of miuernls, a branch or study 

belongs properly to Aaatytlcal Cbemlstr 



marshy places, aad 
end Slicks, changed 



. As II evaporates, layer after layer of thi 



ices [hey 



lay oce 



which i 



i-Tnf, 
Bbllt " '■"fl get a liberal 'supply' "hi"," w'j'l 

C T ti U, , b ""^-'- 1° Sao Fr.nei.eo, .be 



In in United Slntcj Treasury , almo;pher», ; 
I belong fur lb 



iRdom. All bodies have 

uilon; lead melts at «12° 

¥ P.] wnler at 32= : mercury ni —33=. No dlffer- 

a | eace therefore ol this kind can lltuit the mineral 

-. kingdom, Icelsa. properly a rock as limestone; 

, and were tl,n temporature of on, globs bnt a little 

9 lower than II Is, we .hould rarely see water ex- 

■i cept In solid cryitnl-llkc masses or layers. Our 

Blmosphero, and all gases occurring In nature, 

casou to tbo mineral king. 



ilugl.l. 

It is perceived, therefore, 
(1) i-iamine into the jitcu 



J! (3) I 

&TI, »/ f lCal , 

" irocferr. T 
ns giving m 

juish minerals by their color, wetg 

if a low degree of merit, and who 

science is viewed In thelightof Ch 






are three i 



lowledgc of all 
To learn to dls- 
elght, and lua- 

tcnmnli.hmenl 



rblbltioiis oflruth. Wo are T no* 
ivitb pebbles of pretty shapes and 
objects modeled by a divine ban 



'"3'iphyj 

V Flgat on the Hnppahannnt 
Tn K following cl 



tppahannnook, 

iws from the Army a 



Right Wing, Is given in B Washington dispntc) 
fifth and slith corps [being the right wing of 

ird corps (fo 



Alii 

id the effect terrible - : The firing of IhVVn- 

._,, ,vas also very line. While thi, was going 00 

<,.-n- 1 i;,..-l 1v ,m busy n -„h his musketry, U 
;.mbeJ In,- line or skirmishers upon both of lbs 
joemy's work-, until „ l: , ir |v sl „ litIl n (,en his own 

hrij-..!-. ,;,„„ ,„,„.,] ^r Hit F,,[|, Wisconsin, Fifth 



.- Km, 



« tho r 



"-""« »u U eanaworas, upnn notb banks, led by 
Gen. Russell in person. Tbey went m, ,-!.Iv ,,„:i 
silently onward, fighliog as tbey proceeded, till 

miirinrfthe ivork,, i-.|, tu they liied bayuuMJ and 
pit';lnil in with cold steel. This was too touch 
for the [lower of the; Auuliern Array, and lor us 

and after assort i,'! ' r ', ll'-'i ■!- 1! IJ^j '! '^ ,! t',!"'^ tl.^iuf „ cd 
lind fled 10 their ,.,.,, [,. , Ul ,,h ivi-re lein^rfl. 



,.0,1 Tyl,, 






■M and bis gallant troop, ""^ea. MeX"'^ 
.o ijtrii". .s-rJiiivick, Utiuht, nnd Tylnr, wit 

liioi.-[Hi[iU Hi'. mi ,, U '.J tj lt ., r lf0op3 , 



Wo 



i fog, . 



Tho 



M..J,, 



irge, by accretion, or a; 
nly. They decrease, i 
way, hy tbo oclloa af ri 



Is. Tbc line nf demarkn 

irungly drawn. 
Canrnr/rr. of jrwtralt. 



hey have hardnai Io diUetcni de- 
;aofl nod impressible by Ibe nail, 
hardness of ibe diamond ; tbey 
y have luiie-, from almost a lolal 
power of reflecting light in [ho 

;ra are opaqut. A few have <a,u. 

at nneo appeal la dlsilngulsblng 



.:,ll-,l r/ 



Hero Is 
mage i a 

.rlty Is . 



ling the left v.i„ t -), „n,K- 
•«-••■ ...mi., proceeded tn Kelly's Koto, ivhoi 
i right wing reached the lta|,p.ib«nnook. Ibi 

li.'liliri,- ll,i.- bidL-.if Ihu n.e- l(.l„.| ',',,„.,;. 

■ "I Ibe Itappshui.i.u.k ' 'uci.' b',',) K -« ch 

g.illniiirv iiii.l inij.,.|uu.= ity, caoslog maeh slaugh- 

u'h',.,, i;,,,. r."„.h r,""iiLi"'i,!-ii;_'L!d'";,;;;^; 

■I- ruth., 1,1:1.,,, n,,.],.,!,,^,,,,,-!; Wuiinri, Ibe ,.,„.,„, 
Ihn-.v over ,i ll.v,,,!,,,,. ,„ illfl|l „ a L |,,;, ,„,!,,.,, u| , 
ihlHM.l.'. (,,-n. iT.ndl l„ l .,u l y|„„k i.n.iii.,,, ,,„„, 
lo bring his arlillery la bear upon them and 
™*f D lbtl ° "' ll1 "...il.-.l .li..,l, ,„,i ,„,!,■ |_',|H, lk . 

.■"iHil-ion, ami «r tin" Ih. in ivil.ll,-. ..,!.,„; 

Ninny pri-nn,.,,, ,;,.„. |.>,.,„.|, |,„ |„„.„,.. „,, „, ,. 

■.i.,, L..|^., ., ,r,Lklv, I,, tliruv.-inethefirJI Jivii-ii,,, „f 



using (bk, ..,„ . 

..>. MpHu.icua The Second U.visic.u „, t|„. TinrJ 

'-orpi, under Gen. Prince, crossed the river tho 

--evioijs evening nn.i ,-,L[.[,ire,| ::■: „i H... ,~',„ M i 

|l^ Ihinj-viKiiih ;, ur[ |, iW„l,n» reg,n,enls 

Hi. ih, nn,, ,„-„ ,, ,„,,,,„,„, ,,,- , ue p ir ^ ^ w 



day. This morning 






of i 



lealton to-uigbl, 
?„'""."' Lqt " ,rm 7 
if tbo Eliinldui. 



k IS 



eonr.-Dr. Logan, Seorelory o'f Ibo 
,a,d of 'Health, Sacramento, In his report forth* 
mil, of October lasl, slates, as to (bo weather' ■ 
Vmlo, has come upon us wlthont lis . JB „ U ) ... 



ired, rcporicd lo 1 
imp equipage roll Inl 



id KII 



-III be round"' break in cert.1 

ng a lusterappmoching that nf g 
.•bat pearly. It la truouffcldsp 

alcf, as regards direction and facility. I„ 

perfect In quality, may bo distinguished, 
broken bar of Iron tbo Irregularity or tho gi 
proceeds from this causo, In g. 
iltboogb the mass as n whole has 



ii,n:k, inid-r 



Kelly's Foi .. . , . 

tiller criming the Itappabnn- 

aer cover nf the, i.gl.t, „k,v,,1 In Ibe dl- 

,r ' "'['.■Pl'-r, the ,„i,- illli: „ „( „„ r 

'"'".'■■ J "l'l;""dt Ml,,, .xv.ilrj, .,,,,- HSr.m.lv 

hliiln.r, ,,,rly l.,.,l,.y. This ,, lllr „„„. „„, ,.,,,,,,■„ 

war 'I iilti-t tin- rr-ir, .; ,.,.. j ,,,. , l|lM '. ril|m |„ , 

North Carolina, South' Cnrp|,n»'°I,n(l V '^ ,t " pRV 




-In fan 



ally frosty. Tho temperature 
ees below tbo average. Tbo 
than half an Inch minus tbo 



«.„;[,. „„„„„„,„: ,v.. , :z;,:,;r„;:r 

i showers In Oclubcr. In IS58' tho rain won 

October.and yti "t'l, ,'.>''" '„.."„", ]']"'( "" ^"T\ !i" 
years of most dlsdslrou., il„ u ,|-,. _ v , \''^[ 

irnorrioMorfjEVint._O n Sunday last, Stb 
Uu ! ""I'lton "f a few of tho brick buildings'. 



building Is acllcely going 



Oh Sunday the Si. Luu is and Ibo Moses Taylor 
■' all)- large nntnber of p M U„. 



tune Inside uf our Golden (lat 



106 



THE C A.L 



fi^NxTjABMIB^ 



Too Flowing Sohhou near 
Tin plowing lit"! 1* close "P 00 us, 

good plowing »( give the "Rules 
u practised by expericoccd and cdi 
in Europe, from tbnl most eictllei 



General Boles Cor Flowing, 

The depth ol plnwlng, ib> width of ■*•*"•"* 

■ili-e thenomhir of toe plowing* which ehouli. 



road it «g»io i aller which, i »»« ■' •' f 
bare found more benefit from this mode or press 



i this description 
und Dlber fnrnii 



■ith ibclr 
wheal crops on light, cb-lkf toil*, plowed in a 
vcrv shallow manner, and then were accustomed 
hi la d with slicep.io older to giro the 

ul by tin 



otbe 






it gather! both oiygen nnd ammonia, for t 
of planus ; and, lastly, to give an opporlu 
incorporating maoures with ibe soil, for lb 
port and growth. It boa another object, of 
■ here greensward is turned over, wbict 
bury herbage then on the groond, and In 

The depth of plowing Tories iu dlEforon 
»nd for different purposes. Tan average depth 
mar be considered as fire inches, bnl no direct 
on Ibis subject will be found universally nppli 
ble. Throe ol the most eminent practical fern 
jrilb whom 1 am acquainted hero plow not m 
Iban three inches ; bat the surface mold, in ih 
caiei, Is very thin, and the understratum is a c 
clammy eballt. One farmer, whose cultivate 
successful, and who cultivates "a light, poor, t 



beat pi I 

fry light soil, it might 
lud. These cases, buwe 
exceptions; and Ibe ge 



f nourilbmeot to the plat 
leep, it is ulwnys safe lo g 
ind, bj gradually looscnli 



o the bottom of tbi 







Ho the (op of il, 



h _. S^: s« r ..i.i. . ; ■■ ■ - r : "-r r : 

gradual decomposition, that It may in this way 

supply food to the growing _crop whereas lb, , a - ^ 

airactlon of so much vegetable mailer miislgrcauy 




,Si (I1 i:.i ;. l> 



soil. Wbt 



L .[,-J«-iil 



of ei 



fully i 



breaking op the cold subsoil, and 
sward wilh a breast-plow, which 
paring spade; and, after burning the turf, and 

tificiol manure, consisting of 



a (he i 



usntltio ol 



nmorelniotlont and product 
kely lo prorc. The depth 1 



isserled that tho roots of some plant 
mplc, as lucera und sainfoin— go li 
teen, twenty, and eren thirty feel 
rccly credible. Red clovorls know; 
outs lo Iho depth of three feet, an 



ed, tbnupli, In grain crops, 
unely prrjudiciii. 



wbea 


ion D f the 






bin 10 their 


etlen- 






ll 




isbed agric 






■bo has pu 


led 




iro and a-h 


If r«et 






ol 










a length." 


Th 


tap-roo 


ofaSwedis 


lurnip 








tend thl 


;y nine loch 






of Indian 




full six 


feet. Thes 




fren 


may app 
nd lonsc tc 


K 


eitranrd 
nf the 


nary; bnl, 
oil.it <> oh 


by the 


KTf 


husbandms 
ols and thi- 


nw 


11 give e 
tremely 


cry opportu 
Boo fibers tc 


nity for 
extend 



** Shouting on the Wine;. 
Sow nro the field days for gunning, nnd the game 
is prime. Here (a a chapter that will be of sorrko 
lo sportsmen : 

Bear in mind that it Is mora difficult to hit n 
partridge, and slill more so n pheasant, whilst in 
the ncl of rising, and equally to n hure,i-tc., al 
starling, than nfter either had gut a certain ills- 
lance, and Into o tnnre Milled flight of coursci 
most persons err in Ibis particular, nod la shunt, 
ing loo hastily; not that I recommend your laklnc 

er calls, and very properly, "pulsing 



styour game get a fa 
o forty yards) fro- 
d following lis progr 

iyourgun, and whicl 
nartly lo y. 






ui yourself lo 



b twitch grass (Iri/icOT. 


game with both your eyes open, and I very lilllo 
practice will enable you, strange as il Tnny'Bppear 
,o suspend tbo interference wilb your ni&Jf your 


doriibuibynctually 


left eye, although open; but you ehould try, 




pun goes off of keeping bnlh your eyes open, and 


moving Iho vegetable 
Otis waste. Even Iho 


without nklng at ibe blaze or concussioo. You 

thus "ill acquire selr-possession more than phi- 





lb 


r 


al o 


the gem 


-shoolingiostru 




rt w 




hut 




















ofh 


l i 


s for 


rrom core 
eyes op 


mon. Al first t 
n may cause Ihe 


r* 


Ittle 


nl 


.mod 


after » 


luog day's spor 


lj 


n 




In h 


d Willi 


cry weak Guula 


ow 




n li 


lie Coga 


ac brandy (abo 



InHiimed by firing or dust; for 



littli- ; 



SEED WAREHOUSE, 

{ ESTABLISHED IH 18S0.) 

S. W. MOORjj 

IMPOETBR 



HOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEAL311|i| 
ALL SIKD3 OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUII.f '.§ 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrill 
SEEDS, 

NO. 408 CALIFOnitilA. STIIBBT,| 
Bolwoen Sansoms and Montgomery etmU, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. | 

TITS UNDEBSiaKED HAS KSTABLlSHBDffl 



tlOcfco(.irlodi,-T> shall be filvc 



haxb, In my siity-fourth year, by candle-light, 

icnconnrmaiinnorils efficacy, ft. Zinci Sulph- 
itis, gr. viij ; Misluriu Cuniph. Ksa ; Aq. S.itilmci, 
Acidi Sulphurici diluti, git. it. M. ft. Colly 



HAS FOR SALE 
AlTalfo or Chile Oluverj Hnngnrlan Gran; 
Keniucky Blue-grass; Orchard Grass; 
Red-tnp Grass ; Sainfoin Gni 

Biiglisti Rye-grass, Timothy Grass; 

Red Clover; 



BEET, CABHAi.il-"., ■ "A Kill IT. HAl'l.-il TITA". 

i/niruiiKR, \ii;[,ii:>'b. i,i:rn'' , [;. nvn'.s; 

TOMATO, EAKL.y AND LATE PEA? 
11EASS, tc, 4c, *c. 



Tobacco Seed, 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT . 
LEAF, AKD MARYLAND TOBACCO Sffl. | 




r^i^s; s sTil-SiSSSvi? £C tzi !=S?SSsf«:!55£ 



^ 



TH"E CALIFOENIA F A. E M E M . 



107 



An Incldrjnt of tho Revolution. *• 

bum a/ tht Andal ond Hanorablt A'tilifo/ 

Boston, and lit Cum of lU California 

Qtiard of &•« Franciico. 
rice below an incident of Ihe Rsrolulii 



and ip the 
is his posse 
lelongiiiK I 



r, 17..:. [be General Court crdere 



milding, and ivn.| inclosed nrllb a biirb 
fence n'is common to to:h. Major faddotk,* 

Heard to express bis ir.Ltolion of surrendering 
Ibtsc guns 10 Ibc BrilTib nrrov, a fen iodividuuts 
Ktolred to secure for tbe couolrj- a property 



througb Ibc scbool bouse into Ibu guu. 
irere able lo opeo tbe doors which ice 
jtrd, by a pmull crevice, through i 



images, carried iota lbs school. room, aa< 
io o, large box under Ihe muter't desk, it 
■bleb KDod was kept Immediilelj' after lb 

Tjo-bouje to look at ihe caoooo, previously l< 

umovinjr tbera. A vonng nuf who had nuclei 

itir removal, remained bj tbe bolldiog, oni 

wed the officer io as on innocent spectator 

o tho carriages were found without tho goes 

be (erRconl oiclnirned, "Uj G , ihej'ra gone 

II be d d If these folio** won't steal tb. 

Board. " Tbry theo began to search tho hulldloi 
r them, sod afterwards the jard ; nod vhei 
Bj-csme to tbe gala that opened into tbe street 
! officer observed, that they could doe bun 

opening was not broken. They weot next lot, 
lhfscbut.l-houjt, nhirb they eiamincd all occr 
iceptlhehoi, ou which the master placed hii 
01, which was Inme ; nod tho officV, with trui 

log. Some boya were present, lint nul'oue lispet 



Berba.ro they had been carried into Mr, Gl 
leafs (now [be Washington) garden, opposlle. On 



from Xorth Carolina, Mr. Williamson, a 
Georgia., Sir. Baldwin. The Secretary 
baring represented to Congress, thai tlieri 



laisachu sells, and that tbe Qoce 
ath requeued that they bo returned 
Rtiolad, Tbat the Secretary «t 

on, nod thnt he deliver the same lo 
is Excellency the Governor ol lbs Ci 

then Secretary at War, who bad 






i,f M 






of tho 



mtkAuAAJttHu, after the twt 
bed by General Gage, from n 



on the lath of April, J V 75. 

This ciin una 

and Ita fellow 

belonging to a number or uitiiens 

D0B10D, 

were used in many engagements 

during the war. 

Tho other two, Ihe property of tb 

Governm-nt i.f Sl.iss.icl.u^Hf, 

were mljen by tbe enemy. 

By order or ihe t'nii.l Swui 

inCoogr.- 

Jlnjl 

Tbe other cannon n 

In the stable ol thesei 

Court Douse, on tho bi 

l!r. Williams, a respe 

drorein his nirn team 

was taken into (but aid 

put iu tho holtoro of the carl, which was loaded 

o-llh manure, nnd in this way Ibcy were token out 

of town without opposition. The British officers 

concealed io tbM alreet, and crero to be re- 
moved in the evening, end in ennsequence, many 
of them patrolled the street for several hours, 
but the gons were already sale witbin tho Ameri- 
can line. m 

Fon TV/Hoi, "akd a Usbeit."— Tbe fonnorf 




£#*** h '<<■'■ ."-'tlV.;,, 1 :",!: 



\X Whin ii |, „m., n w, 1 , hll Am „i„, tmfag [ a 

'•■■■"'■: rr. I 11,.. CM :n y a ,|ii, i; ilii.I ,. 

■•■•I*' r.. ,[„,,, ,,- „-,.|.,S,|||f„| „„,] ,.„.,!; „,.; ,„ 

■ ■ olblrly InteiMlhg? A rny'prompl 

.','■'' V. i , V,, ;,",;, : ■ 



regions 



ally l 
Newly nil 

some or the prod 

us more or onr (1. 

seo ngaio In tbe shape of ell 



T ibeir fart 



lock. We, 
nway from 
:e likely to 
r S .-[.Vap,, 



ZOTtlV erSc CO., 

GBSEHAL AOEXTB, A1TD 

Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 

421 BATTERY" STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 

11 BEBKMAN STUEET, 

NEW YORK. 



AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS 

TriejlmmUin lerrbett fodHdOJ-nndrran irrmnjcmoot o-IIh 



TAY, 



BROOKS 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS 

& BACKUS, FuU h . oa Frame pianoa 

Corner of Front nnd Washington ntreeU, 






ZORN a CO., 

BAN FRANCISCO. 



1863. 

THRASHING MACHINES! 

THE UNDERSIGNED ARE IN RECEIPT DIRECT 
QHNtJIHE 

PITT'S, and C. .11. RUSSELL & Co' 

CELEBRATED 
EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AND GEARED. 



4, 6, IO, and 13-Hofrse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

FARMERS are especially reg.ar.sted to call and exam- 
ine before pnrehulng; elsonhero. 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 

9 Saaiome street, near PaelDo. 



■a first Inr 



A CA RP. 

properties of Ibcir Paieol Aili-grwi. 
.1 first their invention made bat alow prop-ci 
ilianks to the liberal and appreciative apii 

id for Ibc 



M™:' 



H ft L AXLE-UREASE bi 
unrirnled repolation, eilet 
length and breadih of Calif- 
nel|;bl)orlnp; Tcrriiorlei. 
Dm n-bilst the aabscribcr 

Iwtobo larBelypnlronlied I 
general laid enlnt Inn at [bo 

land. The supply m m.v a 

li-iiiiiH iu -.■<.],.>,■.,„, [it,.. i„ :L . rl 

tionof Caal-oiin -'ba.li 

i-.t .ii>-r,|, :.!.,„.. -,..,, „„, 

lb,«y vv.-r., r.lu.-r.i.'.r.-. Iu ,'„'|„ 



in trod need from 
ith tboir article, 

ilng tbrougbout the 
■nla, Oregon, and tin 

return Ihelr gratcfu 






le, to tbat California 
all foreign anopl/, 



M\l.'i;.s A: I.AMIIEP 
„ "^u.^u,,.,,!-,,,,,.,. 



ami!i:i:t, 

rim i'r.i 



J/t«Yc /ft the iiauim —Go •■••} the cheap music 
from liiivil, ,,n >! nn t K oinerv Bl reel, opposite Ih. 



New Native Apples, 

WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OS PLANTERS 
of California to onr collection or 

NEW 

25 Native Apples, ^ 



ta rrom New York, Phlladslubla, or Ualllmoie. 

EDWD. J. EVANS & CO, 

\ ^^ YORK, PaoosylTanlo. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



CAULDRON KETTLES, 

10 to 300 Gallons. 

FARMER'S BOILERS, 
DAIRY STOVES, 



Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless. 

PE ORATED BU3SIA IBON, 



"VVrougUt-Iron 

"MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES, 

Of AllSiiol, fur Hotels. Steamers and Minim; Com- 



MANTJFAOTTJHERS OF 

TIM, 

SHEET IRON, 
COPPER, 

BRASS, 
ZINC, 

JAPANED GOODS. 

All Kinds of Stamped or Pressed Work. 

TAY, BROOKS <t BACKUS, 



Foundry & Machine Shop. 



THE PACHECO BARLEY- MILL. 



A NEW CANC PLOW. 



EVERY KIND OF CASTINGS, 



An Extra Flock of Sheep for Sale, 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

THE ORIGINAL"?. P. STEWART. 

Paul Saving and Comfort Producing 

LAEQE OVEN 

SUHSIEK AND WLSTEil AIR-TIGHT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coai. 

UlI'HUVV.l) J". 1H3D, 

Attention Is Inrllcd lo Ihe [olloniofi points of saperl- 
18^"" f '" ,t " "" " Dn '" "" ' " WOro " l ap ,n 

ih,,^\T,Zt", v "~i. ":'^i 1 1 "", L ;'"i'' f .u["; ll i'; l l !;,";., i r ; 
. 1 .:.ii;!rr.. l ,irsu™d!" , ''' Dor " orl '" unl ' , " M ' npl "' lj ' 



I oOldumlj hnated tbaa bj ai 



.ii&.T^m '" TJ " , |" !n "" lt '"' l0I,I " ,lpi 



TEST1UOHMLS: 
SITS,— NEW 1 OCTAVE PIANOS ' 

Ofdlffenwl rn.snr., for |17Sj do., wllh rsrrnl lap, 1200, 

f.-i. ..,.-l|-Jin. -,.-.„,:i-l,„„l !'.,,„,.. .„.( J[. I. ■:(...■:., nr %d 
|(0, (50, JOT, »73, 1100, (115, tl=.V |1W, tod %\W. 



OlWAHi 

ri-- .i I i-,.,l.[l.f,iuon.. Clerjrrnicii, Churcha, Sibbsth 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

35,000 con!« Uuuol. A now Sinrinr Book for School! tad 

P-r:ilr„r|.v, r.ll.-l [Li D-, s ■ -r l.^.l IHI. i. m.. rt.Jj. It 

-..ri, I..-.-J,: T; ]!.■',;".' i'i Ih ■: UrnifDU of"n[k,Valc!i lis 
Ai....;, L . ill.. I~.,.. n.ini'T .il I.. ,„lir,il |.l.--. n~f boriLlijj 

I , i' , i , .. ; rVi-.lVN(m'ild30 C ctou\^ IC ^l00"^^'h\': i ;li,^ , '":2 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 

tWpor'lOO, V " °° : el°"»» UD d, laibouni gllr, M hi 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2, 



THE NEW FATIUOTIC SONQ BOOK 

iinS l MU]M?i!Kl™ l: " , » l l|,* r " I ' d (0on " c "' '""• '"">a 

THE HARP OF PHEEDOM 

RUTH : A SACRED CANTATA 
THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

.lp(locoplra lOteui^, J J ,-., ,no r.|jl!.j"oi"ili t .' 1 i.!'.,,V i )rit"! 

THE ATHENiEUir COLLECTION 



110RACK WATERS, Ai 



VOCAL MTJSIO, 

With Piano Accumpaniment. 






'■',"";; "! ■■''"" ■' I 1 f -Ii^V.Ju , IN III1IMI..M ,l -jr , 

(ho MnnufMlumr. ..,.. n„l ,,l, ...,!,. :;,,„„, ., u , r I -.„„,„,_ tull . r ALr-'im, .1 

mnino FurHlaOT trajil . ooiba.uanj .1 

OAtBO U. BJCKLBrt, IhrT-roc.nrU.lnMiuiiV 




FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactory, 

41B MARKET STREET, 



^'■h V " IVK ?" T,0K T0 TUS 



Waters' Cheap Kaaio for tho Miliioa 






lOS 



~5~a7l fFOJBNIAlllil^Sl 



Ejif ffiElitenia fatinro. 




Our HomblSSlD. tho Oonntiy-1 
briefly nntlced Yelllcoto as the piece "■"> 
|r sufiered frum Hre. Hotel and poslnll 
,ed, nod business generally deranged for 
time, y« business men were nt work with g< 
irage W repair damages, so we passed on to 



sr nnd CottxcM Sky, .-ira-i 
and ofarr Slori, /or eafe & 



This place may 1 



,'B been the i 
I, lately, bav 



there, trn did find 

og angels," many 6°*d housewives, busy 
making home happy. It " * mining 
,oib celebrity in put Jf~ "" ' 



, i:,l:t-n 



the miners hill mostly gone 10 ^ 
er, etc. There are four qonrw i 
ing good leads, but only one, Mi 
■k. Why nra not »!1 at work 
ugh tu «Mtu nut" the others, 
meal's, howevur, ll Mill quite a 



foBhoe, Reese 
LIB here, all 
e t Go's, at 
ll It cold 



IB lbB Snl " 



We stopped at the Union Hotel— 
Into possession of the preseolproprieto 




bo raised for tbe Her. Mr. Hoodon. It wn! 
■torkof tbo generous hearted ladies and co- 
ation or good men. The wort was success- 
and God bleu Ibera for it. Wo bare no doubt 
y heart) wero made hippy. Such efforts dc 
Ihatgoodoessof bead, that like good seen 
5 ia good grouod, brings forth an abundant 

," Union liable, carried on by B. L. Tbnye, 
fno and a half veers, has horses and carriage: 
, advantage taken of s 









— uii 



oud Union 
here, Mr. 



Ko cm in the State, save Iho Bmpi 
proved so much within two years 
city. Fromn"cllyorrolnp,"lo o 
like a oew Bodged Phenii, to rises 
a new career of prosperity, we 
other city, ooder heal 
backs and jel mnlol 



1(1 Sac 
aod losi 



tba 



was ever showered opoo Job or described by 
Floods and rains in 1BJ9, and iu 1650 the cb 
came to depopulate her j then the fearful rii 

desolating Ere that left her a btap of smouldering 
roios ; ibis was quickly followed by another flood 
ngaio by firo In 1S54, and again a flood lo 1656-7 
these followed ia each case bya heavy burdeo i 
pohlie tales, all cheerfully borne. After thei 
came, for a seasoo, a gleam of prosperity, hi 
amid ils brightness many business changes no 
trials arose from unsettled land titles. Theo it 
fearful flood of 1862, which was the severest trii 
yet brought opon Ibis devoled city. Millions i 
dollars Inst thai year, added to the millions upc 



bid them hope the day of their redemption 
velb nigh ; aod althoogh she may oovr bo 
ily inmlved, yet with wise management, and 



himself. This is the stsgn-honso 


nd general 


i(..|.[jin|r jiliice for oil travelers. Too 




on the rood lo Washoe, via the Big T 




way, and will find this a goad hotel. 


It will ne- 


commodate 50 to 75 visitors. Wo 




o Sir. Kightingale for some good spe 




Mr. Dyer, the aclivoand efficient og 


at of Wells, 


Fargo £ Co, has a oeat and pretty «c 




a little way from the cealre or Iho t 


wn— a very 


pleasant spot. Besides alteadiag pr 


mpllytotho 




bios, grapes, 


and will make this spot a very plea 


ant "home." 


MeSBts. G. k E. Stickles, traders, a 




tor, hove a Coo fruit orchard on th 


bill back nf 


the office and stnre, a pretty spot.. 


The nrcbard 


trees and vines were all overloaded 




down with eicessiro cropB. The p 


caches were 


uncommonly large, but ob they had t 


ceo irrigated 


they were not so luscious nor high 




plum trees wore> sight to bebuld, 1 


terallymass- 


osntftuii; the bees wore feoitioe 


du the fruit. 


injuring it much. 




R. Matthews, a pioneer of 'i3, ba 




and garden of 8 acres, on the high g 


oundbacko 



i years nn tbe 
irin, plow, and 
made tbcm in our cily ; he also made the "preral- 
um plows," for Iho Fair of 1853, io Musical Hall 
thai wero oibiblied In our city ; he also made the 
miniature plow that ornamented Iho front nf Iho 
Hall, that jear, 'and appeared like a silver plow 
by 11b gl.amlag brightness. He is an «" 

good a shop aod pleoty of work. Ho has a p 
ant garden and quiet homo adjololng; the 
trees aod vines are all doing well. Wo nol 
Washington Plum nf vc 



This 



n shnn 



n hive 



many now stores opeoed, giving a new face to th< 
scene, in all parla or Iho city, especially on th, 
streets leading tn the Slate Huuse, which is being 
thoroughly renovated and repaired for the mi 
IngorihoLeglslalnroonthe first Monday in 
cember. Two years since Saeramenlo was very 
prosperous— lo-day Ibe seems lobe mi 
lo the same goal; may no uniowatd evil 
As we passed along the Levee many I 
loading up from the forwarding bo 



nrs old. He hs 
ip for many year 



k Go's quarts B 



I, Jui.l; 



It bus 



mps (en 



l-Ji, t 



ia prosperity of such working men. 
Leaving Angel's with pleasant m 
■gretted we could nol have more Um 

Near by Is Torrey & Brother 1 ! ran 
floe ranch of 300 acres, good paslc 
ores ooder fence; they have an on 



ihfiANKBSrVINa PROCL 



J FROCI.AMATI0J, 
tit« or CAlivoaatra, Exi 



I u. tone or/"™ Bis presence *;<>• iflnnl-.airiu, 

.ccordaoco with Ihe Pn 
t of tbu Doited Stale;, 



nte, and hard working, toll nn to 
_tbofi<ed»um that they will' 
n „_n n d all their year, of life, H>« 
re been folly enjoyed, nro 
T reason or a false jodgment. aii mu 
...j commcadnblc and eicollenl In Ibe 
minds of ibe old ecbool, plodding along, but wo 
all earnestness : Are Ihut plant right t Cao 
fsieni be rigbt, that will overtask body aod 
depriving father, mother, and childr^of 

dny br day, as their years 0d« on, almost to lira's 
system be morally right lhat would 



i counlry m 



Nol 



on Ood's root: 
! Emphatically, H 



We 



■hjilV ll 



1, faithful lit 



omlhey labnr enjoy ll ivr 
this end, Id every msn of family Di 

of his death, and then Becuro lo Ihem 
by a policy nf life insurance. A n 



I $13 



b. It la a 
■c land, 100 
jacd nf 300 



cad of stock 



nilkcrs, I 
onth. They bav 



Tubs, 



t, Teed I 



ts are real live m 

lock upua Ibe best, make Iho best or pork, Bmoki 

fruits (or which they make this year mora lhan t 
), and do up all Ihuir work in a bu..int;j lit:. 



ight way. /Tnald there w 
\J Lira Ioau 



'kg admirably, 
tunnel MO Teet deep, the rock is brought out o 
cars, nets $7 lo' £9 per tun, and they crush 1 
tuns per day, cleaniog up;every hour, aod praotii 
Ibe blanket washing to save the fine gold. Tbe 
keep ten men at work, Tanning oigbt aod day, ni 
foaramalgamalorsaod will add two more— the 
should have one of the William's pan, Nevada 
County, which will do tbe work of four Knox 

wide, were slaking a shaft (down 60 feel], aod the 
lend grows richer as it deepens. Tbe sixe of the 
mill is Oui-iO with a wing uddllioo of Gfteeo feet. 
W. P. Foster is superintendent, nnd under his en- 
ergetic labor, aod that of bis brother, Ibe work 
pronxei 



Row tow Irutbrully coosidcr aod uoderslao 

a provisioo for Dealh, ibus uaosposiag the real 
spirit or Ihu words. 

We propose la a brief article to tiplain what it 
should be, aod what wo wish all to understood 
sad pnJVin practice, and that is Triu Lift fntar- 
anec. What will not a roun give Insnveiifel 
Were he the aole owonr of tbu Almadeo mines, 01 
the Mariposa estate, aod loa starving coadilion, 
would he not give all for a crust of bread and s 
cap of water that would save life? Were a mac 
on the ocean, tempest lost, however strong ibi 

fall, when Iho rudder gives way and the ship ii 



if S70, of forty years Sao, oT fifty jeai 
ccuretothem 55,000, aod double lhat sum ft 
510,000. This little nonual Iribulo is Ihns Bi 
:ured to theia beyond all peradveoluro, as sm 
,nd as safely as if in tbe United Stales Bonds- 
iod that, God knows, is safe enough— nnd ih< 
the father, husband, aod protector, feeliog Ibi 
s provided for those bo loves, is at liberty lo 
d rationally tho balancp nf bis income fc 
the education, tho comforts, aod daily cojoymnot 
nso be bos sworn to love. Then, loo, wbi 



day, lhat 



'''ii;. 



upnathesameorc,^ 
nod with tbo same unanimity nf pttrpp- -» 
their gratefol ihnoksgiving lo Him « 
"every good and perfect gift," I, Ls 
foBO, Governor of tho Slate of California, do hin, 

asadayofpobliclbonksgiving lo Aluiii-bij (y 
"for the grnat benefits wo have receir ' 
hands" during tbo year Ihrough whli 

Let U9 remember on 

in prosperity, there Is a Uou above ai 
,lds la the hollow of Hte band not only lb, 
individuals, but tbe destinies of nations. 

ildanco in our public affairs, as well as pmj (, 
re nglh lo compass the threatened dangers*^ 
irround onr beloved cbnatry. 
Wbila we iloploro our condition as a n 
ive manifold roasooa for offering up o 
ihooksgisings as a community. 

Our Slate, during the past year, has beta blot 
ed with prosperity and health. Onr farmsliri 
yielded of Iheir abundance, nnd our mints tin 
:d to give up their hidden treasures, ff, 
in free from Hoods, pestilence and fina. 



mlty. 



tr.jr.ytd 






liely 1 



alckne 



overy or hie body ioslead or adding lo it 
e by sorrnws and fears. Then, too, a day 
ek, may bo lakea frnm his allotted loll, t 



nthers feel that Gud has i 
goodly heritage. 

By such action, life has 



his lif.', bill securing fSV that lift' ilE 

blessed alrcndy by fortune's favors 
5 to himself iho proper needed son 



g tho '■■ 



v.-itb ll 



s lb re i 



ay aodgi 
makes bnslncss. 
.king machinery 



ready for the Washoe counlry, 
Tbe Foundry Is foil of business n 
for tbt mines. Along J end K 



the hotels are foil; iho Golden Eagle, with oul 






pleasant home; Ibe notes of preparatlao, for tbe 
"Session of Ihe LegislBinre," all wbisper of llfci 
the ncwCapilol rises steadily and wiih sia iclinnsj 
the Pacific Railroad has commenced j the dawn o 
the day of prosperity is upon us; Ihe "Governor 
Stanford" Eogioa marches our the road will 
regularity every day, a few miles, "prenicg an,' 



res of Messrs. Hurjth .V i'o 
,ers. Th. ..reeis being ,o 



KJojuMlioe i Co., Mclloaald Ji Co., ii||i 8 k Cu _ | 
Beakers; R. T. Browo k Co., Clolhlere; llmlngi 
ACa,, and a host of uM piunerr^, nil tu-niljk 
ballllng as unc, for Ibe redemption of tbe "Quest 



ardener), I 
h upon the! 



j:id loAlm 
0. C. Gret 



rry, a gar. 



*r(an 



£.:-ll'T, 



i eagolf him, and danger and death stare him 

i safety J Ware he the owner of ship and cargo, 
nd it freighted with diamonds from the miocs of 
oleoodn. all, all would he give for his life. Aod 

aln rack every joint, though It may he by diseaso 



of yea 



uolrl ll 



log it for its highest pu 



What a price for a Life Policy in th 
we have named; the mines of Ainu 
Mariposa estate, ah 



I.i( t In, 



ffert 


shave with 


Ihouion 


s of oth 


r landi vj, 


re an 


liously seek 


ngnewo 


d more p 


rtecl lionet 


Wo 


sro blessed t 


lib a gen 




4ynp»tib> 




pulallon, wh 


nso hear 


have he 


n opeoei tj 




nuuificcntly 








nffer 


ngs ol sick a 


nd wuun 


ded pair 


on of vie 


Slate 


may berrli 








Wa 


mvobad mu 


liplied n 


nd renew 


d eriuttM 


nftho 


loyalty of n 


r people 


and bar 


. by IfEub, 


ire, c 


ectitoandj 


dicinl nc 


lon,depr 


Vedlbsttt 


mies 


Tour country from e 


tenng ih 


u peroiclsi 




or rebellion 


and db 






shed 


inslltulioos 


of our o 


wn favor 


d Cjinoa 


wealth. 








fin 




ssemble 


with tha 


kfol bum 




the cnrdial 


ossnciali 


uns or ou 


owo half 












holds 




r Stales 




tail will si 


twine 


dtritb cypr 


ss, and 


whose h 


arts will k 



filled with thanksgivings for Ihe pleniinde oFK-IkJ 

vine protection. col | 

As a nation, wo have been passing IbroDgtitMg 



:cm lo foretell the 
ays. And ia this 
lenkfulness. Aod 
ouebsafed to us, lo 

In witness when 



ing of belter nnd biigM 
have cause for peuaji 
Ibis and all niberBuas 
give to AlmlghiyQsllu 
s. 
I have hereaolo HlW 



tesl:^. k. H.1 



1.M.1 



all the blessings within our reach to 
and wo know of no nay beller thao 
from the terrible struggle aod overlo 



LELA.NU ST.lNiii::!'. 
edoit Attest:»A./. H. Tdit«, Seo'; 

A Prooluiitiori tor Thanksgiving by [he Frendtfla I*"' 
tho United States. 

The year that Is drawing toward Its 
, secure lo Gllcd wilh Ibe blessings orrrultful fields nndhtift 
.ofeojoying fillies; to these bounties wbiuh arcsocuo 
heir utmost If enjoyed lhat wo are prone 10 forgel the I 






f.-MLI 



WtacknDwltdgel 



TegeUible Luxury, 
"e receipt c 



It of i 



the deed, 10 long 



s deserting ooes ; 

they mast Lake the will for a splendid 

re wish Ihem God speed. ] mil" of Vc 



needs care. This placi 
1 aod hapyy spot for ooi 
i good a Mend lo Ihi 
e Start and Stripes si 



Faster It Broiber. (nf the quarti mill), bav 
ootber prelly ncoitage borne," a neat garden 
■00 trees and 30O foreign vines ; the trees are 

he grass among them. Trees should ba L 
;learol grass and all olr ,e r mbstances lhat 



istheplieefor"lov«', labo " 

ondlogs alaaj, >pMkhyh,ou 

.. well as within, i|,. „ MWnij| 

a very fine horse, Ihe "HIa c k R.gla," u ,„ 

.. n ,.^M M „t Malllnn, aired by ,b, i 

This Is one nf ih. 6 Dgl 



r years or loll, which 
remaiuro dealh. 

.Vow who would desire to b 
imparnlivo eaBt,and freedom 

hicheterutlead one, with Ibi 
nes unprovided fornbenlhc] 

family Is removed 7 To all 
okoafew brief momcols Lba 



argo-lbe value or 
ed wealth, hoarded 
Ight no disease and 

jo Insured a life of 

from the deep nnxiely 

if leaving lorcd 

tor and head nf 

wo wnuld 



,1 only lo 



.i.liti. i. 



o par 



and a vastly E , 

=lves and their "loved ooes at home," ll is 
sally admitted lhat our best and most wor- 
;n, our bard working, industrious, nnd Tro. 

hyslcul eunrgles, by laborand duprivalioa or 
lo recreation, In order lo get heforebanded 
nfor their families in cose 



Sandwich Island yam, which It only rrscml 
perhaps In the ehnpe of the tubers, with do ol 
similarity, being In fact a geouino sweet pnti 

This article Is said lo glvo Ihe lorgesl yield 

! For quality ibuy are the finest wb ever lasl 

> they contain a rich saccharine which makes ll 

Ihem | f t: " ecl, r doliclnus wbon thoroughly baked. I 

j evident, from a trial, that this variety, when 
nlnv s ' ov "' ""*•> nu,iDII,i! " ,la cbaractcr for superiority 
^ !' ! fur which ii Is noLcd elsewhere, aod It is to be 
It i> hDped """ "" llm0 '* nal flr aisll "il when this 
wn " potato will be generally grown by our fanners. 
tre informed lhat ibis article was Iniroductd 
propagated by Mr. J. S, Colin, Saeramenio 



it full o penetrate nnd 
i Is habitually insensib 
jence of Almighty God 



f«.ti*» 



yoke tho aggression of foreign Stale!, P »« « 
malotalued, ihe laws have been respsc'i* 3 



obeyed, a 
thut tbealcr hn 



ary eonfflel, »"* 
A by tht 



o 



e, tbey 



Tom 



,„,,).. I, 



ifleu beyond i 
slrcngihand deprive Ihemselvcs and tbelr fnm 
of many blessings they might nnd shuuld en 



d that parti, 

lublo rates. The not, 

I, Gravea 4 Wllli- 



!• this si 



in city. I 
m. We a 



. . jlfic Fru 
:pcrs will Jn well to git 



uly .1,. 



dbyr, 



reraniioly Ihey bring on the very evil 
, avoid- they are suddeoly arrested t 

i knowing hnw much depends nn ll 
rm, nnd thns In this struggle or hody 
oth nro crippled aod death cods ibe »i 
This, we know, I, a Irua niciuro oRb 



Tun BaSiTinv FiHto MtKTiiJO on Tuesday c 
Ing, was largely attended, Plait's Hnll l 
crowded tvllh ladles and gentlemen. Slii 
speeches were made, end much enthusiasm a 
Tested, evincing that the call rrom iho San 
Committee for a fonher supply u f funds 



r.-i.. ... w, „„ b „„„ „, , b „, ,„,.„„„ .. in .»„ ^u™^:; h ~ »;;„:;;•*» 

Diasis ol auversity as well as tbey may. Thlo ,„„,. ,, n „ . r '"" a ** j0 >" RAiLnoAB.— 

W, would P ,e„at our view u> Lifo Insurauco ' ™* "^ '' "^ !° Ml " de "< 'be development 

by which lire, and joy, and peace o f mind, are lo- °' "* *° "*' < "' i ,nll "«". It ba, been wel, be- 



Thereedrul diversion of wealth oad i 
from ibe fields of peaceful Industry to lbs 

tbVship-tbc m"m cnlargcVlho borderi'of'" 
seitlementa, and ihu mines, as welloflrM*^ 

more abuniliinlly lhan heretofore. PDp nl '*S 

".„. been made la tho camp, iho aiege '" 
• Held, and Iho counlry ii r.jumini; 
ir.r.-.n ol BUKrinrnli.,] ,,,.,„ t .ll, l.n.1 ' 

( « increase of freedom. 

tilling, ,;mi[,!.,.L h.1,1, .h-visi-i, noi l> 

al hand wnrked nut, ihcso gre n ihii'!- ^ 

arc ihe precious gilts of tbo Most High G»o\*fl 
-ihile dealing with us in ongor for our l' 01 ' ■ 
nevertheless remembered mercy. -j« 

should he solemnly, and reverentially, aail™' 1, 
roily acknowledged! as wllb ono heart and '^ 

by il,..- ,vl, t,li- Amerk-.m ,,t !,• 

I do ihererore Invite raj- fcllow-cllliens Ii 
pari of the Uniied Stales, also those who 
sea, and ihusc who areBojouruing In foreign 
lo set npnrt nnd observe ihe lasl Tim rid'* 

prayer to our beneficent Fmhi-r who ilivi-Jleil 

ing up ihe ascrlpilons justly due lo i^lm f« 

phans, or sufferers. In :l„, l.uL.ei.i.ihle strl^ | 
implore Iho InltrpnsiHon'of tin- AlJilcM.' 
as soon as inuy bo coruist'eni'iviili Ih.- Di 
iranqnlllty and Union. 



.nderstood ' 
,1 daily ]■ 



ll of the United I 



Dune at tho city of Wnshincion this Ibi" 3 

BjX pSS","" ■'■""-W" rtjiMaf 

I.ILb«W,<k> ' 



-I 



Agpid Calf' 



THE OALIFOENIA FARMER. 



119 






jaiKaj- of Ksile-Opim la Hew York and 6m 

Ewro , CT THE CAUCflSSIlFlBKIll: 

Qijonfctedlv the Academy of lluiic presents n 

JJUJinddusiT sMU,«nJ wheu the soiled liaiol 
aUlwra coder tilt briglitmsaof a myriad of guj 
H|bU T sod anqut-tmuiibl)- Lbe Iroujic, under toe 

j |>td«lbip of ll.u Marf tele, is a tint one, pnrlicu- 
ifjeabeti iu< stir is Mcdnri. Hut, nfler all, tbe 

I dress*' and ill* diamonds di.pliv.-l ni ji l-fiu-iii 

rtila tbe laces nre infinite); more AttrticliTC, and 
t|H Optra Koapeii tint entirely eclipsed in catii- 

Kn; »|l( ■flcr nil, tiy the "opening nlfbl," us n,j 
Ulr Ken Yuri; Irirnds prop-Hidi-d. Here llicy 
t,nn idei. Itiot New York ii the Purls of the 

^Ms charms of other cities, as (lie Paris of the 
WWorld does ; rind ooelooe,5 for San Francisco, 
llto ID Saw York, nod on on Opera night. TbeOr- 



i DreB— Display in lh« Park. 



u ibo 



Ifyoudo, nil right— il you 



It ttie i 



r,jon 



mbliBbersoftheFAiiiiBii; they lose a imp onhi ef 
ofa, by jour Btibjcrlpiloo, you loio many tii 
be coat, by the lots of Information truly tb)u« 
a every firmer nod stockralaer in tin land— 
.radical results oflliiiusnnda of working men, nil 
iier our Suilo and elsewhere. Therefore, w 



ml I in Wasblngtot 



To Tajhuis.— The p. 
Market (of course patriotic, for Ilia that good old 
IG onrabtr) il wbere you can get the family pro- 
vision i, for Howard k Keller keep the choicest ; 
butler from the beat dairiea ; chtaae to suit nil 
nationalities ; bams, homemnde and nice, with all 



To Farmers. 



lerjred. The gem 
iftock Inatead of drc; 



» lady te 



When 



Bra delightful I'M weather Is foTomblo for 
HrJploy In the pnrk, and every aftcrnnon the tlv 
^Wtw York parade their new equipajrei befor 
^Kdmlrinp: crowd ofltrangeri who throng th 

^ffilnd holidays, wben they craid iota, outsidi 



i— Iho Bnssiaa Bseeptien 



eolumDii of the cl.ifidut Siily-Dinlh win the most 
Isteresting, I could with difficulty keep my eyes 
dry. The only Ji-Lii.TeEiible feature, of the pageant 
m Ibo appL-aranccof the Aldermen ood Coun- 
eilmco. Ill dressed, amoking, aod splltlog, they 
Idli Dot eomparo .veil with the carefully dressed, 
sod polite R-issinas, ,vho rode beside tbein. The 

fetch and private residences along the route i 
lUfully dteor.ited. One while marble d' 



must bate been spiritednway to lb 
tbu very heart of Germany. It trn 
pasainr. a Dutch Catholic Chord 
of St. Marys, curiosity promote 



- it .'-.hi .:,.r,. in r,,„ (.,[„,„,., ( ,(,,. ( ,„, 
tuniii.-! .uiiM^eJ tbem by the morementa at 

--ATI , «•*■«■ 

iuiBir i ■....,; .._m,- uppositioa steamship 
Taylor baa already been thoroughly clear- 
iroviaioned, and ready fat 
laraaoa Frldny morning, the 
If Tire were : Upper deck 

A Iter rage, 550. 

caoublp St. Louis, of the Pacific Mail 



"fj.-^.l, , 



", 51'-. 



iag. Her rates of iiLiinu,- for 
ar second cahlu.'silu; unil fort 



■KOHLEffS 


ftyfll§jfi 


Blf $£%m$$£0ki 



II.. lUIoU vyx) tin nir b./qr ]< 



f'*' Sing-ing: Book. 

^OICJB OF PKAISE," 
10,000 

■bold in two months. 



A. KOHLER, 



Eubierlbar Bods Lan 



1* CIuV.i 



df Qoclr tw-Jared ANIV 
1 h~«r-) f..r Vino 11,,-. 
■nn-|.or.|..vi.r -1 .JAll.-IC 



Bugar Eoun.ry, Eic^th an 



FRENCH PLATE GLASS. 

TOE UNDER BIO NED IS HAPPY TO INFORM 
hll Friends and tho Trade, that he biu e.tnhH-bed 
bltaself in this ciii as an Itniorler and Bailor in 

1*1. (TE-fiU'-S, IUIRRORS, 

STAINED GLASS, ETC, 



BEST WHITE QCALITY, 
Of all thlcknruri and dlmeoslons. Lareo icvnlcei nr 

I'l.... ..,„,, „„» ^..„,.|_„,., v.,,,!,,,. ,r.. a , ■ I = S ~ ! o 

\3U-,-. .,nl I ir,:..r -I;,, „ill l t iiu,„, [cl | ,„ or d ot . 

Uebuneeliedtheaeeney of 

Heim. ing. Hysasna k Oo'a Potoat French Plato-Oluai, 

Silrored. for Mirrors, a now article to the trade nowal- 
oo,t entirely il .- ; .i ... [1... .\ri.„, : ,.. <,.,,,. .,,,j ,. ur .. 1: , 

'.'[''■Wi.r.'r'i.^^.i'vT^^V.'vum'' iubi"";',";,'^ 

Mil of o°{'iaii,l.M'., , ,T.O i ;'.. '.,„,■ '-'. ,'.■■,, „7i'l i!«ired! 
IUvin;in., ■ I„ ,.-,,. i ■„: i:.l,|.,r;,i,. i ,,;, „..t ,.,- 

|.,i,.Jt.. r.-,-,iv., ri-r, „i,,[ ciu /■ J lla.,lo. aa can be 
1...I-TU .1 i>., m Nov York. 

I am also eomtantly receiving largo invoioo. of 

CRYSTAL SHEET, STAINED, ENAMELED, 

CUT AND GROUND WINDOW GLASS, 

ROSETTES, ROUGH PLATE-GLASS 

FOR SIDEWALKS, ETC, ETC. 

Ordora rooelvod for CIIU11CH WIN BOWS. Ornamoot- 

temsotdeslsastnadolo order. All styles and "Sinai 

Glass for Conservatories, 

OEEEH-HOUSEJ, 

and 

GAEDEH BUILDINGS, 

To order. Also n luge Invoice nf 

SUPERIOR MIRRORS, 

Framed, of an Entire New Pattern, 

^ ;".';;':':; ..;/ .' .j;' 1 ,; 1 ': r ]'-' r '- Sa]aaa '- "°- These S i»n> 

Hy t^r.in; r.,i,-i.,r,Llj , [.. ■■ .ired stock of the 

alwreBOoJi,Ihopeu,uiorltB(haroo[ j^jv piironue, 



Fr, H, Rosenbaum, 



CALIFORNIA BTARBLE WORKS, 
Grant & Devine, 

r itraet, bet. Blonlgomery e,nu! Banwrne, 
OFFER FOR SALE 

MANTLES, CRAVE -STONES, 

MONUMENTS, TOMBS, 

TABLE-TOP8, GRATES, TILES, 

Scnlpttire, Carving, LBttering, 

"i'-iv."' *','■",',',"■■ i'-?"-i\",'u" '""' : ''"^ i™* ,t «"'°". 

t'lLE sold by WUOLE3ALE and RETAIL, In the 



James B. Deane, 

PAINTS, OILS, 
VARNISHES, 

WINDOW CLASS, 

BRUSHES, ETC, 

imiaTvYn'^TrnkiS^ 
NO. IS OLAT STREET, 
■era Hmorf eod Front— Opporiio tho RaUroid Home, 
BAR FRANCISCO. 



PREMIUMS 

....AT TUB.... 

WORL1TS FAIR. 
M EX) ^L 




INTERHATIONAL EXHIBITIOH, 

LONDON, 1862. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing Machine, 

Paris i:\iiniiiioii, 1861. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Vn 1 vernal I y AcUnoivcI edged 
TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 




Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
ABE THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING. 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING. 

FELLING. 

GATHERING 

BMBKOIDEKINQ ; 
!-'. HOST ECONOMICAL 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IIV USE. 




Cor.* Montgomery and Baoramento rtreoU, 

SJA- FRAKCISCO. ' 

J. H. HAYDEN, 

AOENT, 



THE 
First Fall Importation 



NEW DRY GOODS! 



SAN FRANCISCO, 
HAS BEEN RECEIVED 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO. 

KTo. 7, 

Montgomery street. 



yjfE HAVE JU5T REQEIVBD. PKft 

STEAJ1ER CDKSTITUTION, 

100 Gases Dry Goods, 



SILKS OF EVERY VARIETY 

and. tStyle, 

Tbs beat assorted slock of 

Dress Ooods 

Evi;r oponcil In Siiti Fruncisco. 

Embroidered and Lace Seta 
and Collars 

□I the Inteat paltorna to bo 

nam daring (bo earning season 

OLOAES 

AND 

SHAWLS, 

An ondlcas mrletj-, anitablo 

for the San Frnnciscc 
»ud Country Trade. 

Biaakets, QnilU, Flannels, 

Sheeting, . Irish Linen. 
Table Linen, Towels and Toweling, 

Hosiery, Undergarments, 
Damasks, Lace Curtains. 

And ererjlbing generally found ia a 
well tnflnsfied , 

Dry Goods* store. 
ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 

Beat qnilllr a tl SS per jilr. 

KIBBY, BYRNE & CO., 
Wo. t aiontgonscry, Htreet, 



Wffi, T. COLEMAN & CO,, 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MEBCHANTB 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and SaiijtFranoisco. 



A. KOHLER'S 

NEW STORE, 



* SS3 Washington street. 




OPENEV& FOR THE HOLLDJAYS 
PARISIAN GOODS 

Rich Crystal and Porcelain Ware, 

Elegant Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, 

Toilet Cases, Cigar Cases, 
PORTMONAIES AND ETUIS 



Ofnt 



■,„.:|..ll 



TOILET BOTTLES, 

TORTOISE SHELL ARTICLES, 

WATOH CHALVS, LADIES' BAGS, BmiCtTLEa, 

IYORY BRUSHES, SBELL GOMES, 

LIQHOR CASES, GIRAFFES, FLACONS, 

BeleetadbrMr.KOHLEH 
Fr™ the Best U d Chokot Colleellen Id Enropo, £ii.tr«i1r 

8®- BEJIESIBER TO BDY EARLY, -©a 

Tarlcly and Prices Warranted to 
Suit all Fn.stH. 



CHOICE MUSIC. 

Music Books, Musical In tnuncnts, 
Melodeons, Pianofortesj Etc. Etc,, 



,N FRAHCIHCO. 



BARCLAY & MIZNER, 

Stock Biokers, and Mining Secretaries 

Buy end Bell oaCominltaion 
A.X.L EINS8 OF 3TOOKS. 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 



! i 1 1 • > I- -If-r.-.l I.., .n r | na tUh.., ftn , 

d other Demesne Produce. ' 

WM. T. COLEMAN 4 CO., 



Black Spanish Fowls. 

A uk'rZJu}* °i P """""aoucnuaED black bpam. 

D I-. I till (ill. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

Complete Assortment of oiorj-Sljlo end Verietyof 

COAL OIL LAMPS 

AND 

LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO 

CHANDELIERS ! 

One, Two, Three, Fear, and Sin Ljghtfl. 

OILSIi 

SPERM OIL, ' 

LARD OIL, 

NEATSPOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
MACmJMlir AXP BUENIXO OILS, 

Comet Dluxainatiiie 

KER0S2NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE BY 



STANFORD BROS., 

HAKUFACTUHEHS AND IMPORTEHB, 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

Q0N3TANTE.Y ON J1AKD. A EULl AND COM- 

COBUAOE. 

Abj nrllcgl.r .i.e. Ucl.IIi, or J.Kflpllon, of CorJa.i 
MANUFAOTUHED TO ORDER 



^ 



no 




IW TBE BATTI.E. 

ipiriled linn from -be c ' 
Honthl,, »™ »7 a Boston WJ. W 1 " Lom 
TBI iiui ar. best, lb. Irn'mpeta M'*' 
The black-mouthed «nnon ta J ,to '**• 
JJaik bristling o'er iut narky bight, 
Aad .llll« field -a. wbi.W i» fi* 1 "- 
Tho long lift In ibo ammy tent 



Behold tbo starry bar 
lYIibib.i'lldfbKk 
Aod ringing °P h J " 



And tttry shape that «"t «" h"S Bl 
Smeps by me garmented in Hfiil- 
Blgh trends of Immortal praise. 



And bind! «« MTod from churchyard gloo. 
■'dbMse, charge," atlast in. e.pi*ins cry; 
Wo pool— iro speed— wo leap— »a ny— 
I f«l my LHUns f«* "P 1 ™- 

On, on ! wbrro tbo wild balllo sw inil, 
On, on! no sbaae my vision dims; 
Truicuiji.nl o'er yoo smoky wreath 
I ,„ tbo glory of ercatDcaih. 
Come flublng blade, and billing brill 
I give my blood, my brt»lb, my all, 
Eo that on yond.r rocky high! 
The Stars and Stripes may waToic-nlghtl 



WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN. ^ 



.[UcaMM b.T. been retired ? no* -« h R» nd 

baa been done br tblt wonderful «•* "' Godtu 
7 It Is the guiding; slar of bum."'"! ■ ""' 
cesetin Lbs boriion of any bolog, bli 
UteU^rUok,* chaos, uolbion- loak. brigbt or 
cheerful, all, all is gone, and despair, with u ong 
tenors, metis Iho victim oo nil. sides. 
, tueu'ihuoldwecultivnio ibis precious 
gift, and assist each otbor in the encouragement 
.,- „-„.„„,. to the merciful goodness of our Ora- 
tor and press numrd Kith bright and benittlfnl 
though,,, no.er donbliog, never despairing; but- 
bopofultotbe end. u - • 

/Arazhingion'. Opinion of ths Hortb, 
[K . (filer of Washington lo bis friend Lnnd, 
Jooo 177G, occurs the following pasjnue, In whl 
bo most graphically describes tbo pocoliuriilca 
Northern and Southern men as soldicre, Hnd giv 
n preference Tor the qualities oftbe Northern roc 
the justice of which Ibo present campaign is likf 



apnea 



i informing you that 
ce, and went through 
iers, thao 1 had eipct 



The Southern Siaios Ota rash and Ulamnote 
the judgement tbey form of their brelhern of I 
,nr New England States. I do assure, with 
iy partiality for my o"n countrymen, and pre 
dices against them, 1 can bill consider them 
the Doner of the American army. They 



VJ Mbaing. 

"Liect, Wflf Hudson missing I" It was a brief, 
rery brier sentence, but what a world or anguish 
il brought to thai collage fireside, nestled away 

Tbo paragraph was nnooliced by the mullitude 
Ibat glaoctd over Ibe account of Gettysburg, hot 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

_n ,annn» <" «v 

^CROCKERY, *i* 

. GLASSWARE. 

FBENOH CHINA. 

TABLE CUTI^BY, 

CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Brllonala Ware, 



Ths Sow Havea Clock Compmy'l 



SOLE *OEHTS FOR CAL.1FOP.rllA. 

10 SiNSOUG SIIIBBT, CORSBEl MBROHANT 



NEWMAN BROTHERS, 



So. 303 Batury t 



: BacrnmDntu street, 




ATI.B AND SBt-ECT FASCY 

GBOOEEIES 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Storey 

OF EVEB^ KINX> ' 



A.T X-O^W PRIOES. 
r slock of Goods. Many « 
'SPECIALITIES, for nor 



aptsunl! 



eotcd with tl 
shed, Pu 
s, Jams, Dried Fruit of a 



* rally Cjb. 



""OLD^AVACOF,^...-...-.; 

TEA !^« s : r ;-«:«. r « . ■■■ - 

PRESERVES, JcM 

rablo and for every use. SIRUPS or tho veiy cbol^ 
r from tbo most celebrated D<" " 



BONELESS BE »Srco^"oUsr ,„.,■ ■'; 

LONQWOKTH'E 



roog, vigon 



italthy people, inured 1 



b our hot and eager spirit may sun belter in 
len nod desperate enterprise, yet, In ibe way 

rmaGcntnilenolBfies ooly from that [.altcnl 

crsererinp temper which is tbe result of 

Tho Sew Englundeta arc ens], confidersle 

msible, while we are all fire and fury. Like 

icy maintain no eqoal temperature, 

ut we burn. Tbey 



>, tbey 



in' 



Ibat 



With oi 



nolher, v 
rayer for 



I had c 



lantly 



ilss and a "God 
bless yofl my son," she g«e him to our country. 
With n weight of untold anguish it came to lbe 
young betrothed, who bad so nobly struggled 
■gainst bcr fears and had bidden Aim to go oot 
from bis home and loted ones at his country's 
sail, and now with a bleeding and crushed heart 
she sees the tight of her ynnng life go out Icatiog 
naught but a cold blsok darkness, scarce daring 
to hope against hope, Ibat ptrhopi he may he saved. 



scenes. Il pictures him slowly dying or neglect 
and want in a distant Southern prison without i 
single hand to soothe tbe weary brow, or ear it 
catch the last fnintly whispered messages lo lots, 
ones for away; or, again, they see him tnuoplei 
beneath the feet of fiylog men and horses, his lif> 
crulbcd out aod not a single band raised lo bl; 

"killed J" e7ca that knowledge is better than ibi 
wild uncertainty of "missing," 






ieeply nught t 



o sympathise, and do 



e lighting Bo outily in tbo cause t 
common enonlry. Let the earnest wish of "tiod 

whole length and brtadlh of our dear lnnd, jn 

monstrously wicked rebellion may be crui 



Tor the drawbacks and disadvantage which 
iBuence of their popular oplnlona oo tho 
:t of government bare no their army, tbey 
migbl-aud probably will, giro law 10 it." 



cnltb l! power, and il 
Dul higher, purer, or 



Itb reverence? Not the "smarlesl" tnuo, not 
ic cleverest politician, oor Ihs most brilliant 
■Ikcr, bat he, who, ins lung course ofyenrs, trlec 
f lbe eitremet of prosperity and adversity, bat 
iproved himself to Ibe judgement of his nclgb- 
ors, aid of all who have seen bis life, as worthy 



t" 



lory. It la perhaps the only word In Dorian- 
goage which, originally English, passed inlo r 
foreign tongue, aod was afterwards tulicn buck ir 
a modified form. As originally spoken by Ihi 



Wood and Willow-ware, 

....uate for pale.... 






, with Ihoir r»l«>"««- Io ! ,■ aJci! aiijll.-oilo nail" <.n r |-"l "f the cur |.rgmplly. without cfttnireggij 

■,,wlllb.Sllod«l'h«™an' !■!.. ■- ■ ,„.!,,,, Till h ,v Ifaclr ,;^J. --,]. t., tbo -h.rmrH, 

Oor friends from the Oo ontry lb. ' altoDtIo d to «ith lbe soime naro aa If purehw« .ere pnai? 

aiP sosa of earla r o. bvery Order n« 



RASCHE & SONS, 



DEALERS IIST 

PIANOFO BTE S ; 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &c, 

Acenli Tor the Celebrated Mnnnraclnrors. A II .Gal 
', .;]■;,.., v.. ik; C. Mo jar, Philwlelpbia ; I ■JH 1 -'" 
[l,;.,,n: tfb..:« 1'i.i'.,. they keep cons ton llj on hann 



PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

Mu,ir.")HL'.l ""•! •amS'-l f«r»ll laflrumenl.; 
Mu.i(._|.ubli.-bs-li Jlu-Lc atranecd and boun 



SPICES ii 
BUTTER &, CHEESE f' 

SPANISH 0MVE3, o- 



tsaBELLA AND OAT-ft.-OT-BA. 'WIBq 
Snarklms and Still, especially for Family U» 

ild.andlbeuiulT,, 



BQWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California aurl Montgomery strectt, 

San Friiuds- 



DRAW CH STORE— II o I 



Imply (, 
, placing Ihc 



i ai t, brought it oo 

f terms, lbe dull ling 
tiglnal word lo a oet 
:son the tubjecl, an 



leader. 



God grant it I 



/ "t=.a_ 

I Impiovemont of Timo. 
Tn» prtscflt is nntl, wilh nil lis privileges and 
blessings, mini of which bote been banded down 
from tbe past. Wo lire, lu-day, Id Ihe sooshine 
of happiness, forgetful of the past, and nil un- 



May *sd Deceuijeu. — A Vi 
j ; "We have had no slop 


Louis carrcspoodont 
emenis here in Hisb- 


cable circles, but Iwo mar 


nges that have been 


a (npcr-aslonishiog kind 
em is that n[ a rich bacht 

dy nf 22. And still annth 


to gossips. One of 

a handsome young 
r ocenrred in an ad- 


imng county, lo which a j 
edded lo an old man of ^ 

rly, while her sepluogenarl 
copper." . I 


unglady of 13 was 
The most singular 
er tin is, thai the 
In the way of prop- 
o groom is not worlh 



THE BOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

The satutribor, late a manilwr nf this woll-known Firm, 
has o!tabli-hed a 

Wholesale and Ret ml Depot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

Where ho nlll bo happy to receive orders, and asnoclal- 

If : , b.j: I'rou; bi.- Inc. I.., .n,,3 it-j |.atrons of tbo lata 
firia. 

II.: i<lullr prepared loruralib Item at thavtry law- 
,-• Ul„,|, .,!,, -„,1 KMiil ]', ,-.-.-. .'1,1 ovi-Ty l'L.LTi-:. i, 
fulli ".arrant.."! ftnl li.r He- - r i,.i ii a Circular,, and 
all Orders to 

SIBERIA OTT, 

T28 Broadway, Hew Vorlt City. 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

be beat Plaao-Stool lo use. Iran column and fei 
illy -nrranlcd. Solo Aechcv and Dopol. The tia 
ipplled. 

Baotman'a Pianoforte Tuning Scales. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL IIM SURA MCE ' AGEMCY, 
JIBE A.3STD LIFE. 

OFFICE— KorlliwcBt Corner Montgomery and Sacramento tjIretU 

Capital Represented, over $10,000,000!!! 
HsIFJE department. 

ASSETS OVER $6,000)000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 
of new "Z"oh:k = 

fwtty mutual. The only Slock Company in America maose Charttt proviau thai all IbspioSUdl 
be iicidid pro rata omonir Ihe polky IoWctj, 
Policies Issnnd at thli Ajeoor without tho nioal delay of sending spppllBntlons to Now York. 
Besldenco in CollfatcU, Ort(OD. and Nornda Torrilory, and lran.il to and from tho Slates lo t^liaOl 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

Or HA-HTrOKX), OONM: 
Residence in California Freo of eitra charge. 
This Company declares 60 per ceol Dividends annually, aod the Assured ean ir bo desires civ.isS.Cl 
'""Botks B U™»mph "™co™lalBliis foil details of the system of Hfo rasnranco, can ho bad at tbe apt* 

Tho Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World I 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Of haetfobd, ooisrisr: 
A98ET3, $1,200,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SA.N FRANCISCO FOR THE SEOURITr OF POLICY HOLDEK 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW TOBB 

A9SETS, 32,000,000! 

Letters of Credit for 1*240,000. 

$50,000 .California State BunQs deposired with Wells, Fargo &Co. 

Waahing-ton Fire Inenrauco Co. Security Fire Insaranoe Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co. Park Fire Insnrance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insnrance Co. Fhsnix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Firo InBnrance Co. 

\. 




WM. B. READY & BRO., 

3D1 nod 30J J street, between! 10th and 11th, 
SAOHAMBWTO, 

Wagons and Carriages, 

AOKICIILTnEAL IMPLEMENTS. 
CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow, 

itSir 



Board of References : 

FUED'K HILLINGS, E-iq. ■ J. P. FLINT. Esq., 

HENRY CARLTON JR.. of Flim, Pcabody *Oo- 

of W. T. CeleniB.li & Oo. LODIS MoLANE, Esn., 

ANDREW Ii. FORBES. Esq., u r Wells Fiifeo & Oo. 

of Forbw & Rabcock. 0. D. POLHEMCS. Esq.. 

JOHN K. RKDISUTUN. Esq., of Als<.p ft Co. 

of R^dingloniCu. JONATHAN HUNT, E^q., 

J. D. KITTLE, Esq., Sun Kranciueo. 

of De.vtit, Kittle ft Oo. 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 



;nder8igheii ia tub a 



Wholesales Prices, 



S- W. SHAW, 
Portrait IPaijitei-. 

"f 1 ^ttJissssgr* bul " ,io « 



PHOTOGR AP p! 

AMBROTYPES 

JORiVSOiN' ,S 

First Premium GallerJ 

No. CIO 0LAY STRBET...SAN FHAHCtS *! 
OVER TOE GROCERY STOBB. I 

ALL STSLrlS OP FANCY CA5ES OR \N$L : 
liwnortfinntolT Ion, nod -rammied '" . 

I'Ik.Iubi slinky for '- i:! P er '" a " 

Lar.e.slsad' Phol K r.,,b. the «• hcrctofarj^ T\ 

i! T "'""-'-»» "■ il - ""' ■■■'"■■ ':.".'. ".ill" ' 



Itoware or Imposlcr* 

KM 



ii, i.'.'.. J ,'L,.m"„[.'ui;i;i>it' l ,'i. ii'.i.i'ii:--"-' : - 



THE CALIFOBNIA FARMER. 



Ill 



Notice to Farmers! 




KG THE CHEAT SEED OF LAHOR- SAVING MACHINES IN THIS STATE, WE PURCHASED 
id ■ Uu i i -ii Eut, ! lis RIG NT IN OALIFORNIA, to the celebrated 

WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 

. Bov am! Teste eao Sow nod CnllWalo, In tbo b«M po«Iblo n>wr, FIPIEEK ACRES PER DAY. 









in FranciMO. For farther rartlcnlnni addrt*, 

D. & H. A. WINTER, 

Q30 MAHKET STREET. 



GROCERIES, 

fc "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

For Oasli Only. 




ii. u. Foitumn. 




10,000 SONG-S. 

Five Cents Each, 



I Demi & Manrow's 
Combined Power 

Wine press 



228 Montgomery street, 




PEORIA STEEL PLOWS, 

lln.fi Eiy TOBEY & ANDERSON, FcorU, m, 



Boston Steel Clipper Flows, 

CAST PLO-V^H 

SUB-SOIL, DEEP-TILLER, 

SIDE-HILL, 
SHOVEL. DOUBLE-MOULD, ETC, 

HARROWS, 

HORSE- HOES, 
CULTIVATORS. 

CAHOON'S SEED-SOWERS, 
CIDER AND WISE- PRESSES. 

BARLEY-MILLS, 
CANE-CRUSHERS. 

FLAX AND HEMP-DRESSERS, 
COTTON-GINS, 

CHURNS, 
CORN-SHELLERS, 

HAY-CUTTERS. 

Hotgh' Portable Grlat-flltlla, 

PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW-MILLS, 

Boh hie Cloth, Hill-Stones, 
RUBBER AND HEMP PACKING, 

Leather and Rubber Belting, 

leather and Rubber Hose; 

Planing, Tennoning, Mortising;, Sash, 

Tonguing, and Grooving Mao 1 tv 

P*i CTiin l^iiii'i no 

3 1» -10- horse Power, 
BlatloDory, Portable, and Hoisting EiglD-a, 

THRASHING AND RANCH SE. 

Hardware and Agricultural Goods 



TREADWELL & CO*, 



GOLDEN EAGL£ 

Corner Seventh and K vlicols, 

SACRAMENTO. 



.Sdcnl [hat Fulton nil! alwuji 

ill alwayt be paid to the com- 
irlmenta. by wall renllluted 
Padding- and itriet attention 
i while the VllilJ'i will be 
lUlbo reason offoribi. 

.0 (be Roll raid 
lathe 



'. all timer. Free of Char, 
lion 



D. J3. CALLAHAN. 



AjMERIOAJV hotel, 

T O IM A. TL.S f3 . 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

THE FltnaniUPTION-l 
me Con r,.nrorC. 




J. & C. SCHREIBER; 

DEALERS IN 

BEDS, BEDDINC, 

....AND.... , 

ETJR3STITURE 



Rootled BED-SPRINGS, or every »Ieb ; 
CURLED RAIR; 
1I0SS; TOW; 
BED-LACE; 

LIVE-GEESE FEATITERS; 
Spring and Muttreas TWINE ; 

indy-mado BBDT1CKS, 

SHEETS, and 

COMFORTERS. 



P TJ L TJ , 

SGHREIBER'S 
I*iilii ;i 1 >il BedtliDg Depot 



OAKLET & JACESON, 



San Quentin Sa.lt, 



300looa SAS QUBHTIhT ROCK; 

400 do CARMEN ISLAND; 
2E0 do SANDWICH ISLASD and OALIFOR 
SIA SALT. 
All the aboro no will tell at tbo Locoil Market Frle 

OFFICE-318 find 320 Front street, 



DR. KIVOtTLES, 

DENTIST, 



Office Hours: Fiom 9 A H, to 5 P, M. 
ALL WORK flE5S3> TERMS CASH 

1S 5Err7?qV VHEN W0ltK IS 

WARRANTED! ^ J ~ L - L - Lr FINISQED1 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



ITir-mt Premium 

DOUBLE WASHING MACHINE 
; OE^C ONOMY! 

PATENTED JUNE 10, 1863. 

niS 13 A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IN USE 

»<-'-. K.uuilr.iubt .....ii, and fullv appreciated. 
Thii Machine <- .-I ,t- „ ,.....-,, ,,„( ,i„,-,l„l,iv. ■ ■,,.!, 

-■ Mini. ,"1: ilil-'lr,',;:,,/,, 1 ,, ,.";,'.' ^"iLaoVoVlbe 



aBdlmall, no "..".- I -in,.,- 

.•; !tr,lii. n I. r,,,|..iN-.|„, 

«li(i rl„.,1..ili-^ir. |-uc Jnl.. ■ 

In ill ibli'npnrnllon™ balmr 



I r l.-rl, 

^...-k I „,.-., 1 



a Ecohdmv for SIO 



^ilerarj Sljinbuer]), 



1/" » 

NionT eooiM open 1 
Ari.e tbo mighty 11 



Darknon lion the aoirone; lire when 
The we.lcrn .ky lie. glimmeriug, faint and far. 
With day - ) rod embera dimly glowing tboro. 
Dark 1 how tbo wind cornea gathering In lla eonrie, 
And, iwecplng onward wilb million force, 
Howli through tbo eilent tpi« of «iarl«5 ikln, 
Aed on tbo breast of tbo twollen okid dice. 
Oh! thou art terrible, thou viewless power I 
That rld'It destroying tbo midnight hour I 
■We bur thy mighty pinion, but Ibo eye 
Knows nothing of thy awful mnjeity. 

Thy Tlawleu wind., ai than careered o'er 
Tblt rocking world; that In thobonndlua sky 
Snsponded, iibratej, ni thoa ruiheit by. 
Then, I. uo terror In the lightning 1 * glare, 




: -"""°" b ^i: 



Good ox Br.ACKaios 

wig. In Inking the dlmenslDnB of tbo lawyer's 
bend, tho hoy exclaimed : "Why, how bng yoar 
headisiirl" "Yes," replied our worthy friend, 
"wo lawyera must haTc long heads. Tho boy pro- 
ceeded :o his socalinn, but at length exclaimed: 
"Lord, sMour head is 03 thick ns It Is long." 

WoiT David iiiuut have cosr is Scotlasd.— A 
Scotch minister, rcry homely in bis address, chose 
far bis tcil a paasflge from thn Panlms— "Isald Id 
my hftsto, All men nre liare." "Ay," premised 



The Triumphant Wnihinrr Much inc. 
We lake great plcaaure lu heralding the triumph 
of tho moil Admirable wnahlng mnchioB "Keon- 
oroy," Invented by John 11. Horner, Esq., of Sao 



Kiumpban 



..I.I ik 






lers inr them. The following persona have beta 
lppointcd agenla, and they will bo supplied u 
faat as posaiblo. Wo ndriso every hDUiciTire to 
secure one, the cojt ia very email nnd iho mnchin» 
ibi!i-(rv tital mndo. Tbo following por-un, nro 

^-CIIIJ r...r lE.in miL.-liin,: ; Adum M r, .raveling 

i K loi, ri,u Jougiiin lli.lritl ; C. II. \\'.,nt,ir,-l.,n, 

5unloClir« Willr-j ; Ed. Ilinnni, )I,.n- ; '■■, for 

fuboennnty; H. H. Cooner, Potslnmn, for So- 
H..T1I.! oiuiiiij ami vieinity. Other nct-nts, both 
utiil ami iiar^ling, will soon be appointed.. See 



SAWYER 85 CLARKE, 



Pure New York, .floBton, and New Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 

1 perloranallty. Far iala by the Pipe, 

Barrel, or Cue, at prices un- 

prooedcntedly low. 

Corner of Front Hi. and nroadirar, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine. 

THE E0ND0K QUARTERLY (Cou 

THE EDIHB1TROH REVIEW (Whig). 

THE HOBTH BRITISH REVIEW 0?rce Church). 

THE WESTMINSTER REVIETn- aibern.1). 

BIAOKWOOD'S EDIHBPBOH MAGAZINE fTory). 




WbolBgale Froduoo Hepo«- i 



in J rtidj-rala. SMjipmi of "««■■*■ 
Adrlcea Iron China, in «p,ard " 



boon ib.itrnfacli and 6(rurcslb>tirill adroit o! doc™- 
liadlttloo, l>:rlbojbipi>eMhni nrnro lhe ltd, it l'..i**c 
abontd a»J— for tbo parcel con sis led of Aeslrolla, Chile, 
mod SonOTa, all rolled logclbor— and from lerernl illf 
fcreot countioa and *beat- fi rn.rin e di«rlct3. thai 
•rbial ihippod In tbi. waj trill go »afe!j " d " u a1 

tat." iniTconsId'erallon. Allbonab tbia being lb, 
6. re trbipm«it,ondoB dipoCount, It can hardly be oon- 
liderea a. fiit criterion. La\or and Ibo coil of Backs it 
China being £0 much 1«J than, hero Ibo eipoDte of 
handling there la eomparatir.lj light. lYo look Co 
rr.rd lo Ibo linio tM, wilb a comparative ccrtalnl 
rrt.ee (Uppers Hill not confidcr II a ntcoisllT lo ba 
„b«t In jack. 10 ioaor. II. »fe dolirer,- Id China 
claetthere, and bo tailored of Ibo bearr lax oon ii 
pOJed 00 Ibo farmer, that -111 orentnaljj bo ignon 
V cutis adapted for taking wheat arc ion-!. 



,. .„ ..ositiielj ascertained that tbe whole rebel Id- 
faolrj- force crossed the Rnpidiio on Sunday Int. 
The nnlj forcn left on tbia side aro recouuiloring 
bands of Stuort'i cavalry, corering Ibo rebel front 
on ibe sooib sidn of Ibo Kapidan, which Ibey ara 
tardinpnilh can. 

That It irna tbo intention of Ibo rebels lo ren- 
dezrnns this winter between ibo Rappabannoefc 

i Bmndj Slnllon lo the Rnpidno, log ton 

"reted. VuTadtance ofHoturdaj effected one of 



Tbsr. 



Ihippon 



at no ibipl Wer wheat cbar 
kilt It nearly loaded, aid lb. 



Ourrecslpli of Produce ftora 


around Ibe Baj ilnco 




Iowa: Wheat 19,82; 


Its, Borler. f.,932 •<■*, Oal* *.< 


3 tki, Polaloei 3,263 






Droo 134 >ki, Middling! 2Cp tk 


Wool ISi balei, Hoy 



UDJ, ueau. „ UJ o .... ■.. 

lo Coattwta: OnioD! 5-1 iirlu, PolaMcs CT 
it 5397 ikt, 0»U «33 ftr, Barley 37SS lit 
dor, Book wheat 60 ili, Brana 597 eaa. 



Ml ■ 



IjiaibiL" " 1MB ' 


M 1 G roood Fo-JV. oo33 MBt 

JilBr.o 20OOS3 

..JlUdlloji ■■ ..UO0C-- 
TslBain... *?ttnBi2i;0 


ilO Gnriji In/., 9ft 


an Qicouiiei,.. atta 



'■"-..-:: -Mr.- ..'.cb -.3 Tl 
I -i|l(.:,r,.JT^lo.f-DC!43 7 



rnpb, bet. 



nod Itjpldan. Bolh are in pcrfeet ,t s » ^ ll 1 ' o 1 ^ ( .° ^ J|j , . 
bc done™. Mond..T. I.ce'3 orm>, ol Gorduos 
■ Ml,. (I(-Iq)ile of caralry, docs not much cicce 

irlToTconte from Ibe front, 



The I 






logical point!, 
ght by deserter! 
the Sooib, and 



especially in Richmond, 

ramioo In fo^d, i- ...lW.ii-.-Iy |..vun(i itIiiii lb- 

['...ii... l|. ll H r ;:v,-n 1 ..r.-l L .d.7„l !: ... Th, (...,.,.1, 

there ask, if tbia is the condition of ll.inEM m 
tbiongh the winler, and up 10 the dtsl' 

that iflbey bt 

Mod' of the oflitfrs cplur-d on fcj.ilur.JiiJ, "lid 
who ore in Ibo old Cnpitul i'.iton, d.-.lurc tli.-i- 
wlllingaess to lake ibo onlb of alleginnco, and al- 
so confirm Ibo Tory worse stories of on onproich- 

Ir.'.n. o pH-.jner in Libl'v ritijoii, SilJJ there is non 



Wc learn frDm Ibe lUIeigh Slnndard thnt tb 



twoen DanTille, Va., and Gree 

ruolbrougb bv.N'e.v Yt-ir'i, or 
oeit spring. Tbis open, a nei 



Meaile't offlcial report of Ibo battle of Gellys 

borg is j.KI iiiUfd. Il B il,-3ld( fr.llcr.-i.ie I<I3« 

prisoner*. Our losses foot op -J, 834 killed, 13,709 
uouodi'd, 0,543 rnissing. 
Gen Ifcsdo has issued a congmtnlaioiy nrdt 

Bjippahnnnock In tbe face of the enemy, and 



l In: I 



fim- •• Fnoil 6S» (f7iF«ralloo<K.4PdoI ..■O 

Bin Pranetico Cattle alarkot. "□•. 13. 
Mnltoo bu deelioed, owing to Ibe large nnmho 
ibtep in tnarkol. Teal bu ilighlly ndraneod. Oil 



Vni4^21@6o i|)Ib, 



do 3d do l&2o. 
Ifi,.> "rill.. Ljho— 8c 

:d EJ@ini.-g lb. 



Pricci at Padfic Fruit Hartet-I 



I'fnrn nli.ible sources wo lenrn that Ii 

irned by ibo rebels after Gencml St 

rces left It, Tbo railroad is Hill in run: 

■t lo Corinth. From Memphis ihe stori. 

i being abandoned Is income!. 

Jude.es Lowric, Woodward, aod Tbomp;oo, of 

tbe Supreme Court of Pennsylvania— being o 

majority of tbo Coo rt— decided on Jlooday, ai 

Filisbnrg, in lbs case of some drafted men, tbal 

the CoDscription act Is unconstiioiiODol, 

A dispalcb from Wnsbingtnn, Ihe Sib, sots od- 

ices from Ihe front are to the effect that General 

ilpalrlck occupied tbo city and Hlghl! of Fred. 

The rebel steamer .Margaret and Jessie * wo 
nptnred on the Stli, near Port Royal. She is a 
ran Clyde built steamer and very fast and bad 
nloabln cargo of silks, dry goods, oic. 

The sterner Fulton, from OWIeslon baron It 
lb, reports the bombardment of Sumter "li 

OfEcial dispatcbej bnTo been receircd rrom Fal 
ng Springs, Western Va., ibe 7ib. which slat. 

Ilnr : „| lut . Gen. Kelly nunc 



Batoll Prices at Wathlcgioo Maike'.-Vc. 

Cr\b a., -i. ..a>D--i 
virvctWujhe^y.. j'e "i 

Levi* r-oacodOertef -- 

Hwurioa*.'. :: ;; ".% :. "SSI 



F1,S 6 b ~ 



b. D r l.h Mi ul-i-r. bad oll',-i..llj uolili-l 

N . „ , , , r,i.,r.l.; 1 n.., 1 .l of Cana- 

i „,',!.. l-dii-v" iui' r..'hcl. in C.n.id.1 

!n,?d"'.. .',..- Ib'e cilv of li'ilf.l", I.J c,.,.l.jrl..i 
n„n,h ( .iil:.'.ji. '-.■■>■'■<-- i:.i", un.l !>'■'■»'« ll'« t'"" 1 "- 



GDABLBnaBWMn/J"^ 

tlilx"'"-^^"""" •j '"*■ " , ° ,r '" tdff " 

nr Iba best quililj II Is ncoejilblo totnar 
ij.cent bolh m tbo Sonomnand L.-.kor.lIt 



. (ii route tbe 



Dh DB N"oVV'"btl oulcerson . 
■ recently captured byGon.Me. 

Daniel Webster from New Orion 






Tbe transpi 
New 3 OMea'n 1 -' undoVMaji'be'n". BantVin person, of 

'nVm'er o troops composing thi expedition 
\i not announced t.ul the ll.el ol ira.ispr.rL* i.< 
quite onmarooa, consisting of 16 ttenroshlps sev- 

tran-norte. Tlie dec! er.-ieil Ihob.in.l jl.e Snuil. - 

,v,.l ]'„.» on LheJT.Ii, inril.dejlin.il.ou. Orders 

in|. ,in the .i.inii'- c-ji.Jr. the ui.-n \'- T.roiidfl 
iriiii f.Jiir li.ivi L'noli.-d raiutos. am] every vil.iie. 
h„ -, ,,,,r,l ir.-I nilh forty ronnii? of nmul.Hi"!'. fin. I 
.iio.e i.n lioord Ihe trnosporls *bo carry amunl- 
' (';..'„ i r:ll lliirn-lde telegraphed that tbo iii.io.aler 
[.:„',, ".'Jl..' 1 ii.- 1.1... na.ed lb..L Ibo repels cap- 

...Ji'l.le ■] . 

impregnablo poallion and under I 
General Grant. 

A special Cincinnati dispalcb E 
ported in military circles tbnt a new 
Burniido's army is being mode nnd 
Qcn. Grant, which achieved on im 
for tbe Federal arms, and lhal Brag 



.jt,iW-l. i 



LO tbat end it 



isnodou 



Fieb at S*s Joso.— A large firo broke out a 
Sao Jdsc on Wednesday night at 12 o'clock 
Two stables and largo quantities of hoy ond grail 
and two or Ihcee small building* were consumed 
One of Ihe stables was owned by Emllo Traine, tb' 
Olher owned by Mr. Savadan. 



CZ~" 



A OINTSIEHT miiy bo a] 



ALLEN'S . 

Livery & Sale Stables, 



Veek, or Honlh. 



i-r.kil 


, near Mil 


Pnl 


1 a 


ddro 


1, „, In, 






i, witb a 1 




I.,. 


an either aide. 






r„..-i...r,n 1 






urcedbyGcn.Ni 






-.■.-ubil.g, 








:le, „[|.1, 


rv|!l- 






in'm 


In 


1 lir- 




-"0/ 
















M.i.l 
and b 


nd, but si 


W 

and 


.be 


■;;',; 


'!:?■ 


'let 










;li fon 










'!■ 


Uur 


1.. .,.!„ 




i'.m' 




















They we 














J I'"- 






















"lb p™« ° 




,„'; 


nnmnn 


u in eic 


lieu 






Wh. 11 




b, Brig. G 




























■"■■■' 


■t 10.30 ye.lerdaj 




'■''■i 


■.I.","h 


i.-:ed 111 



Uubnoau, c pa irtr f & . , 



if UufGr. who captured tbe enemy's camp, iinu 

o j tea. I of collie. Arerill bad arrlie.l at Leali 
'u'g. B. J. KiLtT, Orlg-Gen. 

A dispatch from Baslport, lliaa., tbo "tb, tays 
Geo. U 8 ism at Cbattannoga, Bragg had bee 
et was eald lo bnv 
Tbe vote < 



, and probnbl) 

o.Kelly says thai Geo. Av 



403 KEARXV STn 
Hoiaea Boarded by tbo 

Sail, u la f,r J^feran. aui otsrr ffor.W 

Superior Saddle Horses, and Baggies (o let 
_ ■ ibe uKBF.rtsinsED nAViNngs,-, 

-J— ii — 1 1- - — T :f. Ii-- ,k..r, ... ,1 T.:.i"..r II... ill.. 

i.l I""".--) i I .-I'een.l ni'-i,'.i..i, -..ill l.e f.j.1 :,. ii,, 

rellio^ef llor-e. en eoioioliiioV 

Fatmon bavloe jounc f>ltf~nr nolaaied Hot 
bo old do wall to eall at tbeso Stables boforo tolling 
gamaitnatoiiDee. 

hantin<on,i ; r l J .',i 1 .- , .i.'. : --- '-'.■ ■■:„,':' .,'. .''' .- ', '■', '.,', ,...' lu' 
K. ir ..inaadcet inr_- h'T-.. inl--. ti.e l:c! ,(:,[„ ,.r ,:,.„- 



PEOPLE 

o r*JPOsiTjioi\ 
STEAMSHIP Lijj e 

FOE, NEW "VOjHft' 
VIA PANAMA. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN pRi^ 



IwmTJai'flri'-'ll.'.uN.I.-r K..-1, "t tli« ..ffi-i.nl Uoi^bi 
i i.i,. r .o„ VI Clay ,l.oe..t,.i. f r.r.ri,o....r al lb. :.....- 
f Mr I'oulo Sonoma. WILLIAM B11JLEB. 



A Superior Farm For Sale, 



.■Homo. ThoForojoonil 
landlalhotlounly, undoi 

HloilwrffialW. On ibe 
, hard Iliii-bftl. and tio 
m om bo divided - - ' 

uulo'for J."h"! 



J. II. BLBTHES | 

Will bo dltpatched for 

PANAMA, 

From llijsion etrret Wharf at D o'cl. 

On Friday, ----- November 13, ^ 

ulfle atAiplnvr.il, by IhcPANAMMA mjLROlj, 
(he splendid Sleamihlp 

XIiXjIIVOXS 

fob. new yobk, 



irfnrlbor informall 



l*o ftoblea, bDi30 
. UrnFatmi nr — 

. ol UTO fainili. 



f,,rimmoll..toly F..r 



Splendid Farm for Sale, 

THE FARM IS SITUATED IN' CONTRA COSTA 
County, bolnaono of ibo uio»l hoollby potllom - r 
Ibo State. It coniiiu of lllneroi nf laod, witb a net 

farm Tbo lanii la suitable for "heat, barley, co 
boons, potatoai, olo. ; fonocd .riih o e.'a-board foceo and 
.iiviiitJ i 'fl inle eooTonloot lot!, all bog-tight, A uw>d 
House, Hllh all c..nr r niooeej. Intbodand pi u lore ' 
Dam and liable, corral, olo 500 Fro nob aod Oorirn 
gransriDel, tm> joor» old, eon.isllnirof good varletl 
Qnod cardan, luitablo for raiflnc »o(elabloj ^t allae 
ion! of Ibo year ; t*o good Bolls uf sofl niter. A \Vr 
ranty Deod nill bo givon aa tho title I; perfect, bci 
a Patent from Ibo Uliilod Slalos There i! nj»d Ion 
Inn for shipping S ralo oear by, whore boata or 60 to 
harden land regularly. Thnru Is a rohuol one and 
quarior inilei from the bouio. For particular* a 
terms, anion are liberal, inquire of Col. Warren, a 



Fine Farms for Sale. 



■in 1,1 „l [,|-.-.„: 

II VERY FINK 






edv/Are 



THE SPLENDID 

Full Blood Durham Bull 

MASTER 
BUTTERCUP, 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 

By J. B. 11AHHIHON, Apiarian, Sacramento. 
JJJjiTNIS HOOK IMS HKK.1 l'lll:l'AR(;D 111 

"AI.MKIl llKL-li/f:. ' " " =rm ™ nl °.J° 



. !d Tl.o enemy I 
■b.yacUo-ledgonl 
'-— nel. Aierlll it 



Bo'ttoo'cao*'.' M 



■P»..i; 
■' ^ta'.'.-o 







Cordooa-IMe. The; 



uo ""!«.■ airy farce iraa aent westwar.U """.resin- 

ir*L-J.. .'."st-i? so?;;^ m,,dc ■ ma --^ J -^-lT c Tu, 

W.C^aodO,^a.... 3J | The Depanmotnof ibe Secretary of 8lalCi „. 









A. LA.jR.GrJE and. FUVJE 

Farm for Sale. 



good Ranch of 3VU aoroa, in Sutler county, with 
Dud fcncci, Inelosures, and improrcd. A Reaps 
nd good farmlnp; ulenalle trill go with Itie Riincl 
ai he sold M a bargain or eicban E cd for on 

.do. Por pnrticulnra, inquiro of Ibo Editor o 



A. H. TODD & GO 

Produoe Grain Brokers, 



Pacific fflail Steamsliip Compaij 

E F0LI.O1VI.VG BTUjI 



Nov. 3_«OLDE!V AISE, IVrn. F. Lnj.!.i H :.. fssaisj who 
Nov. I3-3T. LOUIS. W. II. llmlwn. CotorMoir. \ 
Hot. 23-OWZABA, E. S .Fammonb, Cmasijak. 

pon jp-fa.Krja.MA. | bo^ 



Cahfornis Steam Navigation Compui 

Dipirt.r, aally/ron flrojduy oi«./, oM^dst^rJ 

OARRVlSa DTflTLD STATES Kill 

'HE FAST AND SPLENDID . 
STKAHEIld il 

Mll'ill.l- ..ii, I ANTELOPE, 






.-|. ■.,:■ r V'.H.'l.i AMU'.ir.l. I.i,ll.:.:n. M .H.'i.Iil: 

CHANGE OF DAV FOR RED BLUfF. 
Uoill rnrthor nolloo, tho <i=™or. of the Ctllanil »t 

rJ.,-. Frelaht ™.|vi»l ov^rjd n , 

Mrf otil' "u 'Sfflofof f lho Vo'in^™ b °eo" I S ^l 



W. K, MILLER'S EXPRESS ^ 

To Silver ilJoimlaln a^j grou ; 
Vlrglula .. si). 

rnss.np lorunfra— 
B ' 6 M^Uyvlu\, U MouliorDU.rtrt»»- 1 .: 
o Jbo atoroE^ P roH B ill"7o7ltiroli7 I *« , „ M P S,'SE B | 

ie-'S 1 " ' ; 'i ';'' , V'' ■■' ,-]';■ ■' ,■,''■ I f' f " 

.Lo-koi-.j S.i.l.lio^V.inr^ilvor Mr.imaiuai^f**! 
n.rrlvlr.3 nt sllvoi .Mnomoio Tue.'.l.. V ■. Thur.-daff- 1 " iomo 

"ll M "' " *""'' IV. K MILLER, Pwl*" 



HOLLOWAT'S PILLS AND 0IN1*" 1 

DAN ALWAYS BE 0BTA1SKD OF 

CRANE & BEIGHA1 

WHOLESALE DRUCCISTSj 

Corner of Front and Clay ,trtrt 
SAN FSAXC1SC0, GAL- 



OALIFORMIA FAB» 






J. 






' 




- 

J 



^lM@iffic?%r-ms^[i#M-L ^©fftHfil 



VOLUME XX. 



SAN" FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1869. 



#' 



NUMBER 15. 



% Mifntitia farmsr 



. FHIItllFK * C 



,—BjmiIl, krone jv.r.M: fur •!>i™iilb..!;5a f 
atwertSm, delivered bj currier, 13Ujvcdi. Rpamb 



Tobjcco 


Gr%frn on i.li» Sacramento River 




r. D. ?.. Gilbert, dob 


of the grow 


rs n 




I Sacramento tot p 


esent week 


from 


whom w« 


gathered toe follow! 


g (acta. He 


liroi 




below Sacramento, a 


nd bis eoil is the 




erl grew four acre. 


of lo abac eo 


this 




was planted in lie 


j and Jane. 


The 




loninn of II il Ke 




tttlt 




I. The crop oftbn 


our acres is 






dj of 6oe tear— that which was pi 


nltd 




he neighborhood Ih 


ro vert 24 


err* 




scasnn. Mr. Albert 


Scales grew 


Irbl 




Francis Ooborn grew 


eight acres 


and 




csles grew five ncrcs 


Sir. Osborn 


was 






bile he nasi 










d he 




'. Oilbert bag sums 


fine leaf, a 


rl if 




id [he aula of it, wll 


cultivate tot 


■ceo 












k it w£iuld be to l 


e interest o 
forward Bail 
This would 


pnr- 




bcrally as Ibeycnn 




f*"-*«r 


e the lateres 





Pedigree Waaat 

Wheat (to 



The London Iter. 



Apartrofgn.llt.men int 



tile Manor Hum 



He rielnitj of 

eep.ivalks ( 

oe oftbn bn 



cars equal l> 
i, we ought tc 



;rcc wheal crop for last jen 
Wits that, keeping far vrl 


radueeoftbls pedl 
(I8G2), Mr. Uoller 
bio Ibn mark, the 


uniMern produce was six, ai 




udnhairqu 0r ie r s[oquorte 
oriy-cighl and thirty-six b 
er acre. With respect lo its 


is eight bushels— o 
.hols respeo lively] 
quality, Mr. Hallol 


ncntiooed three Instances wb 
Is notice, since last barve 
mplnymeut of his wheat for 
hat nf Sir Thomas Leaner 


cb wore brought to 
t, of the saccessiu 

, who sowed three 



T grounds bel. 



ndplcs adopted foi 



lib the calculation of soon striking the lode. 
The American Flog Company hovo gone down 
llhtbiir shaft loa depth orforly feet, with flai- 

proipecta. 
Tbe Davis and Union Cnnjolidnlod Company, 
bote claim adjoins that or tbe American Flag, 
IppSng quantities, 
t ten tuna. This 



a the Alpine gro 



arj pro 



lory dne 



upon 



ipnny. The San 

ttbeirsbartio tbe depth of seventy feet, ai 

tgettlngn verygaodproapeei. Ills the Inlei 

'the compony losinli onehnndred feetbefo 

ucing 10 drift. This company claims tl 

Davif Company, no 



n.ler.'ia.j N- 



orklog 



y'uor seventy feel. Tblsclaini, which is betl 
|°"iias I'aiieU), is about two mitts northea 
""--[Chrojlclo. 

fc-DustollLs—Wt donomollco aeydim 



1 the 



I that 



'«« -III be worktd 1 

depth. Il will 



DDtbs |, 



■m pitta 



log no i 



'■ ibe ledge Is struck: The Keokuk 



Alamo District 



ccldenl or by skillful i 
red a tj-po of mort t 
irily, lake special and 



an amply sufficient Tor 
ogle groin, il is c^eor I 
ccs.arlly attended tfj#a t 



,byn 



to tbe . 
lafalish 






this can only be effected by Ibln needing, and 
Uriel selection of ears and grains." The colloid 
ldvoniaga of tbe saving in seed, although only i 
lecessary consequence, is of no small imno 



..!,-■- ..r iN" pedigrch wheat and reaped nine quor- 

aien quarters [215 bushels], In all ; and ha sold 
. nl rnrty-fonr shillings per quarter [SI 37J per 
nsbel]. Tbe second was Ihe case or Captain 
ininlon, of Iht county of Wnlurford, In Ireland, 
io originator or cultivator of ihe "gleol wheal," 
ho purchased some of Ibis pedigree wheat, wblc 



t of tar Ba« 



f«.bej Port Philip '.a 



ihe Brighton pedigrci 



n Ynrkebire, whose produce 

i weight as ihnior Cap. 
coonlry, iogeiher wilh 



Ibe breeding of. 

Il nod vegetoblei, nby 
i tbo farm lo regard 

■ ■ .< ■ bis ■.-.ii 

resolved lo carry it 



ailed "the Ifvrtrfg Wfaot," at the t 
> experimentalize. The following i 

"Tbe plan of selection pursued 



cry jenr with the proctd bi 



id red nod eigbly- 
d the produce of 



her eighty-six grains 
1 nnd ninety. eight 
oilng lb at this superior gi 



•"««. cumber ofcunnanie. u „reombine,i * 7 ' t0 VW>K lai » ">!■ f«P«i« B'ain 

^'XZ^'u'""^' ad ' 3 ' be "°" < """ ■ blTlM. cont'd b "" 1M ° 0riBioBl ""' aod 

'Oglteaillly. AM n»ri[ea -re <mil<K«t ih.i ii allll bars hrrr, ihlr<r.<.i... -. .1— ' _. .. 



,« 

t»a:ii- 

t 



lance to tbe farmer, being amply auEcient to 


available In the maoofucla 




caae ns well as from the beet 


process. ThnI lbs sjsiem « capable of being enr- 


German States. According! 






culiuro, is proved by lie. linllotl'a eiperiencE. 


perineal upon the bagasse a 




mill, cut with Mr. B's newly 






specimens oT wheat nnder cipormiment iu Mr. 


through a common roller mill 


Hnlletl s garden. Hero wtro types of all kinds of 




thai gram, from Australia, Ea-mrn Siberia, West- 


taken by Mr. Mot nnd submit 


ern Russia, Talavera; red and while rough chaff, 




Iprll rhwi, nursery wheat, etc. AH these kinds 




were planted au ihe principle we Lave described 




Mr. iinlleit explained lo his curious vialtnra iht 


lhat expressed by tbo sorgo c 


character or the d.lTerenl species of wheal, and 




u what way Ihe foreign grain was nlTccted by the 




difference or climulc. This was very perceptible 


owo aocguino expectations. 


he suil and climate of [frighten so well n8 Ihe 




nntlrc species, aome of which produced cars wilh 
fifteen or aixietn seta, and containing rrom eighty 


guato ond thai they ennnnt 

nmountof pressurolDgot It 

Tbcan crushers also ex iresa 


a ulneij- grains in ihe enr. There were also 


pccituens of Ibe cheeoller barley In three separate 



Somotning New In Borgbnm Mnnnfaetaro. 



i Ohio last season, has ju 
nentwilh tbo hagnsse or ll 
.1 Kankakee, in Illinois, th, 
t revolutiouiiu Ibe manuftic 



.Ing in thn Wesl, t 

long been a favorite idea oV Mr. Hoi ibnt 



No! ^ i Heit 



i by any 
arly all of 



arley. Of course this 
samo principle of thin 
hn case of wheat. 



the visitor, were taken to see the i.\ps of thn 
"pedigree wheal." The first thing woT* .trunk 



s the uniform length of the < 



ind this 



liable differs 
iqunllty [a the 



igih of the 

in anwlog, as Iho prevalence of undtr-cpn 
it of ortr- seeding, by which tbn plants are 
ich crowded tn bo able In develop tbcmsth 
illit a large proportion of them die off dur 

mporlngllr. Hallelt's crops wilh some of th. 
Iho nclgbhnrbood, tbo difference in Ihli rosp 
s moat striking. One uf Hie latter was a g c 



ii Mr. IJ„| 



■'« ; it v 



bably a 



many ei 



a frnm nbnul slily-flvo to 
measuring from six and a 
M inches In the extreme 
o this remarkable diffcr- 



n.turolmodeorculli.ating it {u abo.e), | crop. 



that give tbo pecnlinritaslo to 
sirup and that make such conslnii .tlmming 

nf tbe caucaugar. This aeems to ho prut en by 
ho foci lhat no skimming nns necessary in pro- 
Ineing tbn s.mpl. bero spoken of, and wblch tl 
iclfored can readily bo made Into sugar.— rPrai. 
io Farmer, Oct. 17.. L 

A N,w DoooAai the junction of Main nni 
:cntre streets, says the Slocklon Indcpcndenl, o 



length a |rRu Irishn 
snmelhlng about ibe, 



TBLeoBAfiiic— We eongrntolole nor clilrena 
nil the world and Ihe rest of mankiml" upo0 lti '. 
xtensloBorieiegrapbic facilities tu lone. K ii 
Evon, or Iho CalUomUSta.eTtlegraph Company; 
arrived in Iowa nn Ia.t Sunday for th. pur „ „ ]„ 
making arrangements for ibeAian.bn el Ibn linn 
'- Ibli place. Thn poles orriSd on Saturdar 
id workmen commenced selling tbnm on ll„n 
day. The line will run along thn mll-road lo .be 
(am Spring Hunse at w( 



ckJMiLir.j :iTjm 



ri'M^i'.'!" „■.;'■;'£; 



l^\^{t°i "n" " 



Tbo imporu nf Wool, 


to Boston, fur the Erst 


three quarters of each year since IBOO, have beta 


as follows: In 1S0D— 13,890,JB3, 1861—13,111- 


SOB, 1862-13,471,241, 1883-14,147 UTS 


Soon after nur Inst issue, In cnuaequence of the 


slnwoess with which the Now Clip reached Iho 


market, and Iho relaiiTo cheapness of Capo and 


Jloslian Wools, Ihe demand for these latter binds 


steadily increased, nnd tbn heavy Blocks on this 


market and New Ynrk were rapidly taken up at 


gradually improving prices, which were sustained 


by Ihe advancing rales (o 


gold. 



i-.ill,,.ut 



eatly h 



tiny d 






which place an ofEco Is to ho o 

ickson. Tbe office in this n | KC 
en'. Drng Store, corner of Main 
H«. There will nrobahl _ 



emont .n pneea. Lullcrly, tbe price of 
<• mode Ibe bolder, or these more firm, end 
n new demand arise, con i Id crnblo higher 
Tould faavn to ho paid. In tbo coonlry, 
its have been freely inndo el advanced 
nd at loose II ia now as difficult to buy of 
nors ns it was in August, at the prices tbon 
nid. Fleece nnd pulled Wools have ad- 
here ftiily 3 to 6 cents per pound. Wo 
aporls ola snle In I-fallodelphia, of Fino 



pound. 


Geo. Wh. Bo 


Iosb Whti— A few d 
a distinguished memb 
visit to Ibu fine vioeyar 


r of Iho Jodie 


or Edwards* Co., of I 
slsisor about eight acr 
4,uoD or which hero fr 


onging lo John 
ne. The vine 
a conlnining 8 
It this yenr. J 


hlll lands will be In bea 
bearing vinca for the vl 
cnlllnga from several i 


have faeen set 
lD Bi making in 
Ingu of 1BG4. 
ariotiesorrore 



Ick building, with a 



room, ono of Scbmefaer'a Wine Prr. 
use. The vineyard, etc., are under 
pervlsion of Charles Linko 
r, Mr. Llnko has moi 




" ^tt-P OALIFOB^IA FABMBR 



General Kotos for Flowing- 

on, last week extracts from Mr. 
Colman". work deseriptlvn of English plowing.] 
Hitho described the general style of plowiog, »s 
j| j,rer,iils In England, 1 cutno lo speak of pnrlle- 
nlar process, which are nccusloonlly practiced. 
Lirptsn is Pluwiso. 
A field of greensward, o, slubblc, Is "lUa. in 
Ibe autumn, only half plowed; thai Is, » '"»ow- 
itiee is turned over directly upoo en unplowed 
surface until the whole field, being thai plowed, 
presents » sn.cesslou of upen hrron nod or Up- 
ped lands, and only half of il is in fool stirred, 
lo the spring, these intermediate plnccs are broken 
np by the process bring directly reversed. Some 
advantage may come, in ibis ease, frntn Ibe de- 
composition or roiling of Ibo vegetable matter 
thus brought logeiber, although this enn^tmrdly 
6i expected 10 prai 



mmou beds of fifteen feet each 
of sixty feet, the Ion bj opet 
, greatly redoc-d. In cnunlrle: 

now being onturallr blown fron 
ibo lower putts of the field, lb. 



of the I 



i of froi 



of frc, 



,.rlh I 



Agrloutto.ro 
T!« Agriculture of Nevada 
few yea, 



Nevada Torrllory- 
ivada Territory Will, in a 
IB Interest and magnitude thui 

ibo Virginia CUy 



which we now lay 






a from Dayton, 



TI1I1 farm it owned bj 11 W1M* 



intb— and the 



.,,..1.1 .,1 






IV ill l» 



dnring 



season, and tbo 
as id cnrry»o_u- the wi 
eepllng lbs inTioj in 
of wholly doiog the w 



■idertbnn that npnn which it is laid, that, by lw 
'eight, it may be broken, and Ihe whole rendered 



■e of tbe two aides of 
In Ibe efloet produced 
by Ibe sun'a rajs, when falling directly upon a 
rfaee inclined toward Ibo snn, or upoo one di- 
•tly the reverse of this, mult bo considerable. 

Iges, thnt the rain, a. it Wis, passes "0 rapidly 
to tbo furrows, and is carried oft" without grnd- 
Ily soaking into the land, as 00 n Hal surface, 
d giving the whole Its full advantage. Those 
c some of tbe objections urged against this sjj- 
n of laying tbe land in ridges ; nod, eineo tbo 



whole field ; the fur. 
exposed to the amellor 



plowing ol the whole field at ooee, except in I 
oaring of lime, and this fating Is si tbe eipei 
of only two-third; of ihe land being plowed. 
LiTisD i.i Bids, on Siitcfub. 
There is another mode of plowing, or rather 
laying the land, which prevails lo Eoglnnd a 

laying the land In beds, or what are eotnmo 
called ileteha. In [bis case, a rtdge Is formed 
the eeuier,-by laying two furrow, back lo ha 



plowing o 



.0 then 



side, uut 
•d. Thea 



Irodut 



! pyslt 



ingb-dralning, Mr. Smith, the inlrodoc 
immense and cxlrnordionry Improvcmcnl 

or laying out the ground In ridges nr 

leave an even and unbrnken surface. In < 

plowing fields laid in beds, [ben 






o the (a 
culty likewise applies 
elds, especially if it i 
« the furrows. Harre 
ioder-side, lo adapt lb 1 

it they nre ill-adapted I 



over extensive fields, *ht certainly some rccoo 
mendalioo of them ; bulSbisJsupposcj them 10 1 



beds vary much In width, from five, to eighteen 
nnd Ihlny-ail feet- lo some easts, nndcr a sys- 
lem or plowing which Is called two in and tao our, 
four beds are formed loto ouo bed, ol perhaps 

lowlands, they are only five feet in width. An 
open farrow is of course left for ibe water to flow 
off, which runs down tbo aldea of the beds. Tbe 
object is 10 lay the land dry; but ll is obvious 



as [hough the I 
were broken In 
glbh hu.bandt 



scribed In Von Thau's Agrit 
been leccolly translated loto 



I (■■.iT'irrVGO 

c, excepting 
1 should in- 

,flhe ridge, 



U Blanching Celery, 
ropy thl following from Ihe London Garde 



"noendlo therm. Tlw 
..:,,,..< i„ Vu|.vrubrosa"— a 
no end of the field to 



deadnndgone, 1 
ne many thou as 
field or bailie, 

Tholuiurlnn 



Or, I 



bolls > 



ralgbt be 



1 r. ■ I i- ■ I ■ ' I" 
irer Ibi 



piled op 

growth of everylhing planted fc 
e yon will ace tnwips measur- 
■toil; beets weigh 

aeea inlo [bis Ter 



o the creditor 



Isoccordnnco with th 

BOn[ ortbe Hoitod Btnles, am 

„nmon country may. npi 



lanmtlon of the Pw«'- 
„] ihnt ihe people ol 




ITernp 
.aSD Stas- 



Ib.lr veatalUI thanksgiving to Him wh, 

"everv good and perfect gift," I, !<«■> 

n 'g lvcrnor of tbe Sinto of Gatlfortili 



br orl'"'"' ,„ „ h _- mil.. 

TlinnHlBT ">e SOth " a T ° r Sorember, mil., 

, d,.v of public thanksgiving to Almighty God 

■■f the great benefita wo hnve received at Hia 

b. nds"°doring tbo year through which 

]U Let P us'remerabe f on that day, tbnt In ealntnliy 
as in prosperity, there Is a God M » -l 
hold, in the hollow of Bis baud not onV the Hi 
of individuals, but tbo deslii 



•r Hi il 



, nun 



ill as pray 
s^nTib'to'eomp'^'the threatened dangers that 

'"wh". wTdepW oar condition h a natlo' 
hnro manifold reasons lor offering up our u 
Itiiink^iiings aancomnnnity. 

Our State, doriog ibo past year, bos bcoo 
ed with proapnrlty and health. Gov farms 



ded of II 



give np tl 






There are over 100 head 1 
and 200 chickens, sir. Goe 
Sii.uuO [,> $30,000 over an. 

cnnii'ler Unit ibis is as yet I 
the first year of tuliimtion. 

doobilcsa have the effect li 



s yea 



r's Chronicle, t 
'■Having had s< 



:.t perreclly. Last wi 
as earthed up with aan 
ond till April, andooal 



occurred in October 1 
o laic celery with aiwfi 
and il was found in spi 



„,„,„ 


aun 


Sloes 


■_ 


i-este 


day, 101b i 


It. 




nform 


edby M 


A 


drew 


Wolf (enva 




"hOHM 


Indep 
node 


ndent,) 
tile, tha 


'ar 


Tpid 


a large nuo. 
mie is prev 


Ti 


'"ll 


jbors 


.,"■„''„ 


aln 


parts 


time after 


nty 


[y, ad 


loogb 
data 


are affli 


d. 
gh 
lly 


era lly 
Firs 


e rango'uf 
proves fain 


1 


lib a s 


dden 




a be 


ome blind 




npid, (t 


en drop and d 


•>■ 


Mr.Pc 


rryroan hns 


OS 



having exhibited ihesyuipl 
ind diasected the liesb nppe: 



ailed fruitful 
her lands wbi 



SEED WAREHOTJsJ 

(ESTABLIiHED IH IBflOJ 

S. TV. MOOHj 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAHftl 
ALL K1HD3 OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, frm,,! 

Agricaltnpal 

.,..*J»D.... 

Ornamental Tree and ShrJ 
SEEDS, 

NO. JOS CALIFORNIA STri£ri| 






r 110, 



Between Sansoma nnd Jlfrik-mtrT 'trHti, I 

SAN FRANCISCO, C«.J 

TflKUNDERSIGSEn II AS E^TABtlsncoin, 



Itulious of 


OUI 


own 


uVored V 


mtuoo 


In wo nsacmb 


a with 


thnnkfu 


beart. 


cordial as 


ocl 




r our nw 


bnpp 




atthoina 


yd,solate 


bonse 




Sta 


ca, whose altars 


will b 


tb cypress 


an 


1 who 


e hearts 


will bo 












tbuoksgiv 


nga 


lor the 


plenitud 


of D 


lion, we b 


VO 


beet. 


easing th 


ongh 


ng and bio 




gofh 


zt 


;s;: 


eaa. And 
1 10 us, let 


us 


ive in 


nil other 
Almighty 


Godou 



eapondent of tbo Con 



been filled un'-Tonibe sake of gaining ndditluual 
antface.all the jlTowmea hire avoided throwing 



1 fear that, if the 



piece of Jfunchausen ; am 
were of this deictlption, 
prised at tome Mule iner 



Bvery pnrlielt 



1 I'i. ■'■■. i ■.'. Vl. ■•■ • or rll 



nfin field 'lull yards 



for Ibe drain, tbo umenot „, |„V taken for tb, 
drains will be cn.ua] to one-.inh rTb o whole 01 



C -:--l|,l.„ 



ll,:.- labnwl ,-, 



afield HO yards Jong, a lo 
mihules are occupied! 



5 k Wiggins, of 
at the Illinois £ 



San Jo 


qaio 


think 




disease is 


y Inch 




tbeir 






Ynnlh 


"V" 


elo e 


i.-.-S; ih. ; 1 




ago th. 


etir 




■.] to prod 


snd'whnt 


the dia 


use 


that 


patllculnr 


ocblt.y |b 



. / D0ME3T IC R ECIEE3. 
text Ai-i-lb Ponmrto.— One pint of scalded 

iHcs.one teaapoonful of line fall, sliswecl 
«ppje» cut In small slices. Bake lbrce hours. 

JfUnss.— Three tablespoon fuls of holler melt, 
ed in three pints of milk ; when cold stir in six 
eggs, 000 leaspoonlul of salt, two tablespoon fuls 

beat*. Should risu In 3 hours. 

lJniLixu Potatoes. — There are many ways 01 



& 



LGI.AND Sr-ANRiUU, 
Governor u f Ciliforau 
: A. A. IT. Tdttli:, Si-e'y of State. 






■vli.'l ,-,urf<- 



inC'-ulirmiiiur-jn.,! fully re 
,(,rii>« nf v^.r, until mnro ea 
tine kninledco shall ho a i ve 



JTAS FOR SALE 

Alfalfa or Chile Clover; llungnrion OnaS 

Kentucky Bluc-gmss; Orchnrd Grffl 

Red. lop Grass; Sainfoin OrMj 

Bnglish Rye-grass, Timathj Gnu; ■ 

Red Clover; While DatcbCta 

Crimson Olovcr, I. ... ■..■■,...-.,■.■ ; :: 



BEET, CAWBAGE, CABP.ilT, It.UItSH.TFSJt 

(JUOUMUEB, MELONS, i.KTT|ll.:E r UMOW 

TOJIATO, EARLY AND LATB PZa ,, 

BEANS, A.C., tc., fcj 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT S» 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TODAOGM 

COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's hhii 

FLOtVKR SURDS (300 Viirlellti 



it fail penetrate ond soften e. 
1 is habitually inseusiblo lo tho t 
provldeoceofAlmlghty God. la th 1 
ivar of oncqualed magnitude t 



IlLUll „,],|,..| 



with nil nations— ordw bus beei 

rnonv bna prevnilcd evurywber. 
tester of tuililary conflict, whll 
been contracted by the advancin. 
es of the Union. 



■>'-ill,.L ;; ,„|j N( , ,(,„ ,.,,..,,. 



pan of ihe U ni. ,,1 .s, .,,".: '..i",, Vh'.V '* iVV 'i' ' ""'" 
■ -,1. ,!„.! ill.,,,- Hi,., ,,... .„!,.,,, ,,.,, . ■ . r ,'" ;" 



jonio«n.|, nnd hi. very ein-.n.i 

tlnimi,,; t.. .iu (...tnhlL-h. "Ml, 

I of hi. ability lo satisfy his oalni 



A pre, 

3, n" 1 






k Native California Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEED! 



tub trsDERsiasKD. fmum his k 

facilities and 

large Stook of Ev c ry Variety of •" 

Can olTnr unusual loducementl I 
MERCHANTS Iff THE TRADE, P.«*? 
AND LA ROE RANCH OWXPSS, 



DiHECt 1.1 Ihe un.l-.r,. t N.el. tl,r,.i K li '^'Xtf 

k «• The Amenta nftVel^.F.,,,.^.^^ S 

Tbe nnde«l*nod I. also ne-nii.leJ In "IWjji 

Warren, elll.,r,.r.',l,f., I , ) ,„ l',r,.i^r. ■■■h« ""JS 

nziT'j \ ""■""• ". ,r "; ',"■ r:';i'«5 9 

portod «eds, and the™ "u^'irit, "dl """^BSra 
EST- Send for a Catalogue. 

S. SV. MOOBft 

SEED ffABElWj 

408 (old Bo. 110) California str»*< 



THE "GOLDEN HAB pi 



lilirhanddrvnn 
ho'il. earcely bre 

•dred and B[|y', 



.nU.u,es;n,ld the juice of 2 lemons ; pour i 
tnjiulda to cool. 

Hi)«.— One- pound of rump aleak, 1 pound < 




W.II.S EWiuD % (i(: , rofgialij *. LINCOLN. 



this third dr.] 



SPLEHDII) HEW Aim iiiPitovHn »■ 



The BAY STATE and other SW* 



li'H'S-WAitK i:riKl'i:K- Ml1, 
KE. OVENS, SAO.IHOSSi 
*c. Ac. In,. 

* bj ~ B. C. AUST1?3 

P B c,a, Tln-Workv, »1 Clay .isje.. S*fl 



13 



;p»»** 



Crrsmllrgr.-iphv: or tie BEnmnro ot Minerals. 
1©jj(o(<-- CnnlntUtalim. Ttr rsgolnr fdrms whk 

["crvslalliMiIon I» <h = >«n« as Bolidiucatloc 

m. Under favorable circumjiaoce 
gotir crystals' mav form; but very commonl, 
sa of crystalline grains, na Is th 



„rk bj additions t" Ibelr sides, iill finally 

led array loo rapidly, a mass of 
. led at she bottom til the vessel, 
:hicb do regular crj„tnls (cubes) cm be seen. 
: tbal lie sotnt powerof crystnl- 
orfc, ud Tailed of yielding sym- 
F ». .-..-=, bec.iu.38 of the rapidly of ilie 

guaUine ill lie structure of anil. However 

Hill lbe grains wore crystalline in their 



Iv ofiulpburbV rurin-J, it «■[' 
Hug. To oblr.tr. d.si]nc\cryi 
.."Jill Bbuotd be broken as\od 
uii.i Hi'/ ] i ' i ■ 1 1 ■ J pnrl irillim be poiif' 
ivity, when cold, trill be found to b 
• " *io needles, The crusi in ibT 



.., .. Job when healed pusses into ibo 
.le of a vapor; on cooling again, the glass lea- 
ning the vapor is covered with complex 
Srilliaui ns polished steel. During 
ioicr, tbc vapors constituting clonds, 
„„.-. chanced (oaooiv; Ibis is a similar 
nf crystallization, for every Sake of score 
yllals, and often I lit y prv-rnt 



THE CALIFORNIA. F A. It M E £t . 



115 



c<5enli-illy the ?umv, whatever tio variations or 
distortion,. ' J 

Other minerals hove a Mite constancy In their 



angle to determine the 
■ ix-slded prisms with t 



oniUDCfar crystalline h,rm 5 , depend., 

Octanes Of crystallography lo Ihe mine 

Fundamental Forms of Crystals- 



ZOB1V &: CO. 

GENERAL AGEHTS, hUD 

,« Commission & Forwarding 

MERCHANTS, 



«1 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO ; 

1 BEEKHAN STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



Jlcoiluanee*, I 

FOR 



inns, loioecvc intn Olira irnni io ur nu rt- , JFOK 

^'iHS^^S^V'i'tSS AGRICOLTURALIMPLEHIENTS 



a knife, the stude. 
readily chipped o 



s, is not merely a science! 
■ tar solids it, J[ir,m| ujT v ; 

_, diBcotioo In general. 

IfotXci tf (hymUUMion. In tbo above ciac 
■t have presented three different modes of > 
puliation, In mt fair, lbe substance is in i 
er (or soma solvent) ; ihe particle 



icmiiilliceias lbe hinted c. 
In lie hardening of sleel, it 



«.„«. .ueiuij ui aviuuuu. inn long cc 

ion 1 tbii fact bus been ihccou'c 
uchlnery, by rendering the iron 

to Ibe fracture of itic niles or t 

dot : :ri-i'i-![ones, snd even the iron n 

verj mnuy | Hit ivL.I.-Ey cilen.l.-rj i 



:l crystals are usnnlly of moderate size 
■* ol the Guest water are quite small. A. 
'large ibey tiecomo lees clear, or even 
aojthe races lose their smoothness anil 
(ibeir luster. Tie emerald, Bullinenili 
- -■jewelry, seldom exceeds an inch in leug.h 
i Is rarely a, large as tbis ; but a crystal ol 

since at Actvortli, -New Hampshire, wtilcb 



Tbe/onoonnMoVorm. are 

"■ , » l1 "' '"'"" o' crystals s 

Kir | I I 

The number of fundament 
cleavage, is iMrleta. They n 
tahtdrmt, oi<f- J ' 

The prUms 

The prisms e 

"-" stand erect, ano . 

I inclined. The si, 

i! planes, and Ibe 



Tbe 



l-vrui.ii.l-- placed base in basi 

the pyramids meet Is called th 

>i» ucmucdrou ; the edges of the bns 

;d tbc basal edges, and the other edges ih 






ZORN& CO., 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



TAY, 

BROOKS 

& BACKUS, 

Corner of Front and Washington streets. 
SAN FHANCISCO. 



A. KOHLER'S 

NEW STORE, 



SUGAR PANS, 

100 to UD Gallon >. 

CAULDRON KETTLES, 

10 to 300 Galium. 

FARMER'S BOILERS, 
DAIRY STOVES, 

20 10 IS Gallons. 

FORTABT.E FORGES, 

All Site: rr Cntnp-nork, Etc. 

Pressed Russia Mining Pans— Seamless. 

PE OEATED RUSSIA EROS", 

For Quarts Screens. 



pyramid, 
Tbe dodecahedron bns twelve Bides. 
Tbo «e» of these solids are imaginary li 

lo edges, or of opposite jinyl 



:< ijcalk-J ,t 






.egdlac 

Mgn, opjqoe. Tbi 



s, fit I 



SAWYER & CLARKE, 

lllPOaTErtS AND DEALEHS IK 

Pure Mew York, Boston, and Hew Jersey 

CIDER, 
Cider Vinegar. 



pC,.,.;; 1 ;, 

" ,i0 »"' V Tbe 
long a „d 61 
pound,. Fru 
"""J, 1,000 t 

» in 4 ,.i r..:,| v 
vrji.,r,- „i„ ;,„ 
'"Kl.-Hrnnp.lil. 



arliy; but opaque crysial 



ii a tiMule cavity ui y,,,,!.,.,.. 
ntury since. These fiieu h 

e ihm Jmi ullnded lo, baTt 



^"» rvion,, j„id iliitribiiled'tbo quart* ra, 
Hlbrocghvasi deposit* in lbe north's, tlrm 
'■ "■'■■ .-r„ p, , ■.■.■.;,. r-.i. J.-, alike „v,. r Ihv ■-, 
""'en of liquid lovas, nn Q the formation ■ 
''• ■■■ill. fi.nlNri.if Hi,; crystalline gvah 
»»K ihe fornu-r, nnd Ibe structure ar, 
'teal faces of Ibt Ifttej. 
"• r H ■/ tV„., ( ,i Hint Fortru. Each miner. 

^J ho m readily distinguished by the cba 
a, Crymala art, Iber, 
.ofiha mineral kin, 
hasasncelucsftrmnn 

e cards « i en I in 1 ch.i 



B-^ailUona 



ltd, tbey nre fondnnienUlly idee- 
JUlenill be found to differ fron 

ii^orluVm ,n T. y "*" of thil 

', according lo cerlain' simple laws 
ondlug angles of inEliuallon ar< 



>es of floor sp:ir rniiy tie cleaved nn lbe an 

ali-s. ivith n ~lii:!ii [.r.-.-jure of the knife. A leai 
■a, called fi.l.ii.1, j-K-lda t.ib,-i by cI-.v.l-,.. Mi 
i — ofien improperly called isinglass— may b. 



Cleavage is uniform in all varieties of the 
It occurs parallel to the faces of n fundac 



joalease, and aiTordlog pinned of )i 
"I .-.--n i-rr.-.-ly, it i.. di-.,imil.,r ].i.r.ill.:] 
nil.it l.l.iue.. Il is accordingly lbe ; 



:olba 



,1 plat 



ibo rererso may be true. 

, however many sides It m»y have, 

i Hie amount of divergscce of tn 



Corner or Front Ht.and Sroadtvay 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



Blackwood's Magazine, 

THE LOHDOrT (iUAKTEilLl" (CanserratlTa). 
THE EDIHBDEGH REVIEW (Whig). , . 
THE H0BTH BRITISH BEVIEW (Free Church). 
THE WE8THTH8TER EEVTEW aiberal). 
BtAOKWOOD'S EDIMBIIROH HAGAZIHE (Tory). 



18 63. 

THRASHING MACHINES! 

THE UNDERSIGNED ARE IN RECEIPT DIRECT 

GENUINE 

PITT'S, and V. BI. RDS9ELI. &. Co'a 

GELEERATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS 

BOTH .BELT AND OEABED, 



4, e, lO, and 12-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, ' 

FARMEB3 an upeelally requested to call and exam, 
inn before purchasing alionhora.t 

DEWITT, KITTLE & 0^., 



■ ft 6E3 Washington street, 

m Maguivo'a Open Hoa 




New Native Apples, 

WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS 
rCaliforoUloeareolleellooer 

JSESV 

S Native Apples, 3§5 

I trhleh we have a remarkably Uno and Ihrlfty slock, 
nbrnclnt a larse variety obtained from allparti ofthe 

Hies whlsh will prove en,ioootl T suited to tho toil and 
Inula of Cnlllnrnia. Catalojues can ho obtained 
o niheo of the California Farmer. 
B3- PA0KINO dano in Ihe bait manner and shln- 
menU from New Voik, Phlladolpbia, „, DalHrnoro 

EDWO. J. EVANS & CO, 

YOEK, Pannsyltanli. 



PACIIECO 

Foundry & Machine Shop, 

E UNUKttSIGllED DBSlftE TO CALL 

THE PACHECO BARLEY-MILL. 



"Wroug-ht-Iron 

'MONITOR" COOKING-STOVES. 
ItAIVGaVES, 

If All Siies, for Hotels, Steamers and Mlnlns; Com. 
luIA.lsrTJFA.aTtJIl^3H,s OF 

TIN, 

SHEET IRON, 
COPPER, 

BRASS, 
ZINC, 



JAPANED GOODS. 

All Kinds or Stamped or Pressed Work. 



TUNS ..MKrlVlni™ hour. 

.':';.. '„;.■ .;.';:■, ''■,,'„ , ,i. ,,, ;,"." , ] .." l ,'""■''""'" ' ,!),: 

— p- SrinSi J-"i' '.■■'.'.;'. '!■;■,' ■'. ,,.'■ ':':' "' ■' """^''"Ur." 
The Rritish Reviews, V ^'^n^a^tiB;' '"* 

A NEW CA«C PLOW. 

^te.rA'/gM^^ 
ra ot Ujls foondrr ero prepared to answer 



EVERY KIND OF CASTINGS, 

P«h«a, J uno » iaa BT * l,0, !a * DALTOST 



::?g AnExtra Flock of Sheep for Sale, 

rA Uunfww".^^ 1 ^- 11 - ""OCT TO LEAVE 

tL hi.. , t. u"i' r,',';.''!.''. ,"i^,: m^'I' 1 ;;, ^,',1','J"':': 



the 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

THE OBIGINAfTp. P. STEWART. 

Fuel Saving ana Comfort Producing 

LARGE OVEN 

SUUMEP. A5D WINTER AIK-TIQnT, 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood ami Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 

MpnovEo" is litaox 

D Jears'" 1 S°o'v'r l s"aro no^lo "an lna°t'w«o r i!it ,t n I BV n l 

W, MAHor^rone-Everj pori] OD of Ihn Slovt Is 
lhoron f hlv eo C ,lri, ■!,:. t: id, ,,..,■„ I, .ubutilmd to . 

aMeoW"a l X! 0B " 0Lr "°' k ' UalD " r ™'> l '''= l » 

■n, t'«r,.-,v-U. l U„ t -, l^lii,,,.. br^lllor, roastln, 
ndall other eullnar, operalloos |,erformod at iho .anio 

aa^n E tno"l'e 1 |n t of fooi n8 "" **' "' A " Sl °" lD *"" 
6lh, Var.r,L.r°oK or Hnav^-In {bo Stewart Slave 

I""-, bo '.,.„[ d(- jrs ..[.enrj,,,.,,!, i,„., ,i, , ,. ... 

■.-.■J Iiy l.r,.:.|.,l., :[ |. .,,.,,,,. . .| if ,....|. ..,,.' .. 

^sdhSa' ""ill b^k," r T ri '' >rQ ' L ' 1 ln ,h0 

tba DvilVaaD'o °lT\'<J\'"' 'J• i '° u "' h " , uf vooiuXp It 

b/lt6lSVn"F| r V" J ^^ TI ' Sh ''' ,tB<,D "'' ,,,a 

coulJljeMod ^'dlu'ftl'" I ! 0Tf0M Fld «-Sv whldh a 

Hi" i ■ -in in n .1 irnoko eotsrlm ihoroom 
Brtr^hllaS^Bhn™' ' '" ! ' " ''"'■'■ ,T " 

rsSSSl^^^^lii r ,,l ' 

kel,m 



OPENING FOR THE HOLLIDAYS 

TbnmintmisninorotSloci of TOV9 and 

PARISIAN GOODS 

Rich Crystal and Porcelain Ware, 

Elegant Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, 

Toilet Caset, Cigar Crises, 
PORTMONAIES AND ETUIS 

Of new snd beautiful Pattern 

TOILET BOTTLES, 

TORTOISE SHELL, ARTICLES, 

WATCH CHAINS, LADIES' BAOS, RETICULES, 

IV0RT BROSnES, SHELL COMBS, 

LIQUOR CASES, GIRAFFES, FLAC0J.S, 

la dm i ol nlher Swrioad Doautlfol Article, In a thoa- 

Sclented by Ur. ii Oil III 
£S?- KEJ1EJIDER TO BUV EARLY. -®a 

Tarleiy and Prlcei lfarrantod to 
Suit all Purges. 

CHOICE MUSIC, 

Music Books, Musical In truments, 

Melodeons, Pianofortes, Etc,, Etc, 



?orsalnh» 

i .1 l.l'.lt 11. ■.ir.Itl.l--.lr 



JACOB 2EOH, 
FIRST PREMIUM 

Pianoforte Manufactoryj 

4ie IvrA-TiSEJX STREET 
BetweonSaaio me andB atlerr streets, ' 

I "h 'tlha,o'i'«'onha TICE T0 TIIB ptrBLI0 
.lave "^-.'ru^ IbroSlrtoJ" VHnV.^t ' m',"Z' 

" ';■.',.,'..■, X i h ? 1 ';f e r l '«« *»-»«•«■ 

1 ;,!:,', ., H" ;: "'" ^■ , " '» ibnlr advaotaireio 



JUST RECEIVED, 1 

A Complete Anorltnnnt of ererj Stjlo and Varielvof 

COAL Oil, LAMPS 

ANO 

LAMP STOCK, 

ALSO ,\ 

CHANDELlMS ! 

One, Two, Three, Four, anti Six lights. 

O il si 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANKER'S OIL , 
MACHINERY AND JlUXlfJNQ OILS, 

Comet lUuminatiHg' 

KER0S2NE OILS, 

CAMPHENE, TURPENTINE 

FLUID AND ALCOHOL, 

FOR SALE BY 

STANFORD dfiOS., 

MANUFACTUBERii AND 1MPOBTEBS, 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 



San Francisco Cordage 
Compaify. 

C°S™™, ;» ,l"»l>. i MIL iKD COH. 

CORDAGE. 




Bednood Ciljr, x\\h 



ib ttTaMlon a 




vers] UlMe 


nolilo "^'S 


fete k 1tbii in b 
HkYeiuejor an 


d lb 


! Iliu mirr 
liauHlller 





jZ 



THE CALIFORNIA. FARMER. 



117 



illy to ibis winter, but is ii 
■Kamethlng for which a Hue patriot should 
Ndb? Tlie ciirnnpince of in people look) 10 
BBpseulUrlr benrlleas under the present circum- 
iuiiL-3. A.< one looks upon oil thii splendor lbs 
qessUonnrliM: To tbej rverlhink of the nomer- 
gejjroonded "nil suffering soldiers, svbosc bluod 
Mowing on every fleld In Ibeir defense? The 
BOBtjapeiH In embellishing tbeir Central Park 






radge, b 
ipojti 



•Tho Catnanehe, which ec- 
ist week, from Kew York, In the ship 

II, baj been ^gloriously snnk nl one 
elessness and (he lonlbeut atortn 
r oigbt did tbo business. Tbo ship 
it a wharf on Rincan Point eipascd 
d the wares from the whole length or 
allowed lo pound her Hero on lb r 



Soat ibe ship and her valne 
apparently (lowest moreme 

agents of (be underwriters w 
iboje funeral" It was; but'n 
nor of aclJOQ lo bats the p 
the ship or building a coffer dnm 
rhicb the present mild weal 



Mil Rodiet CiKiriini 
his frlende, In lia.sachus 
office nflbo Fituisa. 



Tins is Conns.— Those wljbiogaSOO 
nod liuW Sewing Uncbine,forS55, should 
t Llila office immediately ; jast the a 
itidaj preient. See the advertise 



■ 1864. - - 1864. 

| American Seed Store 

206 J" BTKEET, 

Saoramente. 

(|Se r A11 fOSSTASTtY RECEIVI.SU El" gVg 
BaLAitGg ASD SPLENDID COLLECTION' OF 

MCARDEN, 
[ FLOWER, 
FRUIT, 

TREE, 

SHRUB, •■'"■] 
B-grionlttiral Seeds. 



lobicco iKd, Cotton sc-d, Haider leed, Opium iter 
™ Enropeajnlendlde. 



IL'LauUti ROOTS. 
""J"oi'aui L «. 



aekaiu suitable for I 



A Fin?, House, Orchard and Vineyard 

''■■"■ SACRAMENTO— FUR SALE. 
fcA PIHB EiOCSB t 



Uwiowor ih* "■none?. 'a"* infarut only"' »?«."■ 
senna A near! bu>loen ui. (Ir cju make II. 
mwiufflho place crery year. Inquire of Edii,, 



in Home and Garden in Sacramento Citj 

fc* o LARGE, SPACIOUS, AND QENTEEI 

Ud on liberal [era., of payment ir applied li. 
Bivft* 1 "«*»* '» «PWIJ lapr-Ttas In S, .memo 
gftbU4««.b«D». InqulreofedltorFarinor. IB 




Now 



w f=»iii«--iij 



v^r 



•'VOICE OF PRAISE," 

10,000 \ 

I SOLD IN TWO MONTHS. 






A. KOHLER, 

asm Dealer, Saa 



FRENCH PLATE GLASS. 



himself in ihii oily as *D 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IS 
PE.A.TE-GL.S.S4, MIRRORS, 

STAINED OLASS, ETC, 

Direct fiom Euraw, of ihu 
BEST WHITE QUALITY, 
"I ill thicknesses and dimensions. Largo iniolcoi ol 
PlaU-alut now opened-sUes Tarring from Hi IB It 
132x73, and lar«or altea will he Imported to order. 
Be has recoiled (he agency of 

Henri. Aug- Nyiaeni & Co's 

PATENT FRENCH PLATE-GLASS, 

Silvered, for Mirrors, 



miry 1 1 j- hood- 
I woulrj invite a 
ilcejoit noeltod. 



nld Kyle of Quicksilterli 

liacortnpaokinEfir tra 

call of eiBDlaatltmUthi 

ffarlne (ho nle arenoy I 

pired to nceivoonlen, and coo loll allow as can be 

imported from New York. 

I am alio eooitantlr reeelilnc; latre Inroleea or 
CRYSTAL SilEET, STAINED, ENAMELED, 
CUT AKD GROUND WINDOW OLASS, 
ROSETTES, ROUGH PLATE-GLASS 
FOR SIDEWALKS, ETC, ETO. 
Order* laeaWed forCIIURCU WINDOWS, Ornimenl- 
ad ud Plain, lo any ttylo Dr of aoy dluonginni. Do- 
■lroj can bo leen at [he offloi. Any Society furniibino; 
linnnjioni fo, Window, or Glaai, can hi.o Ibetr pat- 
ems or deiieos made to order. All ityloi and tltts of 

Glass for Conservatories, 

3EEEN-H0UBE3, 

GARDEN BTJTLDIKG3, 
SUPERIOR MIRRORS, 

Framed, of an Enlire New Pattern. 

lilable for Hoiol,, Parlore, Salooon, ele. Those sonde 
can offer oo (be moit favorable lormi. 

stock of thi 



PREMIUMS 

....AT THE.-.. 

"WORLD'S Ii , ^^II^. 

MEDAL 




INTEHMATIOMAL EXHIBITION, 

I.OXDO\. 1S63. 

First Class Gold Medal 

TO TUB 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
Sewing: Machine, 

Paris Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are iiiiitriaii.v Acknoirelcdgeil 
TO BE THE BEST, 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 




Fr. H. Rosenbaum, 

HAK Vll.tM isi.1). 



To F'arm.&rs. 

:||,. l|>.,-o,t HilM t ,f aiUiic.es oo'tboIUII-i 
■»l»lI D u.e, Barn, and RdbdIoc Water. 

.XT' ANTED— A competent Mao, who hasTnani 
*f to plant 100 acres of Soiar-M ois, on S\ 

ibtenbor Sads Land and Fie neb teed ipcolnll 

'"d. Apply as ielow. 

,-"ib SALB--BO fun, of finely powdered ANIMAL 
l.'IUllCJAI, rl>„.„i l,„nr.) f„, Vine li,t,.|„. 
■';<-"■■« A:,... J I'.,,, ,,r .!_>;, ,.f -1 ,1 AR jliuf. 
'LlMlh, for Garden [irotlio% at 85 per tan 
Apply lo- 

GEO. GORDON, 
i-lm Boiur KeGccrr, Kijbih ui Folsom 



JALIFORNIA MAHBLE WORKS, 
Grant & Devine, 

OFFHR FOR SALE 

MANTLES, GRAVE-STONES, 

MONUMENTS, TOMBS, 

TA8LE-T0PB, GRATES, TILEB, 

Sculpture, Carving, Lettering 1 , 

I all kinds of UHHAMENTAI, W0I1K will receWe 



l!LE intd hy WHOLESALE 






James R. Deane, 

AINTS, OILS, 
VARNISHES, 

WINDOW CLASS, 

BRUSHES, ETC, 

UO. 31S OLAY STHBET, 



Wheeler & Wilson's 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED, 
ABE THE OHLT PEBEECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
EEMMrNG. 
COHDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 

FELLING, 

GATHERING, 
EMBHOIDEKIMO ; 

B HOST ECONOMIC AEi 

Family Sewing: Machines, 

XIV TJSIE. 



THE 
First Fall Importation 

NEW DRY GOODS! 

....TO.... 

SAN PJRANCISGO, 

HAS BEES REOBIVED 

KIRBT, BYRNE & CO., 



STo. T, 

JUontgom'ery street. 



"TO"E HAVE JUoT RECEIVED, PER 

STEAMER CONSTITUTION, 

100 Gases Dry Goods, 

Conto!nIn E - 

SILKS OF E7ERY VARIETY 

and Style, 

The best asiorted stock of 

Dress Goods 

Ever opoucd in San Fpnclaco. 

Embroidered and Lace Bets • 
and Collars 

of (he latest patterne to be 

worn during tbo coming leason, 

OLOAJKS 

AND 

SHAWLS, 

An endless ynrieiy, suitable 

for tho San Francisco 
and Country Trade. 

Blankets, Qoilts, Flannels, 

Sheeting, Irish Jinen. 
Table Linen, Towels and Toweling, 

Hosiery, Undergarments, 
Damasks, Lace Cor tains. 

And ercrrthinp; gcnernllt foand in a 

I>r*y Goods store. 
ALEXANDRE'S KID CLOVES, 

Best quality » II 25 par pair, 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
IBo " * Montgomory, street. 




Cor^ Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 

J- H. HAYDBN, 

AOEMT p 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVSRSTRONiJBASS 

Pull Iron Frame Pianos 

for'n™j™i?"pri™r™mte^lot»lio? ,D " " r " 1 "™ 
TE9TIMOHIAL3 , 

Ih."^^. VaVih^ilff^^ eomparbon ,1* 

$225,-- HEW t OCTAVE PIANOS 

ticA«t"»ii^ , ji»r«d"iBi B,M " ^^ ,S0, tt0, •"• 

THE HORACE WATERS SIEL0DE0N3 
AND HARMONIIIMS 



iE!i., u 



iwift.T 



THE DAT SCHOOL BELL. 

"eeoiisMi™ 11 Mikj"*!," n """ ISHSr*if lk " lt ,cir ScbD " } ' " li 
aty k e d* l .rS*Mliil™' ir '''° IBoa * nBI « ■Mus^whleL an 

"Al"lV'lo*™ilo™Srii^ 

"- 1-=J," • '■"'■ ,. I,„], f.,,,1 - ■■ BlS'ol bJariw" 

'Pm 1 | :f ,ii rT , . | -...„ l ,, 11 -„ iri ■ ...,,„;, i;ii ;■;; 

"SS*'.thtii «o™P«ed <•! ""<■" w,„.-.„. „„,i..,r ol 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 

contnlni m p«r., end ne.rlySM tnnei and bymni. sad Is 

11-r-, ■ ■■llr-.oulul Zl„n," -( niipll 1„ |,, r0 m , :|,; l , : . . ' ■ ' '■ ; y ' -° 
A'-.-'' l"!.l in- . ■!.. !!;■■ I.l.-ni,- ■■j,,-., I, „.;,. iv. „,., 



SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO, 2, 

Isui entire new work ol LSa ptga, and niarly two bu D dred 

»iiJr.TT.ry-iir.!iunrj.end!ijraof. Un- mini ,!■ ,., ,,.... j,.. r , 
counlriS" A *° l"' 1 "' ""* ri '' ii 'i" i ""*' u - h " Ll " •"•' otber 



£S3 



WATER-S CHORAL HARP. 
."d^an™! Kcik! ™ ,e ° ?a? " "' ' 



iiiJiu'L'>: J, ^ATi-!it~ : ; 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 

Cr-nti. I U nnr im >1 .. I1..I . , . .. :. . , I'^P^r COVClS, 



Wffl, T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES 

New York and San PrBjioiBco. 



RARCLAT & MIZNER, 

Stock Brokers, and Mining Secretaries, 

Buy nndHol! on Com lulls ion 
.A.X1X1 KINDS OF STOOKa. 



"■iiiiiiiiiry Block, 



North Point. Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 



othor Domeille Produce. 



Rlack Spanish Fowls. 

A b^Fmlifar' iS P T U0flo «aHBEJ!D BLACK SPAN. 

a R.not/OH, 



eau.lUparlon. W^ltd 



THE HARP OF FREEDOM 



RUTH : A SACRED CANTATA 

rsrioK., 



eobe'nt'b'ol.""' 7 D *"'' ' 
ron'so crau, t U KrToa 



THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

n fi l« eoplo 10 ceom. tS eer 100. IWlod". "ib^felUprkJ 

THE ATHENAEUM COLLECTION 




low York, 
NEW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, 

1 ■', '" 'I- i ■■■ ■■!■■ mi r,.n., ■ ■■„■■..: ■„ ■:■: 




NEW VOCAL MUSIC. 

■V,". >'.' , '.,!.!'. ','■*;,' '" ..";, l ' 1 ", 1 '" ""'■■•'., ' '■'■■-'■i.r-- 

iru" w""u •■:^' l |°" . : " i,! ' . '. i '■"'"'■■■ |J « ii'-.n' 

Publuilsl by HORACK WaTEIti, A B 't. 



ALLEN & SPIER, 

SjliV FRANCISCO. 



IIS 




« V t tp n -R "NT T A. f AEMEB^^^s^- 



IhatiuBhloDgyear. 
,a through doubts aod I 
and bleed beneath yon 



wiiht 






,j f.llowm««, 
Acs weary, Ihlnklog of your 1. 
little haarta, thai (beob and boa 1 
:h impatlrnt, forerish heal 



Such Hi 



MiM 



Infracted through It 



TlCa ) 



ice and (o Cuico, should t 
foungeal daughter, then a b 



ing ihe er«l work. He wns immediu! 
he thought proper to demand, and lb 



[, "accompli! b lbs work wi 

»ken?" 

ied been done," laid ">o youth, "bad the 

, f0 Q accompanied with Ike bope of posses- 

b" « P 1j the yooog girl, auddeuly thronfag 
upper garment., "bleb bad bidden Ihort 



, beyond nil other focltnf 
urrcnce, signified bis assn 
ew mouth, after this, lbs 



hii dnugtitei 
irlficd by tbi 
the propyl 






>._Not by Ibo "raurmerl 
1, wboo she abould be up n 
nil aouods harsh; bat It Is i 
syinpnlby with nomankn 



Ddlhed as mocb c 
a will gainsay, 
in the morning, v, 



HATNES & LAWTON, 



IMPOHTERB 

CROCKERY, 

GLASSWARE. 
FBENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Flalcil and Britannia Ware, 



The How Haven Clock Company'a MnnnfMihire, 



SOLE AQEKTS FOR CSLIFOSNIA. 

1G SAXS01IE STREET, COMER MERCHANT. 




NEWMAN BROTHERS, 



i. 303 Battery ib-cot, nea 

MANUFACTURE 



Wood and Willow-ware, 






raeot of what he bad 
:oniplctcd. Among tbi 



violently enamored that 
id and [nrned from tbe o 
1 had hitherto bent. Hi 



-"f"" 



This perDtiy wil 









WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALEB9 JS 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY V ;«' '' "i 

GBOOEBIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

KIND , AT LOW PBIOB8. 
■ ho selection of onr stock of Goods. Many articles ore prepare), 
SPECIALITIES, for onr ' 

*. A MX I. IT TH.AI>ra,V 

ither cbaicn kinds. 



OF EVER"? 
ontioa ti »1"M» K'" 10 t0 



socn AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE. 
TEAS, of 'bo wj 

SUG PRESERVEa, M'l-, J«h Dried Fruit of dl kittds. 

nn.l for every uso. SIRUPS of 'bo very cboictn, 

celebrated Dnlriea ; nlao, chnicoat Eastern 

1, taken from Bond, na we hes 



^aESSES"' 



ir fur Medicinal puri>Q!0(, eiBnij 
SPASISn OLIVES, of superior quit, 
*HEUKniEHCOUNTV COERSE. superior to any Obeese in ttottjumry. ^ j* 
™-™™.=! ISABELLA- AND CATAWBA. WIHtt 
LOlSTCrWORTS'S iaA»*. especially for Family U« 



n (b> Cnlinu 
Wilt bo MI nil 






RASCHE & SONS, 



dealebs irr 

PIANOFO BTE S, 

SHEET HUSK! AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, &c„ 

Aconls far the Celebrated M.nofaclorora, A II.flo.ro 

■- ,: " ■-'■-'.}'■■'■■■!'■ ■ ,1 "'' ,,t -. I ' 11 "" '.'■ l , !l, . i ;*;i J ^ hMd 

fur'sALE noTfor RENT. tad shm | 

Mu-ioaod Ilouod Ito.it] I o Sm iV.n. .■,■•-■■, nn.l ii i'.-cn- 
■I mill ir.ru L'.-.-l lil' fri/ll nrrii ,jIj "irli ov«y ..liuiuier 
(>,■■.„■, •[><, i r.ndr.il |-ul.li -h -t-: in l!„. 1:." Hi.-; h:». :• 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

1KSTBUMEHTS TUKED AND REPAIilED. 

Moiii:coplfi*r,.i-.rr.n,:,-.|K- ! i- il ll ... ■sr.imenH : New 



Hot.ce our tuaress- B OWEN BROTHER, 

Comer California and Montgomery Btreeti, 
San Franoiin, 

III! a :nn STORK— Hunter alreet, Blockton. 

BIGELOW BROS. 8s FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

FIRE J±NT> LIFE. 

OFFICE Korlliwesi Corner Montgomery and Sacramento street*, 

Capital Represented, over $10,000,000 !!1 
LIFE DEI'AJRTMEIV'T'. 

ASSETS OVER 



Punly ti 



o tbe part of ths i 
t of tbe work was 
pasied wlthoet 



and bad oo 
(Xi-iDg to 



mind of the ei 

toy further In 

Tbe confoil 



fault, and deleral 
ting to death tbe 



ed, lu the preaenco of tbe loca, who 
throne, iBtrooodeo by his ooblea. 
peobg to be a man of moderate pi 
the culprit, in tbe pretence of bit d 

Cletenualion of the crime be had 

To thin the young nan replied, tb 
to thank hii tovcrlgo for all the favi 
eclvcd, and mom esptci.illj f.. r ill.'. 



and trade Ite aulhoriticj have permitted. 



iog (S30,ODO,OQO). 
butfoorboutcaol 
Vienna nnd Frank- 



nmittcJ hy 
to bad only 



L»dscJ OP 


A Cal 


FO 


mi Steiiuuif. — Yejter- 


day alternoon 


"in" 


t 


p yard of Webb & Bell 
of the (tenmshlp Mon- 
ccldenl. Sbelsoneofn 


erey took plar 


ewitb 


ul 


number of elm 


lar ve 




built by thii firm for the 


'acificlInilS 


amabipC 




are: Length 


10 fee 


1 b 


am 34J feet, bold 24 feet- 


The engines 






rnisbed by tbe Norolli 


in Works, 


Ihlac 




Tbe llooterey look to 


thc-wnter io G 


emyl 










their belt wiibea.— [X. ^ 


T -T'"" 


rid. 






Wdeh« Fob 




i 1 


.—Fort Sumter is threi 


miles and tfart 


e-clgb 


i f 


am Charleston, one mile 


and one-eight 


from 


Fu 


tMoullrle, tbree-qunrter 



I Stale s Coast .Surrey Depailtne c 
Co»ra SaxKTUi.vo. — Very few p 



r.i|.i.|i. 



idtbi 



will ihron 
■metal. At 
r, trill requt 
ndninypo. 

requin 



THEBOARDMAN, CRAY & CO. 

PIANOFORTES. 

Tho mbsnilber, late a mnnibor of Ihl, well-known Firm, 
has eilaulWiBdn 

Wholesale and Retail Depot 

At 726 Broadway, New York City, 

Where ho will bo bappy to receive onion, and oipeclot- 
ly to hoar from his friendj, end tho pntron, of the late 

... ',il^.'.'.ilc 1 '™o f j r RotaU Pric!,._ind otery Pilno lj- 

SIBERIA OTT, 

7ZB Broadway, Few York City. 



ABBOTT'S PIANO-STOOLS. 

■he beat Piano-Stool lo oae. Iron oolumn and hi 
ntly warrantod. Solo A<eocy and Depot. Tko tra 

Bootman'a Pianoforte Toning Scales. 

ioobllni- peraoni to TUNE TlIEtlt 0WM PrAKl 
orreetlj aud perfectly. It la *lu|.lo In cooilrrjoti- 

lead fur Bosc'rirtlio Clrculan. All Orders ihould' 



until tbe detsaod of tbe g| r |, tbcre was not 
sound heard. Tbe wbolo of ibo noblct preie 



layiog ber right baud upon big 

■landing a little on one tide, tb 

might be well seen by Ibo luca 

"Young mao of the hill, she 



thou choiei 
tho daughter of 



child of tlie vales in prefa 
tbyiorereign?" 

To which the youth, after ileadfaatly regatdb 
tho loca, replied; 



red and silly pou 
os.or sbotl Eitch monitor n 
ofpo.derperday. Thoeol 
ei>meratc,wlllhurlattheri 

id fifty tb 



m ..pco 



ofOtty tbouaaod pounds 
:ed aod twenty-fire tuna 
tuna of powder. 



hibltedat thalaWS' 
ite a potent. Bavin 



WM. B. READY & BRO., 

301 and 30J J atreet, hetweou! 10th and 11th, 
BAORAMENTO, 

Wagons and Carriages, 

AGB.ICULTUE.AL IMPLEMENTS. 
CELEBRATED 

Challenge Gang-Plow. 



10 CalifMII 



EQUITABLE* LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF 1STB-W -2-OKB:: 
i(. Tkt only Stock Company in Aagrica irAoae Charter provida that all tbopraDtalii 
be divided pro rntn. among the polio.: haldtri, 
Policies Iwuod at this AsioaT without ibo usual ^tlny of sending apjqrilcMioM lo Sew Yr.rk. 
Rcridonce in California, Oro b -oo, nod Nevada Territory, and transit to and Tre-m tho Stat 
iUh'-uiciifaohoreo. Dividenda applied lopjymentof Premiums or ndded lo policy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OF HABTFOKD, DOWN: 
Besidenco in . Cnliforoin Frco of eitrn cbnrgo. 
Tbi. Company declare. 60 f*r cent Dividend, aounullr, aod the Aaau.ed can If ho desires giro a X- 
""'nwk. ana P prmi>hl" r eoatalning foil dotal!, or Ike ay.tnm of Lift roaurauco, cao be had at tbe AffODOr. 

Tbe Cheapest and Best life Insurance Company in the World 1 
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFOBD, .aOISTN" : 

ASSETS, $1,200,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY H0LDEE3, 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YOBK: 

ASSETS, $2,000,000 1 

Lettei-s of Credit fox* $340,000. 

§50,000 California Stale Bonds deposited with Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Seonrit; Fire Insurance Co. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, Fork Fire Insurance Co. 

Arctic Fire Insurance Co. Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co, 



Board of References ; 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Esq. J. p. FLINT. E«q., 

HESUY CAKl.TUN JR., r Flint, Penbody A Oo. 

of 1Y. T. Coleman & Co. LOUIS McLANG, Esq., 
ANDREW B. FOUBES. Esq., u r Wollu Fargo ,t Co. 

of Forte 4 Biibcocfe. 0. B. POLHEMUS, Esq.. 
JOUN 3. REDINQTON. Esq., Q r Alsnn i Co. 

or lU'dington £ (Ju. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 
J. D. KITTLE. Esq., s an Francisco. 

of Dowitt, Kiltlo A: Co. 

vis-o 



Henry's Repeating Rifle. 



MILITARY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Bashes, Et 

Importer nod Maoofaoturtr of 

l":'i.tl.1A.ll,\!l!il:ll.-i. M.All.'J.MM.ri-.lHV KHDitOIDEUl 

Knbca, Caps, Seals, aod all Goods reqoirodby 
Gaolgilei, Mllltan and Clrlo Ptoeeasloni. 

t. iiiiinii:n-i jiiiiSJ'iS. 
Ko. 1 Now OJd-Follow's Hall, 



Wholesale Prices, 

■■l7 I.....I......I ,1,,,, ,„ ,:!„„.,. 

Petaloma Oaards. 



S- W. SHAW, 
Fortz-ait Painter. 

Number IS, ad t\ anr , M.Tqantllo Libre* h,,lMi 
Cemarot Buat *!!„,,„„«_„ ' ulmln 



PHOTOGRAPH 

AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON' 

First Premium Gallery 

No. mfl CLAY BTREET...SAN FRASCB*' 
OYER THE GROCERY STORE. 

ALT, STYLUS OP FA80Y OASES OR Li ^ a l?^t 
' praportlonatoly lo-r, and warranted tho M 'Vg 

PhotograpUs for 83 per D °*^ 

l..r : ... I;..: !i..-i ■:. .- 1. ■ ..'■■■ I-- 

a< I,.-. |i, „.,.„!■; f... il,n Br-( r.,|.v. "Hi h;';' 1 1 
Tiibsb Dull. .113 <,n1, ; oi.ru mi.lOJ, 0s» d °"" ™ 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 



I'niilA'itin. II JmIINbL'S " 



fi 



L 



THE CALIFOBNIA PABMEE. 



119 



]V otioe to JF* :i r hi era! 




WESTERN SEED-PLANTER, 



ACRES PER DAT. 
•It to «et out or order. 

VATOR abort, Illnatrnted, [l i>r ourel torvlmctlou. It.dm the Grain 
i bi bind, ilul ll ii eiilmiUd Id "Tbo Wen" to product enough mora 

t, San FraoclKo. For further particular! address, 

r>. & H. A. .WINTER, 

S20 MARKET STREBT. 



GROCERIES 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

For Cash Only. 




; v .ii..,-- 


t',™,i"r.vV,''di"v/'h'i* -^r^ 
























W.r In n™ 


BAN fHa:;i!1?i;i), 


Vr, 


>d«n Were, fob™, ate. IB 



Denn & Manrow's 
Combined Power 

'INS PRESS 





PEORIA STEEL -PLOWS, 

Uaut by TOm 



Boston Steel Clipper Flows, 

C-A-ST PLOWS 

SUB-SOIL, DEEP-TILLER, 

SIDE-HI.LL, 
SHOVEL, DOUBLE-MOULD, ETC, 



10,000 SOMG-S. 

Five Cents Each, 



HARROWS, 

H0RSE-HOE3, 
CULTIVATORS, 

CAHOON'S SEED-SOWERS, 
CIDER AND WINEPRESSES, 

BARLEY-MILLS, 
CANE-CRUSHERS, 

FLAX AND HEMP-DRESSERS, 
COTTON-GINS, 

CHURNS, 
CORN-S HELLERS, 

HAT-CUTTERS. 

fltoyea' Portable GrlNi-MIIlM, 

PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW-MILLS, 

Bolting Cloth, Mill-Btcnes, 

RUBBER AND HEMP PACKING, 

leather and Buboer Belting, 

Lealtier and Rubber Hose; 

Finning, Te nooning, Mortising, Sash, 

Tongning, and Grooving Mac < y 

Steam Engines 

3 loJO-horeaPun-er, 
Stationary, Portable, and Hoiiring Erglnsi, 

THRASHING AND RANCH SE. 

Hardware and Agricultural Goods 



TREADWELL & CO.,. 



J. & C SCHBEIBEB. 

DEALERS IN 

BEDS, BEDDINC, 

ETJH3STI TTJEB, 



totted BED-SPR1NGS, of escry si 
CURLED HAIR; 
MOSS; TOW; 



Ready-ma